Thank you for considering giving a rescue cat a new home. Our cats have so much to offer and we appreciate you giving them a second or third chance to enjoy a happy life!
Our Branch is run by a small team of dedicated, unpaid volunteers who work hard in their spare time to care for and find homes for unwanted cats and kittens throughout the Swindon area and beyond! Being a small branch, our cats are not based at a central location to visit - instead, all cats/kittens within our care are placed in foster homes pending a suitable home being found. The Branch is essentially self-sufficient, depending on donations and funds raised locally to care for the cats we rescue.
If you would like to give a cat a home, look at our Adopt a Cat web page and please contact us.
If you would like any more information about how you can help and get involved with Swindon Cats Protection, please call 01793 644536 or email: email@example.com. To contact us by post: Swindon Cats Protection, PO Box 1054, Swindon SN3 6QE
Buy your shopping and help us at the same time
- Registering with easyfundraising.org.uk helps us to raise money when you shop online. It works in a similar way to many other loyalty shopping sites, but instead of earning points when you shop, you raise a donation for us. You can shop with over 2,000 well known stores and each will donate up to 15% of what you spend. For example, John Lewis will donate 1%, Amazon 2.5%, The Body Shop 6%, some insurance retailers will even donate up to £30 simply for taking out a policy with them! There is a helpful internet browser add-on called 'Find and Remind' that you can install so that you never miss a chance to donate to the branch when shopping online. To create an easyfundraising.org.uk account and set it up to make donations to the branch sign on here.
And don't forget, we are on Facebook - Swindon Cats Protection - and you can follow us there.
Have you lost or found a cat?
Have a look at our advice on the Lost and Found page. Also consider these two local Facebook groups to advertise the cat: