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cat homing page hounslow animal welfare societyHOUNSLOW ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY
Registered Charity no: 1065060
Areas covered: West and South West London, Hounslow, Brentford, Isleworth, Twickenham, Richmond, Ealing, Feltham, Hanworth, Ashford, Staines etc.
The society is concerned with all aspects of animal welfare, including the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of domestic pets: mainly cats, but also other animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, birds etc. They are a registered charity and rely on donations and volunteers to carry on with their work, and are always looking for more foster homes and willing helpers!.
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Postal Address: Hounslow Animal Welfare Society, Boundary House, Boston Road, London, W7 2QE.
To Adopt a Cat: See their adoption procedure and application form:
Tel: 020 8560 5443
Email: Please see the 'Contact Us' page on their website, linked below.

cat homing page cat action trust 1977 central and west londonCAT ACTION TRUST (1977) - CENTRAL & WEST LONDON
Registered Charity No. 801245
Please Note: This branch has no shelter facilities, and cannot accept any more cats or kittens. Homes are desperately needed - please only get in touch if you are offering a home.
Rehoming stray cats and kittens. The charity has a no-kill policy, and is run entirely by volunteers.
Volunteers Needed: If you can spare a few hours a week, and would like to help Cat Action Trust, Volunteer Drivers are always needed!
Postal Address: PO Box 1639, London, W8 7ZZ
Tel: 0208 993 7041

cat homing page cat and kitten rescue watfordCAT & KITTEN RESCUE
Registered Charity no: 1143780
Areas covered: Herts, Beds, Bucks and N.W. London
Taking in and caring for unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens and finding them kind and loving responsible homes. The rescue provides a rescue and rehoming service for cats and kittens, plus a trapping and neutering service for feral cats. They will also take in feral kittens under the age of 11 weeks, when it is possible to socialise and domesticate them. Also, they will help trap and spay/neuter individual feral cats and return them to their home environment, helping to reduce the future stray population.
Operating from bases in Borehamwood, Harpenden, Harrow, Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Northolt and Watford.
Volunteers Needed: Hours and work specification available to suit applicant. Cat fosterers are also needed.
Support Shop: 140, Manor Way, Borehamwood. WD6 1QX
Tel: 07843 118 426 (Tuesday to Saturday 12-18.00 Sunday 12-14.)

cat homing page celia hammondCELIA HAMMOND ANIMAL TRUST (CHAT) - Lewisham
Registered Charity 293787
The Celia Hammond Animal Trust run low cost neuter clinics for those on a low income, as well as an extensive rehabilitation and rehoming service for stray and unwanted animals in London and throughout the South East. They also run a sponsorship scheme for their un-homeable cats. See their web site for details.
Semi-Feral cats needing homes: The Trust are desperate to find homes for some of their semi-feral cats. At the last count they had over 200 semi feral cats currently in care, who need safe, understanding homes. Many will be fine in a rural or semi rural situation, such as farms, smallholdings or stables. Please call if you could offer a suitable home.
Neutering Assistance: Neutering assistance for Cats and Dogs is available at the centre.
Neuter Clinic & Rescue Centre - Lewisham: 233 / 235 Lewisham Way, London, SE4 1UY
Open Day Every Saturday 1pm – 5pm. At other times viewing the cats is by appointment only.
To Adopt a cat - Tel: 0208 694 6545
Neutering Enquiries - Tel: 020 8691 2100

cat homing page cats protection hendon finchley and mill hillCATS PROTECTION - HENDON, FINCHLEY & MILL HILL
Registered Charity no: 203644
As well as covering Hendon, Finchley and Mill Hill areas of north west London, the branch catchment area includes Edgware, Kingsbury, Colindale, Kenton, Harrow, Totteridge, Borehamwood, Golders Green and Friern Barnet.
Fosterers Needed: The branch homes many cats through volunteer 'foster home' - and they are always in need of more fosterers, for cats between homes - particuarly in kitten season - could that be you?
Postal Address: Hendon Finchley & Mill Hill CP, PO Box 690, Edgware, HA8 4JY
Please Note: This branch is currently running on limited resources, please be patient when making contact. If you have an urgent enquiry, please call the National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12
Tel: 020 89521350
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

cat homing page Cats Protection - Mitcham Homing CentreCATS PROTECTION - MITCHAM HOMING CENTRE
Registered Charity no: 203644
A homing centre focussing primarily on finding loving homes for cats in need. The cats receive the highest standards of health care and welfare while at the centre. All cats and kittens over 16 weeks old are neutered before rehoming. Those too young are rehomed with a neutering agreement (neutering can be done for free at a vet practice nominated by the rescue centre).
Neutering Assistance: A neutering voucher scheme is available at this branch.
Shelter Address: Units 3+4 Boundary Business Court, 92-94 Church Road, Mitcham, London, CR4 3TD.
Opening hours: Tues 12.00-20.00 (after 17.00 is by appointment only), Thurs to Sat 11.00-17.00, Sun 11.00-16.00, closed Mon and Weds.
Tel: 03000 120 285
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

cat homing page rspca middlesex north westRSPCA - MIDDLESEX NORTH WEST
Registered Charity no: 208331
Covering Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon (north of the A40), and Watford, Rickmansworth, St Albans and Radlett in South Hertfordshire. The branch does not have a permanent shelter, all cats are cared for at a series of volunteer foster homes until a permanent home can be found.
Fosterers Needed: New volunteer foster homes always needed!
Tel: 020 8966 9688
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

cat homing page rspca friern barnet adoption centreRSPCA - FRIERN BARNET ADOPTION CENTRE
Charity No: 219099
Covering London, rehoming cats and other animals, fundraising, raising awareness and providing pet care advice.
Center Address: RSPCA Friern Barnet Adoption Centre (Inside Pets at Home), Friern Bridge Retail Park, Friern Barnet, London, N11 3PW.
Tel: 0300 123 0594

cat homing page RSPCA - Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston & DistrictRSPCA - HILLINGDON, SLOUGH, WINDSOR, KINGSTON & DISTRICT
Registered charity no. 263515
Area covered: Hillingdon, Uxbridge, Slough, Windsor, Kingston, Ashford, New Malden.
Clinic & Rehoming Centre : Hillingdon Clinic, 16 Crescent Parade, Uxbridge Rd, Hillingdon, Middx, UB10 0LG. Offering low cost veterinary treatment for pets of those on low incomes, and also undertakes rehoming of animals.
Clinic times: Mon - Fri 9am - 1pm & 2pm - 5pm (Please phone for an appointment first: 01895 270926)
Rehoming times: Mondays 5pm - 7pm, and Wednesdays 4pm - 6pm
Rehoming Tel: 01895 833417
Clinic Enquiries: 01895 231 435
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

cat homing page guardian angels animal supportGUARDIAN ANGELS ANIMAL SUPPORT
Rehoming in Middlesex and West London
Based in Hounslow this rescue finds homes for homeless cats, dogs and rabbits; caring for them in foster homes in and around Hounslow, West London. They offer lifetime sanctuary to older overlooked animals and those too ill to be rehomed. All animals in their care will be neutered prior to adoption, where old enough. Young kittens will be adopted with a contract for the adopter to neuter as soon as the kitten is old enough. Home checks will be carried out for potential adopters.
Postal Address: PO Box 515, Hounslow, TW3 9LB.
Tel: 0844 745 2122

cat homing page Battersea at Old WindsorBATTERSEA AT OLD WINDSOR
Registered Charity no: 206394
The country annexe of Battersea Dogs & Cats home, covering Berkshire, West London, Surrey, Herts and Hampshire. Caring for up to 170 dogs and 80 cats at any one time. If you could offer an animal a permanent, loving home, why not go along for a visit.
Rehoming Centre: Priest Hill, Old Windsor, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2JN
Tel (direct cattery line - to adopt a cat): 01784 494460
Tel (general enquiries): 0843 509 4444
Email (to adopt an animal):
Email (to surrender an animal):
Website: (Old Windsor)

cat homing page Stokey Cats...and dogsSTOKEY CATS... AND DOGS
Covering North London. 'Stokey Cats... and dogs' is a Volunteer group ready to help when a pet is lost, found or needs re-homing. All cats in their care are neutered/spayed, micro-chipped, treated for fleas and worms prior to re-homing. Kittens are rehomed in pairs, after neutering. Those too young are rehomed with a neutering agreement for the new owners. Should there be any unforeseen problems in the future, cats will be taken back into care.
Tel: 07408 873811

cat homing page Lilly's Legacy Cat RescueLILLY'S LEGACY CAT RESCUE
Based in Stoke Newington, Hackney and run on a voluntary basis. Lillys Legacy helps stray and feral cat colonies, and seeks treatment for sick and injured cats. Following treatment and neutering / spaying, cats are either returned to their colony, or rehomed to a suitable forever home. Kittens born to rescued cats will be available for adoption from 12 weeks of age. Spaying / neutering & microchipping will be discussed in relation to each individual rescue. Home checks and adoption fees apply. Adoption enquiries are to be made via email or Facebook.
Lilly's Legacy Facebook Page

