What we do

We work within the Wolverhampton area, covering anywhere with a WV postcode. We work daily to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome stray and unwanted cats and kittens, as well as offering advice, information and education to the public on the welfare and proper care of cats and kittens. We also actively work to encourage the neutering of all cats and kittens. 

Our branch is run entirely by volunteers, and they are the people who make it all happen. We rely completely on their amazing efforts and goodwill to fundraise, to support us and to carry out our work, and we have a great team of friendly, helpful and efficient people who tell us how much they enjoy it!

However, we do have limited resources, and are hugely dependent on the monies we raise ourselves in various ways, including our charity shop at 7 Warstones Drive Penn, fundraising events and campaigns, donations, and bequests. We are always in need of new volunteers to help us manage and organise new and existing ways of raising money, as well as hands-on volunteers to help us with our day-to-day welfare and homing work. If you are able to help us, or if you'd like to find out more, please see our volunteering page to find out more about what you can do and what support we need.

We are a welfare and rehoming charity only; we have no authority to investigate cases of cruelty and have no legal powers to intervene to remove animals from their owners. If you suspect that someone is being cruel to an animal you should contact the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999 or click here to visit their website.