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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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Christmas raffle prize draw winners 2014

20 December 2014

Thank you to everyone who supported us by selling and buying our raffle tickets. Below are the winners from our 2014 draw: PRIZE ITEM – WINNER’S NAME 1. Luxury Family Christmas Food & Drink Hamper – K Whittaker 2. Meal for Two Voucher, at Cave Castle Hotel & Country Club, South Cave – S Elvin 3. […]

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Injured cat rescued from euthanasia

11 December 2014

Caring for Cats is often the last hope for injured or sick cats that otherwise do not have a future. This two-year-old tabby & white puss, named Ice, is one such cat. He is an adorable and very friendly young cat, but after his foreleg was badly broken in a road accident his owners decided he should […]

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Gift Donation cards now available for £20

1 December 2014

Alternative gift that says you care Are you often stuck looking for that special present for the cat-lover in your family? A different way to say you care is our popular Gift Donation card for £20. Your gifted donation will make a big difference to all the cats in our care, which can number around 80 at […]

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Rescue story: Tomasina the tiny tabby kitten

30 October 2014

This is Tomasina’s story, a tiny tabby found lost and alone – a not so unusual case of a kitten in need, and this charity’s equally not-so-unusual response to ensure its safety. One cold winter’s Saturday, not so long ago, a gentleman was outside cleaning up the fallen leaves from his garden path with a […]

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Tails with happy endings – rehoming success stories told by you

30 September 2013

Every tail deserves a Happy Ending but the process of rescue only starts with our charity, the rest depends upon the love, commitment and understanding of the kind-hearted people who adopt our rescued cats and kittens. We regularly feature your stories in our quarterly newsletter which everyone who subscribes to our ‘Supporter Scheme‘ receives as part of […]

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Pets at Home Hull Junction present fundraising cheque

13 August 2013

Caring for Cats has been presented with a cheque for £537 following in-store fundraising by staff at Pets at Home (The Junction, Hull) during the company’s Spring Fundraising Drive. Store manager David Rear (left) presented the cheque to one of the fundraising volunteers. The charity also ran a stall and tombola to promote awareness of […]

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Rescue story: Feral cats in danger in Hull City Centre

15 July 2013

SEVEN stray cats, one very caring member of the public, two dedicated volunteers, Hull city centre. These are the key elements of our latest rescue story of homeless cats surviving as best they could in a city car park. A concerned lady rang us about a group of cats she had been feeding while at […]

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