cat homing page Blue Cross Foster Scheme – Nescot CollegePAWS FOR LIFE & 9 LIVES CAT RESCUE
Based in S.W London but will cover other areas when possible.
A small, dedicated rescue group with many years experience of rescuing cats. They mainly specialise in harder to home cats such as FIV positive, elderly, disabled or cats that need medication. Although they are London based, if they can get there, they will. They specialise in the older cat but will try to rehome any age. Paws for Life and 9 Lives operate a non-destruction policy. Can you help give one of their beautiful cats the love they so deserve?
Foster homes needed: More foster homes for cats 'between homes' are needed.
Postal Address: Paws for Life & 9 Lives Cat Rescue, c/o 26 Russell House, London, SW1V 4EQ.
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 9am to 5pm • Sat: 10am to 1pm • Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Tel: 07986 135081

cat homing page London Cat RescueLONDON CAT RESCUE
Based in London N8 (Hornsey), rehoming cats in the City of London & North London. This is a small but dedicated group, caring for cats in foster homes until a new, permanent home can be found. The group always has a number of cats waiting for a home, please contact them if you could offer a permanent, loving home to a cat or cats.
Foster Homes needed: More foster homes are needed for cats 'between homes'. Could you foster? Please contact as below.
Tel: 0782 889 8319

Registered Charity no. 1077588
The Mayhew have been rescuing and caring for abandoned, abused and unwanted animals in London since 1886. Apart from adopting or fostering an animal in need, there are many other ways you can support The Mayhew, such as sponsoring an animal, leaving money in your will, applying for a Mayhew affiliate credit card, attending seasonal fundraising events, running the marathon or making a donation. The Mayhew operates a non-destruction policy.
Shelter Address: Trenmar Gardens, Kensal Green, Brent, London, NW10 6BJ. (Viewing times: 12:00 - 3:30 Tuesday to Friday and by Appointment Saturday to Monday)
Cat Adoption - Tel: 0208 962 8011 or Email:
General Enquiries - Tel: 0208 962 8009 or Email:

Registered Charity no: 206394
Battersea care for between 400 and 500 dogs and 100 - 150 cats at any one time. Prior to rehoming, every dog and cat is microchipped, neutered, and vaccinated. New owners receive one year's free Petsafe ID, plus behavioural and veterinary background, and have access to their Behavioural Hotline.
Lost & Found Register: Lost Dogs and Cats Line: 0901 477 8477 (calls charged at 60p per minute)
Volunteers Needed: In addition to around 200 permanent staff, they need about 150 volunteers to directly help the animals, either by walking dogs or 'socialising' both dogs and cats. Could you help?
Rehoming Centre: 4 Battersea Park Road, London, SW8 4AA
Tel: 0843 509 4444 or 020 7627 9218
Fax: 020 7622 6451
Email (to adopt a cat):
Email (general enquiries):

Registered Charity no: 211283
Animal rescue, rehoming and welfare RSPCA branch, covering Balham, Tooting, Colliers Wood, Mitcham and Wandsworth Common.
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 248489
Animal rescue, rehoming and welfare across Central London (north of the river) and Hertfordshire. The branch is run entirely by volunteers. All kittens and cats are vet checked, wormed, defleed, vaccinated and microchipped and neutered where old enough.
Tel: 0207 272 2264 or 07710 294 180
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 202398
Covering: Richmond, Kew, Ham, Petersham, Barnes, Sheen, Mortlake, Twickenham and Whitton. All adult cats are neutered and microchipped prior to rehoming.
Branch Tel: 07834 271 269
Web site:
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 208699
Covering Hertfordshire and North London.
Providing welfare assistance, advice and rehoming of strays and inspectorate derived cats from the area. There are limited fostering and boarding facilities at this branch. Home visits apply prior to adoption.
Neutering Assistance: Snip and Chip subsidised neutering assistance for those on benefits and low income.
Microchipping Assistance: Snip and Chip subsidised microchipping assistance for those on benefits / low income.
Lost & Found Register: Details of lost & found animals in the area can be found on the news page of their website.
Tel: 07872 902710
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Covering Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire & London.
A small Cat and Kitten rescue centre based in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. Helping to take in unwanted and abandoned kittens and cats in order to find forever homes. All cats and kittens receive worming and flea treatment, and those who are old enough are neutered prior to rehoming.
Items Wanted:
Donations of food and unwanted cat items are always welcome.
Volunteers Required: If you would like to help Cherry Tree Cat Rescue with their work, please contact them.
Tel: 07740346108
Cherry Tree Cat Rescue Facebook Page

