We rescue homeless and unwanted cats and kittens from the local area, and care for them until they are adopted. It is owned and run by Tony Hunter.
We have numerous cats up for adoption and looking for forever homes. Due to a cat crisis in the UK, we are often completely full with cats needing new homes. The number of un-neutered homeless cats living on the streets is constantly increasing. Some people are abandoning their cats due to financial difficulties, and cat rescues are struggling to cope with the demand. The more cats we can rehome, the more cats we can rescue from the streets.
Darley Avenue, Shard End, Birmingham, B34 6JD
‘Bash’ went missing 4 June 2016.
Ginger with white on nose, chest, and paws.
Over 10 years old
Can be a bit shy with people.
Bash has start of kidney failure, and is in foster home for the time he has left. In this hot weather, he needs lots of water else he could collapse due to his kidney problems.
Bash belongs to our rescue centre. He escaped from a new foster home just two days after going there. We are devastated he has gone missing, and are desperate to find him. If you live around Darley Avenue, please leave fresh water outside for Bash.
The Greenway, Marston Green, Solihull, B37 7DW
Neutered recently – will be shaven on her side.
Molly was adopted recently from our rescue centre. She is a very timid cat. Unfortunately, she escaped the next day through a window that was not properly secured on 15 November 2015. Molly was neutered not long ago, so she will be shaved on her one side.
Hazelhurst Road, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, B36 0BJ
‘Winter’ went missing either 9 or 16 February 2016
She was previously called ‘Elena’ as she was adopted from us.
Tortie and white
7 months old
Elena is very scared of strangers.
Unfortunately, her new owner has not gave us any details about when or how she went missing.
We are desperate to find Elena, as she will not know how to survive outside on her own.
If you see Elena, please contact outselves immediately.
Have you adopted a cat from us? If so, then Royal Canin would like to hear the story of your cat. If your cat wins this competition, your cat will become Royal Canins Rescue Cat of the Year 2016. You will win a selection of Royal Canin cat gifts, and our rescue centre will win a months supply of food to feed the rescued cats here. They will require a description and photo of your rescued cat. Closing date 1 July 2016. To enter this competition, click the image above or the link below:-
BAN THE SALE OF FIREWORKS TO THE PUBLIC AND HAVE ONLY ORGANISED FIREWORK DISPLAYS = ANIMALS FIRST.
Cats killed on roads.
Make it illegal to run over a cat and not stop to report it.
Dangerous flea treatments.
Protect against permethrin poisoining campaign.
Harsher prosecutions for animal abuse.
Scottish Government killing feral cats.
Microchip all cats.
Make it a legal requirement to microchip all cats. This would help so many rescue centres to reunite lost and found cats with their owners.
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