By choosing one of our Sponsorship Packages, you are helping towards supporting all of the animals in our care; providing them with shelter, warmth, medical care and love. Our Sponsor Cats are permanent residents at our shelter in Bayston Hill, and assist the volunteers with their daily duties looking after the cats and kittens that need just that bit more support, forever homes, and/or a warm, safe place for expectant mothers.
You can view our Sponsorship Packages below. If you would like to sponsor any of these packages, you can download the Sponsorship Form below and send it to;
email@example.com, or write to; FAO Sponsorship Secretary, Shropshire Cat Rescue, Windy Ridge, Lyth Hill Road, Bayston Hill, SY3 0AU.
Sponsorship Form PDF
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Titch was born in 2000 and lives at the Shelter. She is blind but that doesn’t deter from her loving nature.
Mandy was admitted in to the Retirement Village in October 2014. She is a blue Chinchilla Persian with lots of character.
Annwyn came to live at the shelter in Spring 2017 as a very young mother to one kitten. She is a tortoiseshell who lives life to the full!
Pickle was originally admitted in to the shelter in 2014, rehomed and then re- admitted in 2016 at the age of 10. She is tabby and white and lives contently in our Retirement Village.
Just over two years old, Morris has been one of our roamers since December 2019. He’s a tabby and white white cat and son to Vera, another one of our roamers.
The Nursery was completed in 2011 and has 5 units and 2 incubators. It is always closely monitored by our dedicated volunteers as young kittens get in to trouble very quickly. Immediate veterinary attention is available to the mother and the kittens should they require it.
The Retirement Village was completed in June 2010 and was created using donations, sponsorship and the hard work from our volunteers. It compromises of 6 chalets that can home up to 4 cats each.
The Shelter was set up in Bayston Hill in 1998 and has grown steadily since. The shelter is home to 17 residents, 22 villagers and at full capacity holds around 122 individuals. It holds the main Shelter, a Hospital, Nursery, the Retirement Village and a space for the resident cats. It also includes an office, laundry room, feeding room, a shop and snack bar for visitors.