Asked Questions

If there’s anything else you want to know, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

How Big is the Issue?

At current estimates, there are believed to be nine million stray cats and one-and-a-half million feral cats in the UK, that's a lot of cats in need.

What should I do if I Have Found/Lost a Cat?

We have all the advice you could need for returning a cat safely to their home or finding your lost cat. Check it out here.

How Can I Help Out?

There are loads of ways you can help us out, through adoption, donation, or volunteering.

What is the Difference Between a Stray and Feral Cat?

A stray cat is a cat that once lived with humans, but has either become lost or has been abandoned and therefore must fend for itself. A feral cat, on the other hand, was born in the wild and has had very little to no human interaction throughout its life.

Can You Offer Advice for Cat Care?

Yes! Check out our cat care page, or if you have any other questions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

What if I Have a Problem After I've Adopted?

We are always on hand to provide support, even after you've adopted a cat from us!

Are your cats FIV and FELV snap tested?

All of our cats areĀ FIV and FELV snap tested, as their health is extremely important to us.