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    very friendly staff at the centre
    paperwork took a while though
    and also very helpful staff
    quite tucked away but staff gave us good directions
    I also gave feedback a few months later which the staff seemed pleased about
    I also contacted the centre for advise a few weeks later and thy were helpful and friendly

    Review by: cheekymums.com

    Adoption: 12th Nov 2016

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    We chose Millie from Northian which unfortunately closed - she was moved to Hertfordshire and she came home to us in October 2016. She is was and still is a bold kitten of 5.5 months old, has a crazy personality and is so loving. When we went to collect her, we spent some time getting to know her in the open pen. When she came home she settled in very quickly and we bought her all the same tunnels and toys she had at the re-homing centre. Having had two cats before I wondered how she would settle, but she is absolutely fine. She runs about, eats well, loves cuddles and is attached to each and every member of our family. She is a character and gives Millie kisses. Today she has gone into the vets to be spayed. She is a very special member of our family and as crazy as she can be, we would not be without her. The re-homing centre were fabulous with updates before we got her, and have asked for photos and an update since we got her. Rescue centres do such good work for animal - we thought long and hard about kitten v cat and with the dynamics of our family, Millie was the perfect fit. Thank you.

    Review by: Jane Percival

    Adoption: 29th Oct 2016

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    We rescued a cross breed who had been cared for by Blue Cross due to him having Parvo virus and being emaciated.He was nursed at their hospital in London before being put up for adoption. As he had been taken from his mother too early we received lots of advice on mouthing and nutrition -all of this reassured us that we could offer the best loving home possible. This puppy means the world to us and I am so grateful to Blue Cross for pulling him through. If we win the pet food we would like to donate it to Blue Cross Kimpton to thank them.
    We have since been back to the same centre and rehomed a rabbit as we know that we receive the best advice and service from Blue Cross.

    Review by: MrsP

    Adoption: 7th Jan 2017

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Blue Cross Hertfordshire Rehoming Centre

Accommodation for up to 50 dogs, 14 cats and six rabbits (or other small animals) at any one time. All looking for loving new homes. Opening hours Monday to Saturday: 10.00am–4.00pm except Wednesday: 10.00am–3.00pm Sunday and bank holidays: Closed (By appointment only on Sunday and bank holidays)

PostcodeSG4 8EU
Telephone0300 777 1490
Emailhertfordshire@bluecross.org.uk
Websitehttp://www.bluecross.org.uk/17...
SpeciesDogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals
Charitable StatusRegistered charity / ADCH member
Visitor OptionsVisitors welcome during opening hours