Sponsored Pen Cats

 
Kind-hearted supporters often ask how they can help us to care for more homeless cats and kittens in our care at the National Cat Adoption Centre.
 
So we came up with our Sponsor a Pen scheme to encourage supporters to see their money in action.

Every year, we provide hundreds of needy cats and kittens with a clean, comfortable and safe place to stay in the form of a warm and bright cat pen. 
 
Our Sponsor a Pen scheme allows us to care for cats in an environment built to meet their needs until a permanent new home can be found.

We provide warm bedding, attentive carers, regular meals, medical attention, entertainment and much, much more.

We could not do this without donations from our many wonderful supporters.  But there is always more to do, and more ways for our supporters to help.
 
We would love to hear from you about our helping the cats in our Sponsor a Pen scheme. Please contact: cpsponsor@cats.org.uk
 
These cats are waiting to be met in their cabins in Cat Walk and Cat Alley.
 
Tinker is such a lovely girl who really needs a home with a family to care for her.

Tinker has been left really damaged by her previous life. She is on a specially designed desensitisation programme to help with her anxieties.

She is doing well, but remains cautious of people.

In her previous home, Tinker was very controlled and forced to do things.
She wore a permanent harness and was restrained. It had been on so long that it had to be cut off her! 

This has left quite a mark on Tinkers behaviour and her associations with people. 

Touch makes her anxious, especially if its from above. We hope that, through her program, this will improve in time.

A very patient and tolerant adult only home is what four-year-old Tinker needs now.

Can you give her that second chance at a better life? Please get in touch.

 
Tiffy is a lovely 14-year-old tortoise shell in need of a home in which to live out her golden years.

Sadly, her owner died and Tiffy had to come into our care, in October. 

In fact, she was dumped outside a local cattery, which was not the treatment she deserved.

She currently spends a lot of time hiding, as she is feeling a little insecure in her environment. But she is responding well with regular visits from our desensitisation team members to help her feel better during her stay here.

All she really needs is a warm loving home where she can let her true personality shine through again.

Can you help Tiffy learn how to play again
? Please get in touch.