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Special Appeal: Poppet needs a loving home

Special Appeal: Poppet needs a loving home

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Gorgeous Ollie is Cat of the Month

Gorgeous Ollie is Cat of the Month

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Meet Donald, our new reception cat

Meet Donald, our new reception cat

Meet Donald, the new reception cat at the ...

Remember NCAC in your will

Remember NCAC in your will

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Volunteer as an Education Speaker

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Shop, save money and support CP!

Shop, save money and support CP!

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Get your cat neutered with our help!

Get your cat neutered with our help!

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SPECIAL APPEAL

Welcome to the National Cat Adoption Centre - the UK's largest cat rehoming centre.

When you rehome a cat or kitten from us, you can be assured that it will have been vet checked, neutered (if old enough), vaccinated, microchipped, de-fleaed and wormed. 

We can even help pick a cat that is best suited to you and your home. To find out more, click here.

Not everyone can home a cat but there are other ways to help. 

As well as financial support, we welcome donations of food, toys and bedding, and often need volunteers at the centre or one of our events. Find out more here

As well as meeting the cats, there is plenty to do at our centre in rural Sussex.

Visitors can follow the nature trail through our extensive grounds, relax in our Top Cat Cafe, which sells a range of freshly prepared food, or pick up a cat-related gift in our shop. 

We are open daily, 10am-4pm and we welcome visitors.

Our impressive facilities are available for conference hire and we often host cat-themed children's parties and welcome schools and community groups for tours of the centre.

On behalf of the cats and staff at the NCAC, thank you for your support.