Lancashire Cat Rescue

Registered Charity No 1136938 (Tel 01772 750263)

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Welcome to the Lancashire Cat Rescue Website

Posted by brilomax on November 6, 2020

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What cats do in the litter tray when you’re not looking?

Lancashire Cat Rescue is run by a small, but dedicated team of volunteers and is based in Preston, Lancashire, UK.

Please help Lancashire Cat Rescue to rescue and re-home cats in need by making an online donation, it’s easy just click on the “Donate” button to the right of this page.

Stray, sick, injured or abandoned. All cats are welcomed and cared for by Lancashire Cat Rescue before being found new homes with suitable adopters.

If you would like to help us by becoming a “Friend of Lancashire Cat Rescue” then please Click Here!

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Rudy

Posted by brilomax on November 18, 2020

Rudy was a stray being fed by a kind elderly lady in Leyland, he had been hanging around, trying to convince the lady to take him in. Unfortunately for Rudy the kind lady didn’t want to commit to owning a pet in her twilight years, so she asked us to help him.

Since then he’s been tested for FIV/Felv (both negative), had his first vaccination & been micro-chipped, he was already neutered, we think he is about five years old.

He is semi-long-haired, is very friendly & likes to be fussed, he would very much like a forever home.

If you would like to offer a home to Rudy (or any other of our cats) and live local to Preston, Lancashire please give us a call on 01772 750263. We expect a minimum donation of £50 for our adult cats and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep him in at night.

Stop Press! (19/11/2020) Rudy now has a lovely home in the country with Anita.

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Inskip Stray

Posted by brilomax on November 17, 2020

Is this your cat?

We collected this tabby & white cat from Inskip on Monday (16th Nov). The cat was seeking to be adopted by a couple and they would have happily done so, but their Jack Russell was having none of it.

Please give us a call on 01772 750263 if this is your cat.

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Rossi & Rico

Posted by brilomax on November 15, 2020

Rossi & Rico along with another sibling (Pergo) & their Mum (Bella), were left behind when their owners moved house, neighbours fed them & asked us to help. Pergo was quite friendly and has been homed but Rossi & Rico are very nervous and the only time they allow us to touch & stroke them is when they are being fed.

We are hoping that a couple of people with lots of patience & time on their hands will step up and offer these brothers separate loving homes. Failing that we would be looking for outdoor homes which is not ideal.

They are now eight months old, their mum has tested negative for Felv/FIV, they are neutered, fully vaccinated & micro-chipped.

If you would like to offer a home to Rossi or Rico (or any other of our cats) and live local to Preston, Lancashire please give us a call on 01772 750263. We expect a minimum donation of £50 for our neutered cats and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep him in at night.

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Roy

Posted by brilomax on November 12, 2020

Roy, is a very friendly, very lively grey tabby older kitten around seven months old who after he was rescued from a farm became very unwell. He showed classic symptoms of really bad cat flu and was very poorly for several days. We were asked to take him in and find him a new home as he was poorly twice whilst settling into his new home and the vets thought it could be either the Herpes virus or the Calici virus and could be a recurring problem. Roy has been tested and was negative for both virus’s, also the stress of coming into rescue and also being neutered has not brought his symptoms on again.

He is fully vaccinated, micro-chipped & is ready for a loving home.

If you would like to offer a home to Roy (or any other of our cats) and live local to Preston, Lancashire please give us a call on 01772 750263. We expect a minimum donation of £50 for our neutered cats and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep him in at night.

Stop Press! (14/11/2020) Roy now has a forever home with Lauren & her family in Leyland.

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