Index of UK Animal Sanctuaries and Rescue Centres
2 Esgors Cottages,
01992 560 510
One of the busiest cat re-homing centres in the South of England. 950 cats & kittens homed in 2007. Donations include micro-chip, neuter, vaccination & 6 weeks free insurance. Open 7 days a week throughout the year. Available cats on website, updated daily!
Shelter for stray and unwanted cats and dogs set up by the well known walker Alfred Wainwright with money from the royalties from his books.
0845 619 9111 or 0845 619 9555
The Charity Shop,
27, Main Street,
Tel: 01324-713171 01324-482365
Reg. Charity No.. Stray and feral cats only
3 Newhaven Drive
Cats In Crisis is a new charity group, based in Lincoln. We are all local people, our sole aim being to aid the needy cats of Lincoln in any way we can. We are a small concern and as such do not have limitless resources, but we do what we can, whenever we can. We make no profit and all money raised goes straight towards improving the life of a cat or kitten. Every cat or kitten we take into our care is treated for fleas/mites and wormed. We also microchip all our cats prior to re-homing. Any necessary veterinary treatment is also given. We neuter all cats over 6 months of age before re-homing. We are also able to offer advice if you need it in order to ensure your cat gets the very best care you can give them. Another service we provide is to keep an up to date lost and found register covering the Lincoln area
Cats Protections Downham Market Adoption Centre is one of the biggest in East England. We have around 60 cats available at any one time, looking for new homes. We suggest a donation of £40.00+ per cat, but they are all neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped & treated for fleas & worms. They also come with 4 weeks FREE pet insurance & a lifetime of FREE advice.
we re-home unwanted abandoned cats/kittens and take in and care for stray injured or abused cats/kittens we also tame and re-home feral kittens as pets HOME-CHECKS & DONATIONS apply as it goes towards VETERINARY & CARE COSTS please contact us either by phone or email if you have any enquires from re-homing to adopting or reporting a stray or injured cat/kittens
Web site is lovely with some wonderful links and verses.
01892 783367 Head Office
We run two low cost neuter vaccination and treatment centres attached to our London Centres for people unable to afford private veterinary fees .
Chapelhouse Persian &
Pedigree Cat Rescue
The Butler's House,
Email Contact Only Please – All emails answered
Cornwall Persian Rescue
Persian cats and other long-haired cats
Cornwall Siamese Cat Rescue
Siamese cats and part Siamese cats
Feline Foster Cat and Animal Welfare Association
Tel: 01424-432687 Shop Tel: 01424-718650
Added via Destitute Animal Centre site. No other info yet.
PO Box 293
07876 212 518
Helping the stray and feral cats of Leeds live a healthier, happier life. Feral Cat Welfare cares about the abandoned and stray cats living outdoors and struggling to find food and shelter wherever they can. Our aim is to tackle the problem at source by encouraging cat owners to have their cats neutered so preventing kittens from being born outside, which then grow up to be nervous or semi-wild (feral) and consequently unwanted. We raise funds to buy food and cat kennels, and when possible, foster kittens/cats until homes can be found. We are currently recruiting volunteers to join this new group.
Bain Cottage, Quoyloo, Sandwick, Orkney
Friends of Orkney Ferals is run entirely by volunteers who give their time for free. All money from memberships and donations is used 100% for the benefit of feral cats and kittens here in Orkney. Firstly we never "put down" any healthy cats/kittens. Our policy is simple: all cats are treated with kindness, be they feral or domestic. You will be visited by one of our fully trained trapping teams, who will use only approved trap cages. We never leave cats/kittens in the traps for more than a few minutes after being trapped. They are transferred to small cages and covered with a blanket to keep them calm. We never leave traps set and unattended, especially overnight. Your cats will then be transported to the veterinary surgery and neutered, flea and worm treated. Cats are returned the same day. Kittens under 4 months can sometimes be taken and socialised by members of the group, space permitting.
PO Box 623
0845 371 2747
Rescue and rehome cats in the 'old' Gwent area of South Wales. We are run purely by volunteers and need to raise most of our funds ourselves. We can also help with the neutering of feral cats.
