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Rescue for Cats and Kittens

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For Sale

We have a number of donated pet carriers for sale, prices range from £5 to £15.  All proceeds from the sale of these go towards the cost of helping the cats and kittens in our care.


what we do

We are a a small rescue and rehoming  centre based near Kings Lynn, Norfolk. Our sole aim is to help cats and kittens in need find their perfect home.

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Rehoming Cats and Kittens

Rescuing strays

Handrearing kittens

Julius before and after his operation

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Julius came to us after being abandoned with a ruptured eye which had to be removed  urgently.  After his operation he had a few more problem sbut being a brave little character,he overcame then and is totally full of himself as you can see from the video below.

Now totally recovered he has gone to his new home

Happily Rehomed


Please meet these kittens that were hand reared from just a day old.

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My name is  Daisy and I was a young feral who was cold and wet.  I was frightened when I was first caught, but soon learnt to love the humans that kept me warm and gave me lots of lovely food.
I am now in my forever home and love  being in charge!

Tilly and Teddy two beautiful siblings enjoying life in their new home.

 Shoelaces are always more fun than toys!

Gregory and Grace

Huffelpuff on the left who was  made  pet of the day in the EDP has now gone to her. forever home.


These little fluffy feral kittens came to us in very poor condition.  They are now gaining weight and learning humans are really not too bad.  It didn't take them long to realise what a good life was waiting and they have gone to a lovely home together.

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Kizzy has now found her forever home


This beautiful long haired cat came to us with a mouth injury and was also expecting kittens, she went on to have 3 kittens who have now been rehomed. Kizzy was very difficult to start with and after realising it was because she didn't like the presence of other cats.  She has now found her forever home

where she has settled well as the only cat.

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These lovely ginger boys and also Wilson on the left, soon found their new homes and have settled in very well.

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 Watson has just gone to his new home, his new owners loves how he chats to you.


Xavia and Xenia have now been re-homed and were playing with their new toys within 5 minutes of arrival.


Gilbert has happily gone to his new home, where Maisie 

his surrogate mother has become his personal groomer!

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Idris and Iona on the left are brother & sister. They were feral kittens who were very near to starvation when found.

They have now gone to their new home together


Jodie and Jamie have just gone to their new homes, and Jesse on the right soon found his too.

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Toastie has just gone to his new home and is loving his new owners.

Looking for  New Homes

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Malcolm came to us via a veterinary practice, it was initially thought that he had been hit by a car. We then  found he was terrified of people so was probably ill treated. With patience, once he trusts you he becomes a real ladies man, a loving young cat who loves a lap to cuddle on. Part of his head injury has left him with an eye that occasionally  needs drops , this could flare up from time to time. He is looking for a quiet home with ideally just one person who will be able to win his confidence again.


Please meet Ulric, who is an extremely affectionate boy who has an amazing purr.  He came to us as a stray in poor condition, covered in fleas which caused a flea allergy.  He is now recovering and the improvemnt in his coat already shows what a stunning cat he will be.  He will always have this allergy so flea treatment must be kept up to date. 

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