The Heatons Cat Rescue Group
The Heatons Cat Rescue Group is a registered charity dedicated to caring for and rehoming cats. Formed in 1998, we continues to thrive thanks to the generosity of the public and the dedication and hard work of our volunteers.
Charity Number: 1072091
Yorkshire Cat Rescue
The charity’s aims are to relieve the suffering of cats who are in need of care and attention and, in particular, to provide or maintain rescue homes or other facilities for the reception and care of such unwanted animals and their treatment.
Charity Number: 1160138
New Start Cat Rescue
We are a non profit organisation; we believe every cat and kitten deserves a loving home. Although based in Huntley, Gloucestershire on the A40 between Gloucester and Ross on Wye, we cover a wide area in the West of England. This includes Gloucester, the Forest of Dean, Cheltenham, the Cotswolds, Tewkesbury, Ross on Wye, Stroud and Cirencester, reaching as far north as Ledbury and Malvern and a foster network as far south as Swindon.
Charity Number: 1191606
Stray Cat Rescue
Stray Cat Rescue was formed in December of 2002 with the aim of rehoming and caring for lost, stray and abandoned cats. We are a small group based in South Bedfordshire, UK and cover Luton, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard and surrounding areas. We have a policy to ensure that no cat in our care is put down except in extreme cases of illness or injury, with veterinary advice.
Charity Number: 1098984
Hector’s House Cat Rescue
We are a local cat rescue in Devon, UK working predominantly with stray cats who, through no fault of their own, cannot easily be housed. Because of this, most other charities cannot give these cats the help that they so desperately need. That’s where we come in.
Charity Number: 1192317
Stopford Cat Rescue
Stopford Cat Rescue is a volunteer only charity operating in the Stockport, Macclesfield and South Manchester areas of the UK. We find good homes for stray and unwanted cats fostering them as necessary and if space is available.
Charity Number: 1178415
Thames Valley Animal Welfare (TVAW)
We aim to rescue abandoned, stray and unwanted cats and kittens, to provide any veterinary care required and to find them permanent, loving new homes with responsible people. We neuter all age appropriate cats in our care, and promise never to euthanize any cat unless it is on the best advice of a veterinary surgeon.
Charity Number: 900616
Wisteria Cat Rescue
Wisteria Cat Rescue is a registered charity that is all about promoting and strengthening the feline-human bond and helping pair up unwanted cats with loving forever homes and humans. Our sustainability and success as a charity are entirely based on the goodwill of our donors, continuous interest of key supporters and the selfless dedication, hard work and passion of our team and fosterers.
Charity Number: 1191376
Lothian Cat Rescue
Lothian Cat Rescue is a NO-KILL shelter and registered charity which helps abandoned, ill-treated and unwanted cats & kittens.
Lothian Cat Rescue also aims to resolve the issues of feral cats by catching, neutering/spaying them before releasing them back to their previous location. Frequently, we are informed of feral cats in areas planned for building works and asked to relocate them.
Charity Number: 353357
The Sheffield Cats Shelter
We shelter our rescues in rooms, not cages, to let them adjust to living in a home-like environment where they are not only safe, but have the space and facilities to express normal cat behaviour. We provide all of our cats with lots of comfy beds, cat trees and scratch posts, toys, catnip, quality food and exceptional care. We aim to keep them as happy and fulfilled as possible until they find their forever home.
We also neuter, vaccinate, and microchip every cat that comes to us. This means that our cats are safe from unwanted pregnancies, and cat-lovers can adopt from us in confidence.
Charity Number: 1172162
Caring For Cats
Caring for Cats is an award-winning, independent cat rescue & rehoming charity working in the Hull, Beverley, York, Driffield and wider Yorkshire and Humber region. Based in Market Weighton, and still run entirely by unpaid volunteers, we are dedicated to the rescue, care, and rehoming of stray, feral, injured, abandoned, & mistreated cats and kittens. Our mission is to relieve the suffering of homeless and unwanted animals by providing appropriate veterinary care and shelter, neutering and responsibly rehoming them.
Charity Number: 1087921
Feline Care Cat Rescue
We offer all our cats a loving home with the hope of finding them their very own ‘forever’ home. At Feline Care our priority is cats and we love all cats. We want to help the cats who need us most and offer sanctuary to those who are truly unwanted by the world around them.
Charity Number: 1144830
Wellcat was founded in 1987 as a registered charity in the UK by Pauline Beasley with a mission of finding unwanted cats and kittens and providing them loving new homes. She has dedicated her life to the rescue, welfare, and rehabilitation of cats and kittens. 30 years later, her passion for providing welfare for animals is as strong as ever. At the peak of the season there are up to 150 cats and kittens at Wellcat, with hundreds rehomed every year. Some are not so fortunate and may be too ill, sometimes terminally, or too badly injured, stressed, and neglected to be rehomed. These cats stay with us for the rest of their natural lives.
Charity Number: 518860