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Many people have adopted cats and dogs from us – and you can read about their experiences here. Our guestbook also has messages of support and general comments.

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Aggregate Review : All Reviews 5 out of 5 , 14 votes , 60 reviews
18 July 2017    Livingston, Scotland   

We have had Bonnie now for just over a year and we love her sooooo much. Bonnie has spinal damage but it does not stop her. She is smart, cheeky and loving and she has come on in leaps and bounds, literally. I cannot praise CPH enough for everything they do to help these poor animals, they are utterly selfless people. The adoption process is simple so if you are thinking of adopting do not hesitate. CPH thank you for allowing us to adopt such a beautiful little soul.

19 February 2017    West Yorkshire   

We adopted Ravioli (now Conker) in October last year. We were understandably worried having never met him, especially as we already had a dog, but June knows their characters so well. We spoke to other adopters, decided to take the chance and so glad we did! He's amazing and has fitted into our family brilliantly. We have now also adoped a cat, Pasta (now Woody) who has fitted in just as well. Love our little Greek animals 💕

18 February 2017    Location teignmouth   

Comment *Adopted 3 in july, after a long drive to heathrow picked up our kitties and drove home. After a few days they were happy to approach us in their room and soon allowed to meet our other cats. We did have a gippy tummy to sort but apart from that they are the most loving friendly furries imaginable, we wouldn't be without their characters and love. Highly recommend adopting from June.

18 February 2017    EASTBOURNE   

We adopted a beautiful puppy from June they are very good natured dog and deserve good homes .June and her team are very supportive and answer any questions you have I will be getting another dog off them when I move

18 February 2017    London   

I had just had my cat put to sleep and was wanting to adopt another when I came across a little cat called Mystery. I liked the videos that were put up and the interaction with June as you can get a good idea of how the animals are with humans. Cyprus Pride House know their animals well and the description of them is very accurate . The whole process was very easy and was met by a lovely volunteer at Heathrow airport to help with the paperwork and animal handover. Mystery is such a lovely affectionate little cat and I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending adopting from them. I'm hoping to adopt a dog from them also . Thanks to June and everyone else thats involved with their tireless work with all the abandoned and mistreated animals . Isabel & Mystery x

18 February 2017    Glasgow   

Albie is a pure white long-haired cat who was found straying as a kitten in Cyprus. He wouldn't have lasted long if Cyprus Pride House hadn't rescued him as he is completely deaf, which would make him very vulnerable on the streets. We adopted him in April last year when he was about eight months old. He settled in quickly with our senior cat and was perfectly litter trained and very confident. Now, at 18 months old, he is still very kittenish in many ways, so entertaining and playful. He loves to be cuddled and to sleep next to us. I'm so glad I found the CPH website and June paired us with our gorgeous little boy.

17 December 2016    Halifax   

We adopted Twizzle three years ago from CPH and was the best thing we ever did. The adoption process so easy so much so that we are adopting again with Humbug and will continue adopting from June and Michael. They give up so much to give these animals a chance. Twizzle (now Banjo) settled in extremely well and he is just gorgeous and is loved to bits. When you actually witness the plight of these poor creatures in Cyprus you just feel that you have to help and the amount of love that you get in return is priceless. I feel that June has become a friend as will many others that have adopted from CPH and when you come to the site and see that innocent little face looking back at you, how can you resist. You just have to adopt. A big thank you June and Michael for all you do and making everything so easy with the adoption process.

26 June 2016    Yorkshire UK   

My experience with adopting from Cyprus Pride House was fantastic. Three years ago we saw a litter of adorable puppies born in the shelter and applied to adopt one as a companion for a pup we already had. We named him Paddy and June called him that while a check on my suitability was made by a friendly person. I had a pot on my arm and couldn't drive when the time came to collect him from Heathrow but a lovely lady delivered him. He settled well and is adored by all.

24 January 2016    Bedford   

After loosing Keith our big fluffy boy, who terrorised the neighbourhood I started googling cat rescues and stumbled on CPH.
I am so glad! June was brilliant at helping find a cat that would fit into our household with children and the whole process was so straightforward, taking less than 3 weeks.
When Eclair arrived she was so scared she hid for almost a week, giving us the odd dirty look. Within a month she has transformed into the best cat alive. The minute you sit down she's on your lap, she follows us everywhere and is simply the sweetest, most friendly little cat I've ever met. The family is all completely smitten with her, she's given us so much joy and we love her dearly. If you're thinking of rescuing a pet then speak to June and Michael, we're so glad we did.

23 January 2016    Harrow   

I am a great supporter of Cyprus Pride House, having adopted a little grey tabby kitten from them in July this year. Miracle (Miri) is now eight months old and is a wonderful addition to the family, even though she is a live wire! The process of adopting her was so easy with June and Michael’s help. There were four other kittens and cats on the same flight on their way to their forever homes thanks to Cyprus Pride House!

One day in May, whilst browsing through the Cyprus Pride House Facebook page, I came across a little grey and white bundle of fur. Miracle was the only kitten born to mum Sequin, who was rescued from the streets of Cyprus by CPH. Sequin also adopted another three little orphaned kittens and was an amazing mother to all of them.

I contacted June and started off the adoption process. It involved completing an adoption form, and then having a home check. After paying an adoption fee, we then waited until Miracle was four months old and ready to fly. All of the animals that are rehomed are vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, de-flead and given a pet passport.

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Debra Peltz    23 January 2016    Harrow   

I am a great supporter of Cyprus Pride House, having adopted a little grey tabby kitten from them in July this year. Miracle (Miri) is now eight months old and is a wonderful addition to the family, even though she is a live wire! The process of adopting her was so easy with June and Michael’s help. There were four other kittens and cats on the same flight on their way to their forever homes thanks to Cyprus Pride House!

One day in May, whilst browsing through the Cyprus Pride House Facebook page, I came across a little grey and white bundle of fur. Miracle was the only kitten born to mum Sequin, who was rescued from the streets of Cyprus by CPH. Sequin also adopted another three little orphaned kittens and was an amazing mother to all of them.

I contacted June and started off the adoption process. It involved completing an adoption form, and then having a home check. After paying an adoption fee, we then waited until Miracle was four months old and ready to fly. All of the animals that are rehomed are vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, de-flead and given a pet passport. Depending on the age of the animal they are also neutered.

On July 21, my husband and I drove to Heathrow to collect our new arrival, along with three other kittens and Sequin, who had also found forever homes in the UK.

We were so excited, like little children at Christmas time. We arrived at Heathrow at 8pm and went straight to the Arc. On arrival in the UK, all animals are given a health check. At 10pm, we were handed over five very large cat crates. The journey home was fun with five simultaneous cries in the back of the car! That night, we didn’t get any sleep as we stayed up playing and cuddling with all of the new furballs!

Miri is little sister to our other cat Harley. Harley is named as he has a purr like a motorbike, but Miri has a purr like a jet engine! Miri is a real live wire and although we’ve checked repeatedly, she doesn’t seem to have an off switch. She is so affectionate and has a big personality for such a small kitten. One of her favourite things is to climb anything and everything, you name it!

Cyprus Pride House has flown hundreds of cats and dogs to loving, forever homes in the UK and across Europe. The adoption process was very easy and we couldn’t imagine our lives without Miri and of course our Harley.