Support us

Ways you can help support Gwent Branch and the many cats and kittens in our care. Thank you for any help you are able to give.

Charity Shop

We opened a charity shop in Abergavenny in June 2013 and donations are always welcome. The shop is open 9-5 Monday - Saturday and Sundays 10-4 and is located near Tesco at 22 Frogmore Street, Abergavenny NP7 5AH

Please give them a call on 01873 857770 if you're planning to take large donations, as space is limited.


You can help Gwent Cats Protection to raise money whenever you shop online and it doesn't cost you a penny extra. Whe you shop the easyfundraising way with one of our 3,137 shops and sites, they give us a commission for your purchase. We turn that into a donation and give it to your good cause.
It's very simple - just visit       to register.

Here's how it works

1. Start at

Let's say you want to buy a pair of shoes from John Lewis. Instead of going to, you go to first - or you can use the easyfundraising toolbar.

2. Make a purchase

You click from the easyfundraising website through to John Lewis to make your purchase. The price of the shoes is exactly the same as if you'd visited John Lewis directly.

3.Get a donation

After you have bought your shoes, John Lewis will make a donation to our cause as a thank you for shopping with them. easyfundraising collect these donations for us and it costs nothing !

Amazon Wish List

We've set up a wish list on Amazon for toys, treats and feeders for the cats in our care. We operate on strict hygiene guidelines, so are continually needing new items to keep our cats & kittens motivated and active. Whilst you're shopping, take a browse at our wish list :


Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe as they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to our branch, so it's the most efficient way to donate, saving time and cutting costs for us.

On May 11th 2019, 4 of our intrepid volunteers will brave the largest Zipslide in Europe to celebrate Gwent Branch's 40th Birthday and to raise funds for our many cats and kittens in care. 
Please donate if you can.

Our current appeal on 21/1/19 is for lovely Skippy, found with an horrific injury and suffering major blood loss.  Please read her story in the link below ..

Hoppy Update:


***Operation successfully completed and our little girl is recovering well

Our current appeal 14/9/18 is to raise funds for Hoppy, a 6 week old kitten with an open leg fracture. 
Today our volunteers were called out to a location to save an injured kitten (approximately only 6 weeks old).When they got to the scene, they found this little girl with an extremely nasty open wound with broken bone protruding. Despite her pain and circumstance this little lady was still very much mobile and incredibly friendly and affectionate.
She has been rushed to our emergency veterinary centre and will need to have her leg amputated.

As a branch we are still in the throws of ‘kitten season’ which are already consuming are large portion of our funds and resources, along with the steady influx of older, stray and injured cats.

This appeal is to help raise funds for Hoppy’s operation and after care. Any monies raised which exceed this amount will be used to fund other cats and kittens under the care of Gwent Cats Protection branch.

If you can, please make a donation, if you are unable to donate, please share this appeal to help us reach our goal. Thank you.

We are currently inviting sponsors for a joint head shave at our Pawsome Afternoon Tea event on April 21st at Caerwent. Details below

Our recent appeal for little Leo who as had major surgery for a life threatening condition. He is recovering well so far. Thank you for all the help you gave towards the costs of his surgery.

In the past we've sent out an SOS to help pay for cats needing specialist operations. Two closed appeals were for

Taz -

Chai -

In addition, in August 2016 our shop in Abergavenny was flooded and we appealed for help. The shop suffered severe damage from the rooms above it and was closed for several weeks. As the shop is a major funding source, we struggled to meet the bills without it's income. On top of this, during July, we had extortionate vet bills to pay as a result of numerous litters of sick kittens & cats from multi cat households and abandoned litters.
We also had a major clean up to do at the shop and replacement of equipment once the repairs were completed.

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Thank you for your support, as without your help, we couldn't operate.