“Rescue a cat, save not one but 2…the one you took home and the one that can take it’s place off the street. They will love you unconditionally, they will make your worst day better and they will fill your home with love.”
Please rehome a cat from a rescue there are so many that deserve a second chance.

We have already had yet another busy year but very productive, rehoming over 125 cats and kittens, relocating approximately 60 ferals and neutering over 170 cats thanks to all that have given time, donations and homes we are eternally grateful.
We have already started on our fundraising and will be holding events big and small over the year and also we have become Pets At Homes new partnership charity so a huge thank you to all the team there.
Along the way we have made some new friends and gained new helpers and hope to continue to do so.

We are embarking on new projects and having new pens built so we can help more cats, we are also having a refurbishment of the old cattery which is exciting and scary at the same time and unfortunately means we are unable to take in any cats until finished.

Mel our leading lady would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supports us in whatever way you can xx

 

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brianweb

There are estimated to be 2 million stray cats and kittens on our streets but the true number maybe even higher. Often we hear some of the cruel and ill-informed advice being given to people seeking help with feral cat situations. They are often told ‘Don’t feed them and they’ll go away’. They may well move along the road until they find someone who will feed them, but what if they are repeatedly turned away, what then? The domestic cat whether tame or feral has learnt to be reliant on humans either deliberately feeding them or being able to scavenge their leftovers. Withholding food could easily result in extreme suffering and also the deaths of kittens belonging to malnourished mothers.