17th November
Woodlands Centre
Rustington, BN16 3HB
Doors open 10am to noon

Cat laying on woman

If you rent your home you want to feel settled and secure. If you’re a landlord, you want to know that your property is being well looked after.

That’s where cats come in. The purring heart of the home, a pet cat helps tenants feel happier and more likely to stay for longer, which is good news for landlords.

It’s common for tenancies to contain blanket ‘no pets’ policies but with more and more people now renting, this means landlords are missing out on a huge pool of responsible tenants who would treat properties as a valued home.

Whether you’re a tenant, a private landlord or a social housing provider, there’s plenty of reasons why cats make the perfect pets for rented homes.
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2019 CALENDAR now in stock

Featuring some of the lovely cats we have re-homed.
They are available to purchase from our shops and at our fund raising events. 

The Worthing & District branch are running a neutering campaign from 1st July to 31st December 2018
in the BN15 post code area. You can get your pet cat neutered for just £5.00

The guidelines for eligibility for neutering assistance apply to one or more of the following; receipt of certain means-tested benefits, low household income, full-time students living away from home, state-only pension and pension credit. 

 The campaign only covers pet cats and stray cats (where exhaustive efforts have been made to find an owner.) If you have a feral cat, they cannot be neutered using the campaign. 
Please call Worthing Cats Protection Neutering Helpline directly on 01903 200332 extn 6 and we will be able to advise you on the help we can offer. 

Please do not apply for assistance unless your cat / kitten is four months of age or older and at least two kilos in weight. 

 The campaign only covers the cost of the neutering operation and any extra costs will need to be covered by the owner



We continue to seek new volunteer cat fosterers both for indoor and outdoor fostering to further our important work.

 For indoor fostering, you need to have a spare room in your home to foster. For outdoor, you need a good size garden. The cat pens we provide are substantial and very comfortable - for cats that is! The pens are 13ft x 4ft, all costs related to establishing a pen and ongoing food and litter costs etc are met by us, your local branch. We are able to do this because of the ongoing generous support given by many of our members and supporters.

 You must own your own home or have written permission of your landlord to foster. You must be prepared to take your cat to and from the vet, so having your own transport will be desirable. And you must be prepared to allow potential new owners to visit your home/garden to view your foster cat.

 If you are interested in fostering or you know someone who might, or you require more information, please email Chris at  


We are seeking more volunteers to work in our busy Worthing shop. Do you have time to give a minimum of a regular half day each week? If so, or you’d like more information, please contact Suzanne, our Shop Manager, email or ring her on 01903 200332 extn 4. Thank you.