twenty for 2020 campaign

Working with hundreds of rescues across the UK and Ireland, throughout 2020 we will be identifying those cats who have been in rescue care for the longest time. By highlighting these deserving cats through nationwide publicity and social sharing we aim to reach their perfect person. Your Share, Tweet or Post could do it.

OVER 4 YEARS IN RESCUE

!! HOMED !!
Penny had been in the care of Animal Concern Cumbria, Egremont for over four years.

Thanks to her appearance on our campaign, pretty Penny has now found her top-dollar home and garden. Her past is a bit of a mystery as this copper coloured kitty came into the shelter as a young stray. Based on her size and weight, she had clearly struggled to survive. But with a little TLC, she was restored to mint condition.

After so much time spent in rescue care, it was thought that being deposited into a new home may have upset her balance, so Penny was initially placed on a trial period in her new home. Thankfully the permanent home she was banking on is now a reality, and to coin a phrase, hers is a real rags to riches story.

As part of Cat Chat's twentieth anniversary celebrations, all cats adopted from our campaign are homed with a parcel of goodies including HiLife Cat Food, a personalised cat collar from Kitty Collars and Feliway to help them adjust to their new life. All cats featured in the campaign are vet checked, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before adoption.

Our Twenty for 2020 campaign will run throughout the year and aims to help more cats like Penny to find a new home. You can help by supporting our campaign. All you need to do is simply share our pages and posts on your social media so a much wider audience will see and read the stories of these fabulous felines. Together we can find them their perfect person. 

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suzi perry“There are too many people in the world who are isolated, lonely and in need of companionship.

And there are too many cats looking for love, and a secure home.

Let's try and put the two together.”

Angela Rippon
television journalist and presenter