Support us

There are a number of ways in which you can support us:

Visit our charity shop
The Horsham and district Cats Protection branch has its own charity shop in Roffey. Find out more here

Make a donation
Making a one-off or ongoing donation is a fantastic way to help support the branch. Find out how to make a donation here

Branch membership
Want to know the latest branch news, upcoming events, veterinary advice and more? For a nominal donation, we will send you an colour e-newsletter quarterly. Sign up for branch membership

Sponsor a cat
Did you know that you can change the life of a cat in need for as little as 19p a day? Sponsoring a cat is just one of the many ways you can help. Learn more about sponsoring a cat

Weekly lottery
Want to support Cats Protection Horsham and District and have the chance to win some amazing prizes? If so, the Cats Protection weekly lottery may be for you! Learn about the weekly lottery

Another way we raise funds is by selling new and second-hand items on eBay. We have a charity account registered with the PayPal Giving Fund which allows us to reclaim listing and final sale fees so 100% of the proceeds go to Cats Protection Horsham. Please contact us if you have any items you wish to donate, or alternatively you can sell items on your eBay account and donate a percentage of the final sale amount to us. Find out more about eBay


We also have an Amazon wish list, which makes it incredibly easy for you to gift our cats exactly what they need. Find out more about Amazon

If you're shopping online, did you know you can help us raise funds for free? Click on the link below for more information. Find out more about EasyFundraising

Foreign currency
We can now convert your unwanted foreign currency into much-needed funds for the branch. Help us raise funds for the kitty!

Gifts in wills

Consider leaving a bequest to Cats Protection Horsham and District in your will. Include us in your will

Pawsome Afternoon Tea

Indulge in some tasty treats to raise money for the thousands of unwanted cats and kittens across the country. Find out how here