What does Cats R Us do? We are a Registered Charity Number 1158022
We take in vulnerable, sick, injured, often distressed cats and kittens , we rehabilitate Socialise get any necessary vet treatment and prepare for new homes.
Our extensive experience means we are often able to save and nurse back to health cats/kittens where the prognosis has not been good. We work closely with other rescue charities both national and local.
We do not take in unwanted pets but on some occasions if you are looking to rehome your cat we may be able to help.
We support local feral colonies by supplying food and making sure they are fed 365 days of the year.
We run a successful Trap Neuter Return scheme which ensures feral colonies cease to breed and therefore thrive better.
We have a cat welfare advice hub and fundraising stall in Shildon at unit 10D Dabble Duck DL4 2RA where we are open Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday 10 AM till 2 PM.
We also regularly hold Adoptathons there so people can come and meet and express any interest in adopting, we are quite strict in our adoption choices as these cats deserve the best quality forever homes.
How can you help?
We receive no government funding and rely totally on donations naturally monetary donations via standing orders, direct debits to CATS R US Sort Code 20-09-44 Acct Nos:93872971, just giving page https://www.justgiving.com/cats-r-us or PayPal giving fund.https://www.paypal-donations.co.uk/pp-charity/charity.jsp?NP_ID=69204 always most desperately needed but other things help too such as donating food, Bedding things to raffle or tombola or to sell in our fundraising stalls every little really does help, 50p in our collecting tin it all goes towards cat food etc.
You can donate part of or all of a sale on eBay through eBay for charity scheme.http://www.ebay.co.uk/egw/ebay-for-charity/charity-profile/?NP_ID=69204
Simply by searching the web through our easy search link can raise us funds. http://catsrus.easysearch.org.uk/
You can shop online and raise funds for us too http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/catsrus/
cruelty or wrong that we have the
power to stop, and do nothing, we
make ourselves sharers in the guilt.”
— Anna Sewell
To help needy cats
“. . . we call them dumb animals, and so they are, for they cannot tell us how they feel, but they do not suffer less because they have no words.”
— Anna Sewell