Our main shelter in Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury, cares for cats and kittens of all ages and states of health by offering shelter in our maternity unit, kitten unit, main shelter and our charming Retirement Village.
In addition to caring for the cats in our shelter, Shropshire Cat Rescue believe that preventative measures are very important and offer neutering help to anyone that is struggling to meet the full costs. Neutering is essential in reducing the huge number of unwanted kittens born every year.
This help requires constant funding, and we rely on your help to carry out this work. You can currently donate through one of the following methods:
- Via Give as you Live donations
- Via Virgin Money Giving
- Via GiveACar
- Using our Amazon wishlist
- Via Pledjar
- Via Just Giving
Alternatively, you can help in one (or more!) of the following ways…
Donate to our shop
The majority of our income comes from the sale of goods in our shops – so if you have any good quality items such as – bric-a-brac, kitchen ware, jewellery, clothes, soft furnishings, shoes, toys, books, DVDs, CDs, Computer games and jigsaws are all gratefully received but PLEASE NO electrical, VCR, Vinyl, cassettes as these do not sell.
Donate food for our animals
As you can imagine we get through enormous quantities of cat food so if you can donate a tin or two it would be hugely appreciated! We have collection boxes at the Shrewsbury branches of Morrisons, Tesco and at Pets At Home in Shrewsbury and Telford.
Donate your time
Shropshire Cat Rescue is only able to run because of its volunteers. Find out more about volunteering.
Leave a legacy in your will
For Shropshire Cat Rescue to continue to grow and provide our exceptional care, we need your support. Please write us into your will and register it with your solicitor, that way you can rest assured that you are going to make a real difference to the lives of many cats.
Working alongside the Police, Councils and Social Services, Shropshire Cat Rescue offer immediate help to cats and small animals whose owners have been evicted from their homes or whose circumstances have often been violently compromised. To find out more about how leaving a legacy to Shropshire Cat rescue we recommend you read our Legacy Leaflet.