Support us

There are many ways you can get involved and support our branch.

Home a cat
The more cats that get re-homed, the more cats we can help! If you are interested in adopting a cat from us, click here to find out more. Alternatively, call our rehoming line on: 0191 236 8398

Foster a cat
Almost anyone can foster a cat for us. All you need is a spare room and a caring personality. All equipment is provided by us and it wont cost you a penny!
To find out more click here or contact us for more information on 07754 891099

Our branch solely relies on hard working and dedicated volunteers. If you could spare a few hours at a fundraising event or would like to become part of our small team as a fosterer
, homechecker or trapper please contact us on 07754 891099. We are also looking for people to help out at our charity shop on Wallsend high street. If you could spare a few, regular hours please contact the shop on: 0191 262 7377

After some feedback from our supporters, We have decided to set up an Amazon Wishlist for items that we regularly use or would love to have for the cats and kittens in our care. Any items purchased will be sent directly to our branch. You can find our wishlist here:


Our shop is always looking for good quality items to sell. Please feel free to drop them off at the shop on Wallsend high street. Whilst your there, please take the time to browse around. All funds raised go to the cats!

We would also greatly appreciate any donations of food, toys, bedding or equipment for the cats.
These can also 
be left with the shop who can then distribute it to our fosters.

We are always extremely greatful for any financial donations, large or small, that you can spare. Our branch is solely ran by volunteers so 100% of the donations we receive go straight to the cats! Funds are utilised in many areas such our trap-neuter-return scheme, vet bills, our neutering fund and general cat care costs such as food, litter and toys.

JustGiving Page

Due to Covid-19, our fundrasing events and charity shop has not been able to raise money for our branch. Despite this, we do still have cats and kittens in our care that require the usual vet visits, food and litter. We understand it is very uncertain times for a lot of people so we please urge our supporters to only donate if they can. We are, as always, very grateful for your support.
To donate securely, please click on the link: 
The Lockdown Litter 
Meet Baby, who
 came into our care a week before lockdown. The day after her arrival, she gave birth to 5 beautiful kittens. Unfortunately Baby decided to stop feeding her kittens a little earlier than usual, which resulted in them needing a bit of extra support and overnight vet stays. 

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