Support us

We would like to thank you for your support of the Forth Valley Adoption Centre.
 
Volunteers:

Please pop in to the centre and find out more about volunteering at Forth Valley Adoption Centre. There are many different ways in which you can help. Our Volunteer Team Leader is Roslyn Mackay and you can contact her by email  ForthValley.VTL@cats.org.uk

Donations:

If you would like to donate cat food then there are food bins located at B&M in Alloa (next to Morrison's) and also at our charity shop at 20-24 Kirk Wynd, Falkirk. Shop opening hours are Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. And, of course, you can donate cat food, treats etc when you visit our Adoption Centre at Fishcross. We are open to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12.30-3.30pm.

PLEASE NOTE: The charity shop at the front of the adoption centre at Fishcross is now closed. However, we will accept donations of clothing, books, bric-a-brac etc during opening hours. All donated goods will go to our charity shop in Falkirk and proceeds from the sale will come back to Fishcross.
 
Please note we are unable to accept electrical items for health and safety reasons.

Guardian scheme- 
What will happen to my cat after I am gone” is a common concern of many cat owners today. By signing up to our Guardian Scheme we can prioritise your cat on our waiting list, helping to bring them into our care should it be needed, as fast as possible. 

 

Play the cats protection lottery- 
The cats protection lottery costs just £1 a week, and you will have 200 chances to win a weekly prize draw of between £50 and £1000! There is also a quarterly super draw raffle you will automatically be entered into- with a jackpot of £10000! 

 

The cat Magazine
"The cat" is the official publication for Cats Protection, and subscription is just £15 a year. Each issue is packed with a variety of feline news, views and features. All subscriptions to the magazine help care for, rehome and neuter cats in the UK- while also helping to inform the public on feline issues.