“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 250 cats and kittens, relocating approximately 60 ferals and neutering over 450 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 so keep an eye out for us details are on our events page, we are still Pets At Homes partnership charity so a huge thank you to all the team there and to Support Adoption who have over the last couple of years given us grants and pallets of food.
Along the way we have made some new friends and gained new helpers and hope to continue to do so.

We have all new pens which were up and running pretty much as soon as installed so we can help more cats, it was a very long time coming and hard work to fund but we are very proud of them and it was worth it.

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



There are estimated to be 2 .5 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.


😻😻Come on people…… let’s get sharing and find these two beautiful cats a home 😻😻

Today we have a special homing appeal for young Pippa, and her son Pedro……they needs tons of love, TLC, kindness and patience in bucketloads.
Could you possibly be their very extra special people?
Please, will someone just give her a chance?

We’ll let Pippa tell her story:

Hello everyone, my name is Pippa, and I’ve been at the rescue since last June. I have one remaining son, Pedro, with me and my dream is to find the most wonderful quiet home together, where we’ll be safe and happy for evermore.

I was rescued and brought to the rescue, with my 4 one day old babies back in June 2019. My other babies have all found homes now.
The problem is that I’m black and white, and many people overlook cats like myself because of this. My second problem is that I’m also extremely quiet and timid, and I’m a right grumpy chops when I get scared, or new things happen…….. so when people visit they never see my better side 😒. I’m definitely not a lapcat at the moment, and I don’t like being picked up, but with love and kindness, I think I might get the confidence to give these things a try one day. I like the outdoors, especially in sunny weather, so our new home definitely needs a safe outdoor space for us to become explorers and adventurers!! 😁

Poor Pedro, who’s about 7 months old now, has only ever known life in the rescue, and although everyone is very kind, it’s just not the same as having a home of our own.
We spent Christmas here ( Father Christmas did find us, but oh how lovely it would have been to have our own special people).
He’s just going to be so amazed to be able to have a lap to sit on and his own special people, and a lovely garden to sit in. I want him to be able to wander amongst the flowers πŸ’ and lie on the grass this year. 😻
I’m so proud of my boy……. despite spending all his young life in rescue he’s turned into a friendly young man, but how sad he’s only ever known this life. 😌

We both know that many of you reading this will have furry friends already, and therefore don’t have room for us, but perhaps if you can share my story, our special people will come forward very soon now. πŸ’–
Although we are desperate for some amazing humans to come and meet us, we’re still looking for a perfect home, and the lovely rescue people will want to come and check out our new pad, before we’ll be allowed to leave.

Please contact Mel on 07505 743963…..
Thank you so muchβ€¦β€¦πŸ’–.