We no longer run appeals for cat care, so if you wish to support cats in foster homes running up vet bills, see our new SHOP products.
We now receive products from manufacturers as well as seeking out promotional bargains to pass on.
This enables us to not have to ask for funds, although donations are of course extremely welcome and much needed. Although we have listed no cats, we do have a few in homes that are not fit to move on, and your support helps.
CHANGES + OLDER / AWKWARD / SENSITIVE CASES ...
We are happy to rehome any pedigree cat breeds **except orientals** as we are just not equipped to find good homes for those.
Enquiries about adoption and rehoming are now dealt with by a volunteer. The adoption and rehoming request forms go to this individual so please only use them for their correct purposes; she cannot deal with general enquiries.
Most adoption and rehoming work for us will be taken on by the volunteer on a trial basis.
The owner of the rescue continues to take charge of special cases, mostly without public input; these days we are doing more difficult and sensitive cases, that come in or get notified and then any cats pass to new owners we know personally.
However, we do still invite normal, healthy pets that need new homes... we just don't seem to get many now!
We do have seven in foster homes that are under long term care for one reason or other, and we're waiting for news of 'standard' cats needing new homes, i.e. ones that can be put on the Adoption programme.
Established in 2000, Chapelhouse Persian Rescue is based in UK and conducts Persian cat rehoming across the country.
You can adopt no matter where you are based as long as willing to travel to the pet. If looking for a cat or cats to adopt, see the Adopt section.
Any cats looking for homes will be pasted to the website 'Shop' (sorry for the name, we can't alter it as the label comes within the software package!) and in the Adopt section.
If you have Persian cats you cannot keep, and need us to advertise a pet for you, please use the form in the Rehome section, and we will gladly help without making you feel bad.
Photo: The late Mungo, Chapelhouse mascot and devoted Parcel Inspector.