Please note, we are unfortunately not able to take in any further cats at present. (Updated on 20.11.21)
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Our adoption process has been amended, to try and keep everyone as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are based in Southampton, Hampshire, UK, and would ideally look to adopt within the local area.
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Please click HERE to see our
fundraiser for little kitten Louis,
who needs specialist vet assistance.
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We have recently been very busy, caring for homeless cats, as well as recovering lost cats.
If you wish to help us with looking after the cats in our care, you could purchase food or litter from as little as £3.99, or consider making a small donation which we can use towards vet fees. See our How to Help page for details.
All Cats Rescue is a small, not-for-profit organisation based in Southampton, Hampshire, UK.
We help all cats, no matter their situation. Whether they are abandoned, stray, homeless, feral - we will try to help them have a better life.
We have a small number of purpose-built cat pens, offering residents access to sunlight, fresh air, a cosy indoor enclosure, an exercise area, comfy bedding, scratching posts and lounging shelves.
We always need food and litter, and we have an Amazon Wish List, if you can help us with any of these items.
Go to our Adoptions page to see our cats currently awaiting a home, and read all about our requirements for adoption.
How to Help
There are a few ways to help us..
Our Amazon Wishlist has various items, such as food and litter, for the cats in our care... or you could do a 'Click & Collect purchase from Pets at Home (for us to collect). You can even raise donations for free while doing your usual online shop!
Alternatively, you may wish to make a donation to help towards our vet bills.
Click HERE to read about our permanent and special guest, Carla, and how you can help by sponsoring her stay with us.
Keeping you up-to-date with any news, stories and pictures of our cats - past and present.
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