What we do

North Sheffield Branch is run by volunteers and like most branches we do not have a rescue centre.

The principal aim of the branch is to bring in to our care any stray, unwanted, injured and neglected cats.They are looked after and, when possible, restored to good health, vaccinated, microchipped and if they are 4 months or older, neutered. They then go on to our rehoming list for adoption to suitable forever homes.

Our small and dedicated team of fosterers look after the cats in a designated cat room in their own homes or in specialist pens in their gardens.

Whilst the cats are with us we need to provide food, litter and veterinary care which is why our fundraising volunteers are so important. We are always looking for new volunteers to help us with fundraising and we will welcome your help no matter how much time you have available.

There are many feral cats in Sheffield and we do our best to trap, neuter and return to site as many as possible. Unfortunately, due to lack of volunteers, we are not able to do as much as we would like to.

We also promote neutering of all cats to reduce the number of unwanted kittens, many of which do not enjoy good homes. The neutering voucher scheme is available to be put towards the cost of neutering cats. Please see our neutering page for more information on this scheme.

We also provide information to the public about the care of cats and kittens.

Please use our contact page and get in touch if you think you could help in any way - we would be pleased to hear from you!