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cat homing page west norfolk rspca rehoming centreRSPCA - WEST NORFOLK REHOMING CENTRE
Registered Charity no: 206572
The West Norfolk RSPCA Rehoming Centre is an independent branch of the RSPCA based on the outskirts of Kings Lynn, rehoming dogs, cats and other small animals.
Shelter Address: West Norfolk RSPCA Rehoming Centre, Eau Brink Bank, Tilney All Saints, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 4SQ.
Tel: 01553 618889 (Monday to Saturday from 11am to 3pm)
Email: [email protected]
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

cat homing page catchums cat rescueCATCHUMS
Registered Charity no: 1159177
Covering Norwich and surrounding area.
Rescuing, fostering and finding good homes for unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens in Norwich and the surrounding area. All adult cats and kittens above 4 months are neutered before re-homing. Home & location checks are carried out prior to adoption. CatChums supports and encourages the neutering of cats, and works to improve people's understanding of cats and their care.
Telephone Contact Hours: 10am - 6pm, Monday to Sunday, as follows:
Adoption or Rehoming Enquiries - Tel: 01508 558708 or 01603 464769
Admin Enquiries - Tel: 07951 446858
Email: [email protected]

cat homing page RSPCA - Norwich & Mid-NorfolkRSPCA - NORWICH & MID-NORFOLK
Registered Charity no: 206629
All cats at Norwich & Mid-Norfolk RSPCA are vet checked, microchipped, neutered, fully vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms before rehoming. They also have 4 weeks free insurance.
Tel: 0303 040 1565 (Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm)
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

cat homing page Feline Care Cat RescueFELINE CARE CAT RESCUE
Registered Charity no: 1144830
Covering Norfolk and North Suffolk.
A purpose built Cat Rescue Centre set in three acres of rural tranquility, offering cats a loving home whilst finding them new forever homes. Feline Care Cat Rescue also carries out therapeutic work with feral and nervous cats. Every cat taken in at the shelter is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Home checks apply.
Centre Address: Feline Care Cat Rescue, Roudham Road, East Harling, Norwich, Norfolk, NR16 2QN
Tel: 01953 718529
Email: [email protected]

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
Email: [email protected]

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
Email: [email protected]
Rehoming Centre Web Page:
National Website:

cat homing page Spotty Dog Cat RescueSPOTTY DOG CAT RESCUE
Helping cats and kittens in need of care regardless of age and health issues, all of whom are vaccinated against cat flu / feline infectious enteritis, neutered if old enough and treated for fleas and worms. All cats and kittens are vet checked and any health issues are treated. They can remain at the shelter until homes are found.
Rehoming Centre: Lucksbridge Farm, South Drove, Spalding Common, Lincs, PE11 3ED
Tel: 07771 991559
Email: [email protected]

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.
Email: [email protected]
Website: Newmarket Cats   

F.A.I.T.H. is a progressive animal rescue centre, where animal welfare comes first. All dogs and cats are wormed, vaccinated, micro chipped and most leave with four weeks free pet insurance. They have a FULL neutering policy and home checks are also carried out.
Shelter Address: F.A.I.T.H. Animal Rescue, Stubb Road, Hickling, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 0BW. Open 10am - 3pm everyday - except Thursdays.
Tel: 01692 598 312
Email: [email protected]

Registered Charity no: 206296
Carrying out rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of animals in need. All animals are health checked, neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and given flea and worm treatments before being rehomed. Animals too young to be neutered are rehomed with a neutering voucher, to be done when old enough. Home checks are carried out by the branch, and they do not rehome to busy main roads.
Animal Welfare Clinic: For the treatment of pets owned by those in receipt of a means tested benefit: RSPCA Great Yarmouth Clinic, Tarworks Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1QR - Tel: 01493 858936. This clinic is open on Tuesdays & Fridays - 3pm to 4pm.
Neutering Assistance: Neutering vouchers for cats are available to owners on means tested benefits - Tel: 01493 858936.
Please Note: Viewing is by appointment only as all cats and dogs are housed / fostered elsewhere. Call 07867 972870 between 9am and 6pm (Thurs to Tues) to make an appointment.
Adoption Tel: 07867 972870
Clinic Tel: 01493 858936
Email: [email protected]
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 1015098
The trust rescues, cares for, neuters and rehomes many cats. They are always looking for loving new homes for their rescued felines, including some FIV positive cats (who will need to be 'indoor' cats). The trust is always grateful for donations of goods suitable for resale, and will be pleased to receive them at their support shop in Dereham, or at the farm. They are also very happy to hear from anyone wishing to volunteer their help, there is always plenty to do!
Low-cost Microchipping: Low-cost microchipping service available, ring 01362 850352 for an appointment.
Support Shop: Norwich Street, Dereham open Monday - Saturday 9.30am and 4.30pm).
Rehoming Centre: Thuxton Road, Mattishall, Norfolk, NR20 3LB (open daily except Sundays, 10am - 2pm)
Tel: 01362 850352

Registered Charity No. 295518
The happiness and health of their rescue animals, is crucial to Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust. They aim to find a loving family home for life, for each and every animal in their care, and they never destroy a healthy animal.
Support Shop: 2 Broad Row, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Shelter Address: Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust, Fremantle Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 4AT.
Cat Adoption Tel: 01493 844631
Dog Adoption Tel: 01502 740787 or 07803 745541 (9.00am to 6.00pm. Tuesday to Sunday)
Email: [email protected]

