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cat homing page peterborough cat rescuePETERBOROUGH CAT RESCUE
Registered Charity no: 1153044
Covering Peterborough and surrounding area. Helping to rehome stray and unwanted cats and kittens which will have been vet checked, treated for fleas, wormed and neutered if old enough. Also, trapping and arranging for strays / ferals to be neutered or rehomed, if possible. Peterborough Cat Rescue are a self-financing group, and so ask for a donation when rehoming cats and kittens to help them carry out their work.
Volunteers Needed: They are looking for Volunteers to help with fund raising, and other cat lovers who can foster a cat between homes.
Tel: 07502 134006

cat homing page cambridge cats protectionCATS PROTECTION - CAMBRIDGE
Registered Charity no: 203644
Neutering Assistance: For neutering vouchers Tel: 07833 957626
Lost & Found Register: Email or Tel: 07889 976463
Volunteers Needed: Cambridge branch would love to hear from any cat lovers willing to volunteer as cat fosterers ~ all expenses are met by the branch. They also need more helpers in their shop please!
Support Shop: The Cat Flap, 172 Mill Rd, Cambridge, CB1 3LP. Tel: 01223 566997
Tel - General Enquiries: 01223 241371
Tel - Cat Adoption: 01223 528312
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

cat homing page Rushden Persian RescueRUSHDEN PERSIAN RESCUE
Registered Charity no: 1124730
Based in Rushden, Northants, rehoming across Northants, Warks, Leics, Cambs, Herts and Beds. Rescuing and re-homing Persian cats. All cats are vet checked, vaccinated, neutered and groomed before going to vetted homes. Please contact as below for details of cats needing new homes.
Tel: 01933 387658 or 07954 571814

cat homing page RSPCA - Block Fen Animal CentreRSPCA - BLOCK FEN ANIMAL CENTRE
Registered Charity no: 219099
Based in March in Cambridgeshire. All cats neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped before rehoming. If you would like to help Block Fen Animal Centre, or would like to adopt a rescue cat, please contact them using the details below. Home visits and adoption fees apply.
Shelter Address: Block Fen Drove, Wimblington, March. PE15 0FB. Open daily 11.00am to 3.30pm (closed Weds).
Tel: 0300 123 0726 (Option 4)
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

cat homing page Cats Protection - Downham Market Cat Adoption CentreCATS PROTECTION - DOWNHAM MARKET CAT ADOPTION CENTRE
Registered Charity no: 203644
Rescuing and rehoming cats and kittens in and around Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, South Lincs & Suffolk. All cats & kittens are homed neutered, microchipped, have had at least their first vaccination, are treated for fleas & worms and come with 4 weeks free pet insurance. If you are looking to adopt a new feline companion, you will be spoilt for choice!
Shelter Address: Downham Market Adoption Centre, Wards Chase, Stowbridge, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3NN. Opening Times: Open 6 days a week, 11am - 3pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Telephone: 01366 382311

cat homing page Blue Cross - Suffolk Rehoming Centre BLUE CROSS - SUFFOLK REHOMING CENTRE
Registered Charity No. England and Wales (224392) and Scotland (SCO40154)
Covering: Suffolk, Essex, parts of Cambridge, and parts of Norfolk.
Rehoming Centre Address:
Bourne Hill, Wherstead, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 8NQ.
Centre Opening Times: 11am - 4pm daily. Closed Weds.
Tel: 0300 777 1480
Rehoming Centre Web Page:
National Website:

Registered Charity no. 1089460
Covering Suffolk, Cambs, Norfolk.
Fostering stray or abandoned cats and kitten until suitable homes can be found. Newmarket Cats always neuter cats in their care, and can help towards the cost of neutering when rehoming kittens.
Website: Newmarket Cats   

Registered Charity no: 203644
The branch regularly has around 30 to 40 cats and kittens seeking a new home, which are cared for by six fosterers. If you are able to offer a kind, loving and permanent home to one (or more!) of their cats, drop them an email or give them a call.
Tel: 01353 699430
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
As well as caring for many cats and kittens waiting for a good home, Peterborough CP also run a sponsorship scheme for their permanent feline residents. So, if you cannot re-home a cat at present, sponsoring one can be just as rewarding, for you and for the cat!
Neutering Assistance: If you are on a low income Peterborough CP can help towards the cost of neutering.
General Enquiries Tel: 0345 371 2750
Email: Please see the 'Contact Us' page on their website, linked below.
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
Rural/Farm homes needed for outdoor cats: Ideal as 'mouse patrol'.
Neutering Assistance: Free & reduced cost neutering scheme available for those on benefits or low income.
Lost & Found Register: Email: with a picture and detailed description of your cat including where and when it was last seen.
Volunteers Needed: The branch would love to hear from cat lovers willing to help at events, or as cat fosterers. All fosterer's expenses met by the branch.
Support Shop: 10 Cross Keys Mall, Market Square, St. Neots, PE19 2AR (open Mon - Sat, 9.30am - 4.30pm)
Postal Address: St Neots and District CP, PO Box 176, St Neots, Cambs, PE19 2XF
Tel: 01480 476696
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 205155
Covering Peterborough, Stamford, Wisbech and surrounding areas. The branch takes in sick, injured and stray cats, cover their boarding and veterinary fees whilst in care, and then find them loving news homes. All cats offered for adoption by the branch are microchipped, neutered and vaccinated. If a kitten is too young to be neutered at the time of adoption, they will issue a voucher to cover this.
Quality Good Needed: Please help the branch by taking your clean, unwanted items along to our Support Shop (Lovell's Court, Whittlesey, Peterborough) to raise much needed funds.
Volunteers Needed: Volunteers are always needed to help raise money for the branch's animal welfare services.
Postal Address: RSPCA Peterborough & District Branch,3 Lovells Centre, Blunts Lane, Whittlesey, Peterborough. PE7 1AH.
Tel: 01733 222188
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 205098
Tel: 01638 508316
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 205294
Tel: 01354 653164
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered charity No. 1097808
Based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, helping cats in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and surrounding areas. The charity takes in stray, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens, rehoming them to loving new homes. All cats over six months of age are neutered. Many fundraising events are held throughout the year to raise funds for the upkeep of the cats and the ever increasing veterinary costs. Events such as bingos, tombolas, jumble sales, a local market stall and also a quarterly news letter with updates on the activites of the cats and fosterers all go a long way to help. The Cat Welfare Charity also holds additional events raising funds for the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary in Rome, which is visited each year. So, if you can help by attending one of their fundraisers, or wish to adopt a cat, please give them a call!
Neutering Assistance: A reduced price neutering scheme is available at participating vets in the Wisbech area. Please contact as below for more details.
Tel: 07918 869503

Covering Newmarket and the surrounding area.
A small cat rescue & rehoming organisation, finding good, caring homes for disadvantaged cats.
Volunteers Needed: Volunteers are desperately needed, either for hands-on work with cats, or for fundraising. For more information, please contact Cataholics via their website.
Lost & Found Register: There is a Lost & Found cats section on their website, linked below.
Contact: via the 'Contact Us' web-form on their site, linked below.

Covering Wisbech and surrounding area.
Rescue and Re-homing of abandoned, unwanted or injured cats and kittens. Cats at Croft House Cat Sanctuary are neutered, vaccinated and given any other vet treatment needed, before being rehomed to loving forever homes. All kittens re-homed must be neutered at 6 months of age. In the event of a re-homing not working out, the sanctuary will take the cat(s) back. Viewings are by appointment only.
Tel: 01945 464638
Croft House Cat Sanctuary Facebook Page

Based near St Neots.
This small rescue works to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome. They mainly have cats and small pets and wildlife. On occasion they may help with dogs or have some for rehoming. Cats are kept in foster homes and all cats and kittens will be neutered prior to rehoming if they are old enough; where kittens are too young the adopter must sign a contract to neuter.
Tel: 07852 336365 (please leave a message including a contact number)