Lower Pierce Close
Mrs S Atkinson
A rehoming centre for unwanted and stray cats and kittens. We cover West Yorkshire, Eastern Lancashire and parts of North Yorkshire
Humane Education Society
Newgate, Wilmslow, Cheshire
We are predominately a rehoming centre for cats and other small animals (excluding dogs), but we also have ponies, donkeys and other species living on site! We are also a permanent sanctuary for numerous cats!
Tremont, Claremont Rd, Kingsdown, Deal, Kent
We resue and rehome unwanted, abused and abandoned cats and kittens in the South East, mainly Kent
Rescue and rehome cats, equine, farm animals, birds, soft furries and rodents. Visitor centre open from 10am - 4pm every day (except Christmas Day). Free of charge
Flat 2, 17 Park Rd
Operating nearly 50 years. Rescue and foster cats/dogs. Homes always wanted for cats. Based in Midlands.
01273 83 11 25
Dedicated to rescuing and rehoming lost and abandoned cats in the Mid-Sussex area. Please note telephone contacts: Rescue Centre Manager 07511 696074 (weekdays 9am-6pm) Rehoming enquiries: Jackie 01444 241538 (evenings) Thank you
P.O. BOX 61738
London area rescue and rehoming organisation for cats, priority given to elderly cats and those with health problems or disabilities. No kill policy while cat has quality of life.
3 Ocean Crescent,
PPR helps by primarily taking in indoor cats in crisis for homing /rehoming to forever homes. Also supports exowners with loss. Homechecks and contracts involved.
1 Travis Place
+44 (0)114 272 4441
CAT RESCUE AND ADOPTION CENTRE
Sheffield Cats Shelter
A small cats shelter who rehome cats and kittens. They never put down a healthy cat or kitten.
South of England Tel 0181 464 8857 - Mrs.Bridget Oakley Tel 01277 622734 - Mrs. Jean Murchison Tel 01273 411496 - Mrs. Jenny Jones
St. Anne's Cat Rescue Centre
STARescue is a registered charity working in the Basingstoke and surrounding areas to rehome animals, ranging from cats and dogs to ferrets, rabbits, birds and any other small animal in need of our care.
27 Lower High Street
General Public Number: 0844 884 8520 To adopt a cat from us: 0844 884 8514 If you have a cat that needs re-homing: 0844 884 8516 To apply for a reduced-cost neutering voucher: 0844 884 8518 To report a lost or found cat: 0844 884 8519 We cover postcode areas DY1 - DY13. If you live outside this area, please ring the Cats Protection National Helpline on 08702 099 099 or click here for details of other local branches. Helplines Our helplines are run by volunteers in their spare time; please leave a message if you get through to an answerphone and your call will be returned as soon as possible. Shop If you would like to donate things to sell in our shop, we are always looking for good quality items. Please ring us on 01384 422208 if you have anything to donate or if you can spare a couple of hours a week to help in the shop.
70 Bank Street
Rescuing and rehabilitation of cats and kittens in the central scotland area. We specialise in hand rearing of infant kittens and provide rehoming service and advice line for new owners.
P O Box 121
TVAW rescues and rehomes cats and kittens. It works mainly in Reading, Henley on Thames, Maidenhead and surrounding areas. It also operates a lost and found register and a low cost neutering scheme for cats. It is operated by volunteers and depends on donations to fund its work
Donna Nook Road,
The Cats Protection League
Cheshunt & Waltham Cross Branch
Tel: 01992 631179
The Cats Protection League
National Helpline: 01403-221927 Fax: 01403-218414
Cats Nationwide - contact Helpline for your local branch
406a Manchester Road,
Rehoming centre for cats and kittens.
High View Farm,
Cat rescue & rehoming charity serving Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, Hoddesdon, Harlow, N & E London & near areas. No kill policy.
We rescue and re-home unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens in and around the Derbyshire area's. All cats & kittens are raised in a clean home environment. We also have a forum to offer help and advice on all kinds of pets.
Venture Farm Aims: To rescue, care for and rehome cats from the Norfolk Area. Neuter all and rehome 85 per cent of the cats who come into the farm. Maintain those that cannot be re-homed in a clean and comfortable environment for the duration of their lives. We view cats with FIV as a priority and we want to increase public awareness and understanding of this condition with a view to increasing the re-homing percentage of these animals.
West Cornwall Cat Rescue