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Rehoming organisations are very careful about placing each animal in the right home, and will offer advice and support where necessary even after adoption.
If for whatever reason things don't work out (such as not getting on with another pet), the rescue will take the cat back into their care.
Cats from rescue centres will have been vet-checked and neutered prior to adoption, and de-flead, and de-wormed where necessary.
Children under 5 do not pay to travel on our services. If you are buying your ticket on the bus it is helpful to have the right money.
At busy times this may mean they need to sit on an adult's lap to permit fare-paying passengers to board. Depending on the time of day and the journey you are making the cost will vary for each service. If it's not there you will need to call customer services on 0344 800 44 11 (or from outside the UK 44 00 1582 584478) between the hours of 08 and they will resend it to you.