A small, local charity, based in Beeston Regis, near Sheringham.
Taking in and caring for unwanted and stray cats, ensuring they are neutered, and hopefully finding them good, caring homes. They depend on the generosity of local people for the considerable costs of running South Hollow; a lovely peaceful place where hurt and abused cats can recover in quiet, caring conditions. If you'd like a feline friend, but cannot offer a home, why not pop along to the sanctuary and choose a cat to befriend and sponsor?
Volunteers Needed: If you have some time available to help in the catteries both mornings and / or afternoons, please contact North Norfolk Cats Lifeline Trust using the details below.
Shelter Address: 'South Hollow', Sheringwood, Beeston Regis, Near Sheringham, Norfolk. NR26 8TS
Tel: 01263 822560

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 here, there is bound to be just the feline you are looking for. Their procedures for 'match-making' pets to prospective owners it so successful, that they have one of the lowest 'returns' rate of any animal rehoming charity in Britain.
Rehoming Centre: 20 Garlic Row, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambs, CB5 8HW
Open: 10 - 4 (Mon - Fri), and 10 - 2 (Sats, Suns, Bank Hols.) Closed Xmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day.
Tel : 0300 777 1470
Fax: 0300 777 1471
Email: [email protected]
Rehoming web page: Blue Cross Cambridge Rehoming Centre
National Website:

Registered Charity no: 203644
Shelter Address:
Hoe Road Farm, Hoe Road, Longham, Dereham, Norfolk, NR19 2RP. Open weekdays from 11am to 3pm and weekends 10am - 3pm.
Tel: 01362 687919
Email: [email protected]
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
North Walsham & District branch rescue and rehome many, many cats over the course of a year. Take a look at their website to see cats they currently have for rehoming. Their website also gives lots of helpful advice on cat care, and common feline health concerns. Also, if you would like to support the branch, check out their site to find out about current fundraising events.
Tel: 01692 535858
Email: via the contact form on their website, linked below.
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
Breckland Branch has been helping rescue and rehome cats since October 2002 through their small but dedicated band of fosterers. They cover four postcode areas, IP24, IP26, IP27 & IP28, which includes Thetford, Brandon, Mildenhall, Hockwold, Feltwell etc.
Tel: 01842 810018
Email: Please see the 'Contact Us' page on their website, linked below.
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
Rescuing stray and unwanted cats and kittens - rehabilitating and re-homing them where possible in the Norwich area. 
Neutering Assistance: Vouchers are available for people on benefits £26 for females £20 for males.
Lost & Found Register: A lost and found service is also provided at the Norwich & District branch.
Postal Address: Norwich and District Cats Protection, PO Box 3420, Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 7LD.
Tel: 0345 494 1900
Email: [email protected]
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 203644
Helping stray and unwanted cats and kittens in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Beccles, Bungay and surrounding areas.
Neutering Assistance: Help towards the cost of neutering is available if you are on a means-tested benefit.
Lost & Found Register: There is a Lost & Found cats section on their website, linked below.
Tel: 0345 371 4202
Email: Please see the 'Contact Us' page on their website, linked below.
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 1157756
Based in Norwich, rescuing cats throughout Norfolk and the UK.
Please Note: This rescue is currently unable to take further cats in. Please only contact if you are offering a home.
Feline Network rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes unwanted, abused and stray cats and kittens. All are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms, and seen by a vet prior to rehoming. They also trap, neuter, health-check and find safe environments for ferals. Good, loving homes always needed!
Volunteers Required: Feline Network would love to hear from anyone available to join their team.
Tel: 01803 392550 or 07948 624512
Email: [email protected]

Covering Norwich and the surrounding area.
A small group run by a team of volunteers, rescuing and helping to find homes for unwanted or abandoned cats and kittens. All cats rescued by, or signed over to Taverham Kitty Rescue are Neutered and Vaccinated.
Lost & Found Register: Taverham Kitty Rescue maintains a list of Lost & Found Cats in their area.
Tel: 07597 351 325
Email: [email protected]

Registered charity No. 1097808
Based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, they help 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 them as below for more details.
Tel: 07918 869503
Email: [email protected]

Registered Charity no. 297973
Rescuing and rehoming in South Norfolk and North Suffolk.
Country Cat Shelter are always looking for kind, loving homes for cats and kittens. No healthy cat is ever put to sleep, and the shelter can sometimes help people with their vets fees when funds allow. If you think you can offer one or more or their cats or kittens a permanent, loving home please give them a call. Donations are always gratefully received, or if you would like to volunteer your help with fundraising or can offer any other assistance, they would love to hear from you.
Tel: 01502 574562
Email: [email protected]

East Anglia
Based in Upwell, Norfolk, rescuing and rehoming in Norfolk and the Cambs borders. Helping domestic cats and kittens plus some feral cat rescue, and sometimes also rabbits and guienea 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
Email: [email protected]

PACT (People for Animal Care Trust) ANIMAL SANCTUARY
Registered Charity no: 1045251 • Covering Norfolk and North Suffolk.
The sanctuary rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes all kinds of animals including wildlife. PACT is the largest all-animal sanctuary in Norfolk. Good homes are especially needed for elderly animals.
Rehoming Centre: River Farm, Woodrising, Near Hingam, Norfolk, NR9 4PJ
If you would like to visit, please telephone in advance.
Tel: 01362 820775
Email: via the Contact Us form on their 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 lost and found register, and a sponsorship scheme for un-homeable cats. See their web site for more details.
Lost & Found Register: Contact the Welfare officer for Norfolk as below.
Welfare Officer for Norfolk - Tel: 01473 830894 (Not after 9pm please)
Email: [email protected]

Based in Downham Market.
A small animal sanctuary based in Denver.
Tel: 01366 388456
Brambles Animal Sanctuary 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 protected]
Email - To Volunteer: [email protected]

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