Registered Charity no. 298348
Wood Green, The Animals Charity takes in and rehomes around 5,000 animals every year. Their original centre in North London rehomes cats, and offers a community focussed preventative clinic.
Centre Address: Wood Green - The Animals Charity, 601 Lordship Lane, Wood Green, London, N22 5LG.
Open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Tel: 0844 248 8181

Registered Charity no: 203644
Covering Westminster, West and East Central London, Tower Hamlets and Hackney.
A small group of volunteers whose principal aim is to rescue and rehome as many cats as possible. All cats neutered before rehoming. The group also takes part in education and community engagement work to help local pet owners.
Please Note: Contact for this branch is currently through head office, as follows:
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12 / National CP Email: / Website:

Registered Charity no: 203644
Rescuing and rehoming unwanted and abandoned domestic cats across the North London area. Dedicated to finding good homes for cats in need as well as supporting and encouraging the neutering of cats and improving people's understanding of cats and their care. If you are interested in adopting a cat just drop in and talk to their friendly staff.
Lost & Found Register: This branch holds details of lost or found cats in their area.
Rehoming Shelter: 135 Junction Road, Archway, London, N19 5PX. Open: Mon, Fri, Sat 11am-5pm. Wed 12pm-5pm (or 5pm-8pm by appointment only), Sunday 11am-4pm. Closed Tues & Thurs.
Tel: 020 7272 6048
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
Please Note: Contact for this branch is currently through head office, as follows:
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12 / National CP Email:

National Website:
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
Please Note: This branch is currently running on limited resources and is unable to take in any more cats. Please be patient when making contact. If you have an urgent enquiry, please call the National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12.
Rescuing and rehoming cats in Middlesex, mostly around the Heathrow Airport area.
General Tel: 01895 443637
Adoption Tel: 01895 442486 (evenings only) 
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Covering Central & East London.
A group of experienced cat rescuers and veterinary professionals, rescuing, neutering, fostering and rehoming unwanted, stray and feral cats & kittens. All adult cats are neutered before adoption (those too young are rehomed with neutering assurance from the new owners). The group also promotes cat welfare & responsible ownership by working together with with local authorities and other charities, and by taking part in education and community engagement work to help local pet owners, including the elderly. They have a non-euthanasia policy, and when funds allow, will also try to help stray & feral cats with welfare issues. Fosterers & Volunteers, donations and good homes for cats are always welcome.
Tel: 07786 380572 (Fri to Mon - Anytime. Tues to Thurs - After 5.30pm)

Registered Charity No: 1087273
Based on the South London / Surrey borders. Concentrating on responding to cats and other pets in need of immediate help, rather than on providing homes for those that are no longer wanted by their owners. For example, turning out at night to a litter of kittens found in a dangerous area or rescuing cats left behind in a house when an owner has died. They run a genuine 24hour emergency service and respond to anything from house fires involving pets through to RTA's where no owner is present. They have many cats in need of good loving homes all year round and are always in need of funds to expand the amount of cats they can help. Their centre also provides round the clock assistance for almost 4000 wildlife orphans and casualties every year.
Address: The Riverside Animal Centre, Beddington Park, Church Road, Wallington, SM6 7NN.
Tel: 0208 669 8877
Riverside Animal Centre Facebook Page

Registered Charity no: 1067498
Covering Croydon and the surrounding area.
Rescuing and re-homing abandoned cats, kittens, dogs and other small animals since 1974. All adult cats are neutered before re-homing. Homes are especially needed for older cats, who give so much love, in return for nothing more than regular meals and a comfy lap.
Foster Homes Wanted: Temporary cat foster homes always needed. If you can help, please email as below.
Registered Charity Address: 236 Pampisford Road, South Croydon, CR2 6DB

Based in Sutton.
Taking in pregnant cats, nursing cats with kittens, and all kittens including those who need hand-rearing. All cats and kittens that are old enough will be neutered before rehoming
Tel: 07958 117595

Based in Coulsden, Surrey
Ace Cat and Kitten Rescue is involved in the rescue and rehoming of cats and kittens in the Surrey and London areas. All kittens are neutered at 16 weeks and all adults will be neutered prior to homing; all their cats and kittens will be microchipped.
Fosterers Needed: Ace Cat & Kitten Rescue are looking for fosters, please contact them if you are interested in helping.
Tel: 07904 271845
Web site:

