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Keep up to date with what's happening at the adoption centre. If you have a news story that you would like to share with us please email on derby@cats.org.uk using 'News Story' in the title.

Take part in our Virtual Balloon Race

17 September 2021

Here at Derby Adoption Centre we are excited to announce we are running our first ever Virtual Balloon Race! This race has all the excitement and anticipation of any other balloon race, but has the added bonus of being environmentally friendly too! You can buy your balloon to enter our race and also follow the balloons to see who's leading the race by visiting https://www.balloonrace.com/DerbyAC The virtual balloon race will begin at midday on Monday 8th ...

Derby Adoption Centre Summer Appeal

19 July 2021

The last year has been difficult for us all and as the world starts to open up again were bracing ourselves for more tough times. Many routine veterinary treatments had to be put on hold during lockdown, this means we are about to become exceptionally busy as we continue to deal with the impact of lockdown.We will see cats who are ill having missed vaccinations. We will see litters of tiny, kittens whose young parents haven’t been neutered. Sadly, many ...

September Gala 08.09.19

29 August 2019

The countdown is on for our Annual September Gala there are only 10 sleeps left until it is upon us. On Sunday the 8th of September here at the Derby Adoption Centre we will have Fun and Games for all the family. Including our very own 'Mystic Mog' a once in a lifetime(just for fun) fortune telling cat(grown woman in cat ears). Food and drink will be available to purchase so no need for a packed Lunch. And if walking a LLama is more your thing then we are happy to be welcoming back LLama ...

Raising funds for poorly Sawley

28 November 2016

We are raising funds to pay for Sawley's operation. He is a 12 week old kitten who was found with a serious fracture to his thigh bone, he has had two pins put in to the bone to hold it together and is on 6 weeks of pen rest before the pins have to come out. While the vet was repairing his leg he also found that the muscle had broken down in his groin at the top of his other leg and that some of his internal organs had fallen through so he also had to have this...