Dedicated to the rescue, care & rehoming of stray, feral, abandoned, mistreated & unwanted cats & kittens


Update on our special-needs sponsor cat Jelly

8 January 2016

This is an update of one of our longterm foster cats Jelly, as told by his foster family. It shows why your kind sponsorships are so important in helping cats like him. “If you have watched the Caring for Cat’s appeal video on Jelly then you will know the basics. But Jelly came into the charity when […]

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Nominate us for a Charity Team of the Year Award 2016

2 January 2016

Animal Charity Awards recognise the fantastic work that goes on in charities and rescue centres across the UK. In 2012 and 2013 Caring for Cats was extremely proud to be a winner and then a finalist thanks to the dozens of nominations we received from supporters. In 2016 we think our continued inspirational cat welfare and rescue work should make us winners again. If you too are inspired by our outstanding dedication to cat welfare and think we deserve to win, click on the links below and complete the nomination forms on each site…

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Home fosterers needed for cats & kittens

1 January 2016

The charity is appealing for more volunteer foster carers in the Pocklington-York & West Hull villages areas. Help is needed to alleviate some of the strain of the numerous cats and kittens it receives calls for. Fosterers are people who look after cats or kittens in their home on a short-term basis until they are […]

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Christmas raffle prize draw winners 2015

21 December 2015

Our charity Xmas raffle was another success, helping us raise much-needed funds for all our rescue cats & kittens, thank you to everyone who supported us… PRIZE/ITEM Ticket No. Name 1st Luxury Christmas Food Hamper 02124 Amanda Broadly 2nd Luxury Drinks Hamper 01361 W Moverley 3rd John Lewis Vouchers £60 01481 Teddybear Sainty 4th Family […]

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Notice: Homing Centre opening times

20 December 2015

Unfortunately, due to a shortage of volunteers, our Homing Centre is currently subject to short opening hours / day closures, mostly Tues-Fri. If you are planning a visit please ring the day before to verify times. Still closed Mondays. Thank you for your understanding…

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Fundraising at Pets at Home Hull Junction & Anlaby

11 December 2015

Fundraising this weekend at Pets At Home Hull Junction, taking our latest handmade Xmas Catnip mice, kindly donated by new super-knitter Hazel… there’s limited stock of these cute cat toys with Santa hats, we’ll be there from around 10am Saturday through Sunday… hope to see everyone there!

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Keep cats indoors when dark outside

25 October 2015

With darker evenings and firework season closing in fast, here’s a reminder to always keep your cat indoors once it’s dark. This is when most cats are hit by cars, injured in fights, poisoned or stolen. Don’t risk yours!

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FREE Neutering at Swanbridge vets – October only!

1 October 2015

The charity FREE neutering scheme is back this October 2015 for one month only. Once again Swanbridge Veterinary Group are kindly running the scheme at cost, providing free neutering of cats and kittens old enough (~1kg) – male and female – for appointments in October (1st-30th, Mon-Fri). Local charities Caring for Cats, Cats Protection and […]

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Sponsored walk raises over £1000

6 September 2015

HUGE THANK YOU to our supporters, volunteers and the two Border Collies who walked the 14 miles from Beverley to our Market Weighton homing centre yesterday to raise vital funds for the charity. Also a very special thank you to Harpers of Wetwang Fish & Chips who raised/donated £200 & supported our walkers with t-shirts […]

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Injured stray tom rescued from roadside

5 August 2015

Phantom is our latest rescue hero – a ten-year-old large black & white tom found badly injured at the roadside by a passer-by. The flesh on the right-hand side of his face, neck and shoulder was badly grazed, probably after collision with or being dragged by a vehicle, according to our vet. The large wounds have taken over […]

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