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cat homing page RSPCA Bryn y Maen Animal CentreRSPCA - BRYN-Y-MAEN ANIMAL CENTRE
Registered Charity no: 219099
All of adult cats are neutered prior to rehoming. Kittens are issued with a voucher towards the cost of neutering once they are old enough. All adoptions will require a home check prior to the cat going home
Shelter Address: Bryn-y-Maen, Upper Colwyn Bay. LL28 5EJ
Tel: 0300 123 0745
Email: [email protected]
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

cat homing page Freshfields Animal Rescue CentreFRESHFIELDS ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE
Registered Charity Number 508579
Based in Caernarfon, affiliated to the Freshfields centre in Merseyside, this centre often has around 50 cats waiting for a new home. They are also a sanctuary for unwanted horses and ponies. All cats are neutered prior to rehoming.
Support shop: There is a small support shop at the sanctuary, which provides much needed funds.
Sanctuary Address: Bryn Melyn, Pant-y-Gog, Nasarath, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, North Wales.
Tel: 01286 880808
Email: [email protected]
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Holyhead Cat Rescue works to address humanely the problem of the increasing feral cat population. The rescue organises the neutering of feral cats, and where possible, the taming of feral kittens for re-homing, as well as homing some domesticated cats. Feral cats are sometimes available for homing to farms or stables.
Donations are always needed.
Helpers Needed!
If you ever felt you'd like to lend a helping hand to less fortunate cats, please consider becoming a volunteer helper. We are currently very short-handed, and would love to hear from anyone who could spare some time to help out.
Tel: 0796 964 7898
Email: [email protected]

Registered Charity no: 203644
In addition to finding caring homes for many cats and kittens, Wrexham CP also run a sponsorship scheme for their long-term cats. Covering postcode areas: LL11-LL28, CH1-CH8, SY10.
Lost & Found Register: This branch maintains a lost and found register for cats in their area.
Shelter Address: Alma House Cat Sanctuary, Madeira Hill, Wrexham, Clwyd, LL13 7HD.
Open 11am – 3pm Friday to Wednesday.
Cat Adoption - Tel: 01978 313574

Registered Charity no: 203644
Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of unwanted and abused cats and kittens.
Lost & Found Register: This branch maintains a lost and found register for cats in their area.
Feral / Farm Cats: The branch sometimes also has cats who would prefer a rural/farm type home.
Tel: 03456 472 185
Email: [email protected]
National CP Helpline: 03000 12 12 12

Registered Charity no: 223677
The Clwyd and Colwyn branch covers an area along the North Wales coast which is bounded by Llandrillo and Llanrwst in the west, Prestatyn in the east and Pentrefoelas, Cerrigydrudion and Ruthin in the south.
Assistance Needed: The branch are always grateful for donations of items suitable for resale in their shops, and welcome anyone who can volunteer in their spare time.
Tel: 01745 355798
Email: [email protected]
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 226126
Rehoming cats from their fostering centre near Aberdaron on the Lleyn Peninsular, North Wales. Good, loving homes always needed for the cats in their care. Cats are neutered prior to rehoming.
Neutering Assistance: The branch is able to offer subsidised neutering vouchers to people in West Gwynedd who are in receipt of state benefits.
Lost & Found Register: This branch's website displays details of lost and found cats in their area.
Rehoming Tel: 01758 750356
Email: [email protected]
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 232232
Aiming to promote responsible pet ownership through vaccination, neutering, microchipping and welfare assistance. All animals are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated (where appropriate) and flead and wormed before they are rehomed. This branch also operates an Animal Welfare clinic.
Neutering Assistance: Neutering and Pet Welfare vouchers are available for those in receipt of benefits.
Clinic Address: Gatehouse Vets, 2 Borras Park Road, Borras, Wrexham. Open Mondays & Thursdays 11.00-12.30pm.
Tel: 07772 246 778
Email: [email protected]
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 224340
Clinic: 6 Broad Street, Llandudno Junction Gwynedd, LL31 9HG. (Open Mon 10am - 12 noon & 4.30pm to 6.30pm, Weds 1pm - 3pm, Fri nooon-2pm & 3-5pm)
Tel: 01492 584061
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity no: 500776
Ynys Mon Animal Welfare Clinic: Anglesey Pet Centre, Cyttir Road, Holyhead, Gwynedd, LL65 2PU.
(Open 12pm-1pm Wed & Sat)
Rehoming Tel: 01407 720743
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (24 hours), or for advice visit: RSPCA Help & Advice

Registered Charity No: 515195
N.C. Animal Rescue care for in excess of 1000 animals each year and this number is ever growing. The Centre acts as a rehabilitation unit and a temporary home for mainly dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Shelter Sanctuary: Maes Gwyn Sanctuary, Glan-Yr-Afon Rd, Trelogan, Nr. Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 9BD
Open 11am - 4pm daily, closed Mondays
Tel: 01745 560546
Emaill: [email protected]

Reg charity no: 1002778
Rescue & re-homing of unwanted and abandoned animals, mainly cats and dogs, but also other pets when needed. All cats are neutered, vaccinated, flead and wormed prior to homing, and all prospective homes are vetted to ensure mutual suitability for both animal and environment.
Senior Kittizens: As well as permanent homes, their “Caring and Sharing” programme caters for elderly or sick animals which cannot be found permanent homes. These animals are placed in permanent foster homes, but the charity pays for all vets fees and special diets. Vital funds are raised through their two charity shops, and good quality items are always needed (collection can be arranged). Volunteers always needed for the shops.
Support Shop: 75 Rhyl Coast Rd, Rhyl, Clwyd, LL18 3PW - Tel: 01745 356261
Support Shop: 2a Meliden Rd, Prestatyn, Clwyd, LL19 9RT - Tel: 01745 851830
General Enquiries Tel: 01745 561889

Registered Charity no: 1048511
Rescuing, helping, rehabilitating and rehoming animals for over 35 years, the Capricorn Rescue covers Flintshire, Wrexham, Gwynedd, Chester, Ellesmere Port and the Wirral. They always have many cats in their care, looking for a new loving home. The group are also seeking homes for various horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters etc.
Shelter Address: Camfa Rheinallt, Padeswood, Nr Mold, Flintshire, CH7 4HZ.
Tel: 01244 547938

Registered Charity no: 1050431
Based in Mold, Flintshire
Areas covered: Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Powys, Wrexham.
The rescue centre has been helping find new homes for cats and kittens for over 40 years, and relies totally on donations from the public and funds generated from their monthly sales stall. You can help by offering a good home to a cat or cats, or by making a donation of money or goods.
Funds needed: Donations are urgently needed to ensure the future of the centre. Please call if you can help.
Tel: 01352 753938

Registered Charity no: 518901
Based in Denbighshire.
Tel: 01745 571032 or 01745 583617
Email: [email protected]

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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