Run by volunteers, Cat Welfare Sussex is a locally based charity which is dedicated to the welfare of stray, feral and abandoned cats within the area.
Dear Friends and Supporters,
Due to government guidelines re Covid 19, we have had to cancel or postpone all our scheduled fundraising events for the spring/summer period.
The Grand Raffle will be now drawn at the earliest opportunity once the ‘Lockdown’ has ended.
We are not able to re home any cats at the moment and our vets are only carrying out emergency treatment.
Rest assured that our resident rescued cats are being well cared for and are enjoying the spring sunshine.
Please feel free to call us 01273 423861 for advice.
Our thoughts are with each and every one of you during this difficult time.
We aim to prevent uncontrolled breeding and alleviate cruelty and neglect of cats wherever possible by working closely with vets, local authorities and other animal organisations,
The charity specialises in the trapping, neutering and relocation of feral cat colonies and the rehabilitation of cats with behavioural and socialisation problems.
Cat Welfare Sussex offer care, kindness and a future to cats that are frequently perceived as being unsuitable for re-homing.
We believe that every cat has a right to life and we never use euthanasia as a soft option.
Cats are only put to sleep, on the advice of our veterinary professionals, in order to alleviate pain and suffering due to terminal illness or severe injury.