When a little cat was rescued from a North Devon tip by a council worker, we came to the rescue and found it a loving new home. Imagine how good you’d feel if you could help us with cat rescue in Devon…
when things don’t go right for kitty
For thousands of North Devon people, a cat provides years of pleasure and company. Occasionally, however, things go wrong: elderly carers die suddenly, circumstances change or, even in a nation renowned for its cat lovers, a harmless kitten is treated cruelly.
We’re here for emergency cat rescue
That’s why our little charity often has to rescue a cat, and why our Misty Unit is a busy cat (and rabbit) rescue centre. From Burmese and Siamese, to thin cats, fat cats, newborn kittens and old moggies, we’re here to help unloved, unwanted, sick or injured cats and kittens.
Nothing surprises us anymore
Hardly a day passes without a call to our animal ambulance or cat rescue centres requesting help: it could be a cat walled up in a building; mistreated; cast out to starve; or poisoned by engine antifreeze. Sadly, events like these are too common – as are cold-hearted decisions to get rid of an old cat and replace it with a new kitten. In local cat rescue, we see it all. Nothing surprises us.
Our cat rescue work needs your support
Our cat rescue work goes on, but as a small local charity we always need support. None of our cat rescue volunteers are paid. Everything they do for distressed felines is done out of love and kindness. That’s why we need your help.
Could you help us help the cats?
Could you give a few hours to look after cats at one of our cat rescue shelters? Or maybe you could adopt a rescue cat – we always have gorgeous kitties looking for good homes. If nothing else, perhaps you’ll donate to our work. Whatever you do will help.
For more details about cat rescue, to ask about homing a rescue cat, or to offer support, please contact us.