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Stray Cat Rescue
Rescuing, Rehabilitating and Rehoming Stray and Abandoned Cats
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About Stray Cat Rescue
Stray cats have a very difficult life. They have to survive hunger, harsh weather, pregnancy, disease and injury.
Abandoned cats have their whole world turned upside down when they go from a loving home to a shelter. Our aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome these cats.
Our shelter has grown gradually through donated funds and volunteers feed, clean and care for the cats.
Our biggest expense is vet bills, as many cats will need urgent treatment and most need to be neutered/spayed before rehoming.
We have regular open days but visits are by appointment, and all new homes for cats are inspected before approval.
We are delighted and honoured to have Simon Tofield as our Patron. Simon is the author of the best selling Simon's Cat and has millions of fans on Youtube. He has won a number of awards. Most recently in August 2012. Simon's Cat was given the award for UK's Favourite Celebrity Cat at the Cats' Protection National Cat Awards. Two of Simon's 4 cats came from Stray Cat Rescue.
Stray Cat Rescue was formed in December of 2002 with the aim of rehoming and caring for lost, stray and abandoned cats at our shelter.
based in South Bedfordshire, UK and cover Luton, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard and surrounding areas.
The group was formed by people who had been involved with other animal charity work. Members have a wealth of experience built up over many years dealing with a wide variety of animals. All the members are volunteers and the we rely on the fundraising skills of our hard working fundraising team as well as donations.
We can accept Paypal payments, but we're new to ebay and prefer cheques if possible.
Items will be sent waterproofed and packed in bubble wrap. They will be sent by registered mail unless you ask us to do something different
Our website and all contact details plus events diary can be found at http://www.straycatrescue.co.uk/default.html