Registered Charity no: 1095004
Covering the Borough of Richmond, Surrey, Middlesex and SW London, including Twickenham,
Hampton, Teddington, Kingston, Isleworth and Barnes. ARC rescue, foster and re-home domestic cats, rabbits and guinea pigs, (other animals are assisted where possible.) A registered charity, ARC is a small, local organisation run by volunteers. Animals are fostered in caring, private homes until they are rehomed, and then great care is taken to ensure each animal goes to the right home for them. No healthy animal is ever destroyed.
An appeal for the Older Cat >> ARC is absolutely full of Middle-aged Mogs and 'Senior Kittizens' of both sexes - all would dearly love a home, and have years of life and love left in them - could you adopt an older cat? The rescue cannot take in any more cats or help any others until they can free up some space. So, if you could offer a home to a Middle-aged Mog - please call!!!
Foster Homes Needed
: If you might like to volunteer to be a short term cat fosterer, they would love to hear from you.
Postal Address: P.O.Box 46, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 1WG.
Tel - Cat Rehoming: 07944 232063
Tel - Cat Adoption: 07926 158163
Email: or

Registered Charity no: 1036940
Covering: Barnet, Haringey, Highbury & Tottenham
Based in North London this charity finds homes for homeless animals. They mainly deal with cats and rabbits but do help other unwanted animals. Most costs are covered by fund-raising, including revenue from their two shops. They have no shelter so cats are cared for by foster carers. Places can become limited so adoption is vital to help as many animals as possible.
Support Shop: 48 High Road, East Finchley, London N2 (Tel: 0208 444 6290)
Support Bookshop: 203 Blackstock Road, Highbury, London, N5 9LL (Tel: 0207 359 0294)
Volunteers needed: to assist the animal Fieldworkers, to help in the shop and to help provide transport.
Tel: 020 8883 6021 / 07533268649

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 web site for more details.
Lost & Found Register: Contact Welfare Officer as below.
Welfare Officer for Kent, London & Surrey - Tel: 020 8464 8857 (General calls not after 9pm please. Urgent calls anytime - within reason)
Web site:

Registered Charity no: 202275
In addition to rescuing and rehoming many animals, and running the clinic, RSPCA Sutton offer a low cost neutering and identichipping service.
Neutering Assistance: Available to those on government benefits or low income.
Low-cost Microchipping: Also available at this branch. Contact as below.
Cat Adoption Email:
General Enquiries Email:
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity No: 210637
Rehoming in postcode areas SW11 1 - 3, SW1A 0, SW15 1 - 6, SW18 1 - 5, SW19 1, SW19 4 - 8, SW20 0 and SW20 8 - 9. Cats are neutered prior to rehoming, or the cost of neutering is covered at specific vets in Chessington or Tooting. More details on how to to rehome an animal, support, donate or volunteer for RSPCA - Wimbledon & District can be found on their website linked below. Please Note: Enquiries regarding sick, injured or abused animals, should be made directly to the RSPCA national cruelty line (see below)..
Tel: 07944 308169
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Neutering Assistance: The Harmsworth also offers low cost neutering for those receiving state benefit.
Rehoming Centre and Animal Hospital: 22 Sonderburg Road, Holloway, London, N7 7QD
Centre Tel: 0300 123 0712
Opening hours: Mon - Fri, 9am - 3pm
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Rehoming Centre: Packhorse Lane Ridge, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 3LZ
Open: Daily 11am to 4.15pm, Closed Wednesday
Tel: 0870 442 7104
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Rehoming Centre: Burket Close, Norwood Road, Norwood Green, Southall, Middlesex
Open: Every day 11am to 4.30pm (Closed Wednesday)
Tel: 0300 123 0746
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Rescuing and rehabilitating stray and unwanted animals, providing veterinary treatment where required prior to rehoming.
Neutering Assistance: Low cost neutering of animals for those within their area receiving state benefits.
Rehoming Centre and Animal Hospital: 6 Clarendon Drive, Putney, London, SW15 1AA
Centre opening hours: Mon - Fri 9.00am - 4pm
Tel: 0300 123 0716
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 210943
Clinic Address
: Ealing & Hanwell Clinic, 48 Uxbridge Rd., London W7 (Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5pm)
Clinic Tel: 0300 123 0715
To Adopt a Cat - Tel: 07808 789 385
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 211851
Clinic Address: East Finchley Small Animal Clinic, Park Rd., Finchley (Mon & Thur 6.00pm - 7.30pm)
Tel: 0208 959 1540
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity No: 1143374
Based in SE1, the rescue has helped to rehome displaced persians and other cats for over 20 years in all parts of the UK. They cater predominantly for Persians, but also other pedigree cats, working alongside breeders to assist cats in need. All cats are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and vet checked before being homed, also all cats are fully groomed, de-wormed, de-flead and other treatments needed.
Tel: 0207 403 7907 / 07712 194 856

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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