Lancashire Cat Rescue

Registered Charity No 1136938 (Tel 01772 750263)

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    If you live local to Preston and would like to offer a home to one of our cats, or help us in any way, then ring Christine on 01772 750263 or email Christine at christine@lancatrescue.co.uk

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Simba

Posted by brilomax on May 12, 2021

Simba was signed over to us from a young family due to the arrival of a new baby. 😦

Simba is a large (6.5 kg) two year old black domestic short hair. He is a big softy and very friendly.

He has tested negative for FIV / Felv, is neutered, fully vaccinated & micro-chipped.

If you would like to offer a home to Simba and live local to Preston, Lancashire please give us a call on 01772 750263 to arrange an appointment to view (socially distanced of course). If no-one answers please leave a message (Christine still works full time). We expect a donation of at least £50 for our adult cats and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep them indoors at night.

Update! (14/05/2021) Simba now has a forever home with Jane & Roger in Burscough.

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Welcome to the Lancashire Cat Rescue Website

Posted by brilomax on May 3, 2021

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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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Peanut

Posted by brilomax on April 29, 2021

Peanut, is a ginger & white neutered male shorthair, he was being fed as a stray in Warton, he was very thin and very hungry.

Blood tests revealed that had a condition called hyperthyroidism which if left untreated means expensive medication for the rest of his life, as he is guestimated to be only about eight years old we decided he should have a surgical procedure to make him well.

He has now had his thyroidectomy, he is also micro-chipped and he has tested negative for FIV & Felv, he has had his follow up visit to the vet, the operation was a complete success and he is now ready for a forever home.

Peanut is a very friendly cat, he has shown no desire to go out so we think he would make a wonderful housecat.

If you would like to offer a home to Peanut and live local to Preston, Lancashire please give us a call on 01772 750263 to arrange an appointment to view (socially distanced of course). If no-one answers please leave a message (Christine still works full time). We expect a minimum donation of £50 for Peanut and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep him indoors at all times.

Update! (13/05/2021) Peanut now has a forever home with Marlene in Bamber Bridge.

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Jess (senior)

Posted by brilomax on April 9, 2021

Jess was found wandering in a confused and disorientated state on farmland near Ormskirk, she was chipped to an address in Yorkshire but she had since changed carers and the contact details of her current owner hadn’t been updated with the chip company.

She will be 17 years of age in July. She walks with strange stiff legged motion and she’s not too steady on her feet. Jess likes to wander around the yard at the rescue (supervised of course), we’re not sure how well she can see, but she seems to have good spacial awareness and never bumps into anything, she also enjoys cuddles.

Because of her age we had a full blood profile done at the vets and all her levels were in the normal range, as well as being chipped she is also fully vaccinated.

We would like to find her a nice quiet home as a house cat where she can be fussed and loved in her twilight years.

If you would like to offer a home to Jess (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 each for our neutered cats and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep them in at night.

Update! (09/04/2021) Jess now has a forever home with Danny & her cat family in Bamber Bridge.

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Jess

Posted by brilomax on February 28, 2021

If you like to live life on the edge? Then Jess is the cat for you!

We had a call from a couple in Preston town centre just before Christmas about a stray cat that was living in their garden shed, they’d grown quite fond of Jess and were obviously sad to surrender her into our care, but Jess was being aggressive towards their own cats. Her mood swings had also been observed.

She is rather unpredictable, lovely one minute then grumpy the next.

Jess has also made it clear she needs to be the only pet as she doesn’t get on with other cats or our Collie dog (Jack).

We think she is about five years old, she has tested negative for FIV & Felv, is fully vaccinated and micro-chipped.

If you would like to offer a home to Jess and live local to Preston, Lancashire please give us a call on 01772 750263 to arrange an appointment to view (socially distanced of course). If no-one answers please leave a message (Christine still works full time). We expect a minimum donation of £50 for our adult cats and a commitment to provide a litter tray (or trays) and keep them in at night.

Update! (03/05/2021) Jess now has a forever home with Andrea & Owen in Deepdale.

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