Registered Charity no. 298348
Wood Green, The Animals Charity takes in and rehomes around 5,000 animals every year. All kittens and cats are neutered where possible before rehoming. The Godmanchester Charity headquarters in Cambridgeshire is one of the largest rehoming centres in Europe.
Centre Address: Wood Green - The Animals Charity, King’s Bush Farm, London Road, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 2NH.
Open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Tel: 0844 248 8181

Reg. Charity No: 1155405
Based in Whittlesey, Peterborough.
Merrylegs Charitable Trust has been rescuing and rehoming animals at their shelter for over 20 years. They provide veterinary treatment, food, water, shelter and love for all those animals that need it.
Tel: 01733 340021
Merrylegs Charitable Trust Facebook Page

Registered Charity No. England and Wales (224392) and Scotland (SCO40154)
Covering Cambridgeshire and parts of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire
Caring for and rehoming cats and smaller domestic animals such as rabbits or guinea pigs. The centre can house up to 200 cats at any one time, all of whom are looking for a loving new home. There is such a huge variety of cats, that there is bound to be just the feline you are looking for. Their procedures for 'match-making' pets to prospective owners is so successful, they have one of the lowest 'returns' rates of any animal rehoming charity in Britain.
Shelter Address: 20 Garlic Row, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambs, CB5 8HW.
Open: 10 - 4 (Mon - Fri), and 10 - 2 (Sat, Sun, Bank Hols.) Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day.
Tel : 0300 777 1470
Fax: 0300 777 1471
Rehoming Web Page: Blue Cross Cambridge Rehoming Centre
National Website:

Registered Charity no: 1072366
The SCCWT operates a rescue and re-homing service for unwanted adult siamese cats. Permanent, loving homes are often needed for adult cats. Please note, they do not have kittens for rehoming. They also operate a sponsorship scheme for un-homeable cats. See their website for more details.
Lost & Found Register: Contact the Welfare Officer as below.
To contact the welfare officer, Tel: 01277 622734

All cats and kittens are treated for internal and external parasites, vaccinated against cat flu and feline infectious enteritus. All cats from 6 months old are neutered, and adult cats that have been free ranging are bloodtested for Felv. All cats and kittens 12 weeks to 10 years leave the rescue with 4 weeks free Petplan insurance.
Shelter Address: Lucksbridge Farm, South Drove, Spalding Common, Lincs, PE11 3ED.
Tel: 01775 630323
Mobile Tel: 07771 991559

East Anglia
Based in Upwell, Norfolk, rescuing and rehoming in Norfolk and the Cambridgeshire borders. Helping domestic cats and kittens plus some feral cat rescues and sometimes also rabbits and guinea pigs. The rescue is always looking for loving permanent homes. All cats are neutered (and kittens if old enough) prior to homing, as well as being de-wormed and treated for fleas. This is a small but dedicated private rescue, and a minimum donation is required to help towards the cost of treatment and care.
Tel: 0771 60 70 516

Registered Charity no: 1124532
Based in Long Sutton, Lincolnshire.
Rescuing abandoned cats and kittens. Providing foster homes and then finding permanent homes. Helping people on limited incomes with vet fees, providing advice and assistance to the general public. Raising awareness of the need to neuter cats and kittens as well as the need for proper veterinary treatment.
Support Shop: 1 - 3 High Street, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, PE12 9DB
Tel: 01406 258221 / 01406 365485 or 07899 992973
PJ Cat Rescue Facebook Page

Registered Charity no: 293399
The National Charity helping elderly and terminally ill people to look after their pets. The Cinnamon Trust’s UK wide network of dedicated Volunteers offer support, enabling pets and owners to stay together. They provide dog walking, pet food shopping, feeding, cleaning, and will foster pets when owners need hospital or respite care.
Please Note: The Cinnamon Trust is not a rescue shelter and cannot take unwanted cats in, but if a pet becomes bereaved they will take on their full time, life-long care.
Cat Fosterers Urgently Needed: The Cinnamon Trust are looking for volunteers throughout the UK who are pet free themselves, and can offer short-term foster homes to cats whose owners are in hospital or respite care. Please contact them as below, if you can help.
Postal Address: 10 Market Square, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4HE.
Tel: 01736 757900 / Fax: 01736 757010
Email - General Enquiries:
Email - To Volunteer:

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