Our shelter in Brussels is equipped to accommodate 120 cats on average. We have two catteries, one for cats found and placed for observation, and the other for adoptable and healthy cats. Two nurseries complete our reception structure for cats: one, separate, for kittens, the other for sick or injured cats, and which require sustained veterinary care.
After presenting yourself at reception, you can go visit the cats in the cattery. Take the time you need to get to know them, approach them, and be accepted. They are all very nice, and are between 6 months old for the youngest, and 12 years old for the oldest.
– If it is a found cat, it is placed under observation, a period which can extend for several weeks. Owners have 15 days within which they can collect their animal from the shelter. This deadline is provided for by law.
– If it is a cat seized by the police, it is not adoptable until further notice.
– If it is a donated cat that is in good health, it can be adopted immediately.
To adopt a cat from us, we ask you for a financial contribution of around €78 for a male and €123 for a female.
Spaying is more expensive than castration, which explains the difference. These prices therefore include castration/sterilization, microchip and basic vaccines. They can vary according to various criteria, such as the age of the animal, its vaccination status and the related veterinary costs.