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About Shropshire Cat Rescue
Can you give a cat a forever home?
Site updated 11am Saturday the 25th May 2013
The aim of Shropshire Cat Rescue is to care for and re-home unwanted cats and kittens. To educate the public on responsible cat ownership (including the benefits of having one’s pet neutered) and to arrange for colonies of feral cats to be neutered and returned to site. Shropshire Cat Rescue is an entirely unpaid, voluntary group. Some of our volunteers work around the clock to care for stray, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens. We are always happy to welcome new volunteers to help us make a difference.
Shropshire Cat Rescue Latest News & Notices
If you shop at Sainsbury’s, Pets at Home, Morrisons’s or Tesco’s in Shrewsbuy, PLEASE consider adding some cat food to our collection bins in these stores.
Need a cat flap fitting service? H&HS Cat Flap Fitting Service will donate £5 to SCR when quoting “Shropshire Cat Rescue”. Visit their web site here.
A Huge THANK YOU! to everyone who has donated items at the Asda store in Donnington - it is all very much appreciated.
Donate to SCR by text. You can donate £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 with the option to add gift aid. Simply text CATS35 followed by the amount you wish to donate to 70070, for example: CATS35 £5
If you are having a spring clean-out, please consider donating your items to the SCR Charity Shop in Roushill, Shrewsbury. Everything BUT electrical's, audio tapes & Vinyl. . Thanks ;-)
Millie is a 10 year old Siamese who needs to find a new home with her pal Meesha, an 11 yr old chocolate oriental, as their owner is emigrating. Both cats are said to be healthy & vaccinated. Millie is very lovable but a bit jumpy whilst Meesha is very laid back.
Millie & Meesha are still with their owner in Shrewsbury at the moment. If you can offer them a new home together please ring the shelter on 01743 872857 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to take this opportunity to offer a warm welcome to Jim Hawkins, BBC Radio Shropshire DJ and photographer, who has very kindly agreed to be our first patron. Thanks Jim
(pictured here with shelter manager Marion Micklewright and Luvly)