To see if you are eligible for help with the cost of Neutering your cat, please call 07880 256948. For all other enquiries please call 01692 535858.
Our cats are with fosterers in Dilham (5 pens), Hemsby (2 pens), Bacton (4 pens), Hethersett (2 pens) and North Walsham. Our preferred method of contact is by telephone.
The branch is run entirely by unpaid volunteers who are dedicated to making the lives of cats and kittens in our area better. Every penny we raise goes directly on the cats in our care, including the vets' bills and future events.
We rescue, rehabilitate and re-home cats and kittens, currently looked after by our fosterers in eighteen outside pens. In an emergency we can also foster kittens in the home of one of our volunteers in North Walsham. Before our cats and kittens are homed they have had a health check at our vets, are vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms, and micro-chipped and neutered (if old enough). We are committed to finding loving new homes for all our cats and kittens, however long it takes and we never put a healthy cat to sleep.
All enquiries for cats (either for taking in or offering a home) should be made direct to 01692 535858 or by using the “Contact Us” form. However, our preferred method of contact is by telephone. We do have an answer phone so please leave a message if Stephanie our Co-ordinator is not available to take your call. Our priority is to find loving new homes for our cats. We do charge an Adoption Fee and ours is £50.
The slideshow below shows a small selection of our current cats for homing - please go to Adopt a Cat for full details of more cats waiting for new loving homes or ring the number quoted above to talk to Stephanie about giving a cat a home. Although the website is updated regularly we may have other cats which would suit your needs that are not featured on there, so if you cannot see the “cat for you”, please give us a call.
Please remember to make a note of the name of the cat(s) you are interested in before calling Stephanie. If you can also note the initial next to the cat(s) name it will help speed up the adoption procedures.