About our resources

We are a small charity with no paid staff, completely reliant on donations to fund our running costs. These can be high: our vets' bill for one month can come in at £1,100 or more. We are very sorry but we are unable to pay vets' bills for animals other than those in our care.

We are also sorry that we have limited capacity to take in all the animals that need our help. Our pens and foster-homes are always over-subscribed, and space can only be found when one of the residents moves on to a permanent home.

All donations of money, food and goods to sell are gratefully received. Please see elsewhere on this site for details of events and help needed.

Are you a cat lover? Could you run a cat rescue?

Hay Cat Rescue has rescued, rehabilitated and found homes for over 1000 cats and kittens, and helped many more in other ways, since it was established in 2004.
So it is with a heavy heart that due to worsening Arthritis I will be unable to continue to provide this much needed service for the cats and the community for much longer.
Hay Cat Rescue is, therefore, looking for a reliable cat lover, or several cat lovers working together, willing and able to continue to run this small, independent, registered Charity. This involves accommodating, sometimes trapping, veterinary health checks, record keeping and fundraising, as well as delivering cats and kittens to their new homes. Some equipment is available to a committed and caring person.
Over the years HCR has been very generously supported by many kind and caring people who would, I am sure, continue to help with donations of cat food and goods for fundraising.
If no one is forthcoming, Hay Cat Rescue will close once the cats in our care have found their new homes.
For more information, or to offer a cat a home, please call Kathie on 01497 821401.

Lucy

Lucy  Lucy  Lucy. all black, and spayed is looking for a kinder life where she is loved and wanted. A year or two old, from a colony, along with Ralph, Ruby & Laurie, they were are used to being fed but not handled. They have all been neutered recently and are very good with their tray! Lucy is more frightened than the rest of her family, she can be stroked and is not quite as fierce as she makes out! She will be frightened at first, as expected in a new situation, but lots of patience and not expecting too much of her, too soon, giving her the chance to take her time to settle down and gain in confidence. She has mastered the cat flap and enjoys sitting in the sun.  As they are used to being in a large group, homes is pairs, would be lovely so they still have some company.

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