Fundraising - Donations

We rely entirely on donations to fund our cat work and do not receive any grants. We are always grateful for any monetary donation however large or small. One of our major costs is veterinary bills and on average we spend over £8,000 per year on this alone. Some examples of costs are:

    It costs approx
  • £10 to flea/worm a cat
  • £15-£20 to feed a cat for a month
  • £30 to purchase a cat basket
  • £50-£60 to neuter (castrate) a male cat
  • £70-£80 to neuter (spay) a female cat
  • £75 to blood test a cat
  • £100 to purchase a cat trap

If you would like to make a donation please print our donation form. Unfortunately at the moment we are unable to take credit card donations but a cheque would be gratefully received.

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can make your donation worth 25% more to us, at no extra cost to you, simply by completing the Gift Aid Declaration on the form.

Your donation will help us continue to help more cats. Thank You.

Other ways you can donate:

JustTextGiving allows you to donate money to our charity via your mobile phone.
All you need to do is text the code CATS15 and the amount of your donation (either £2, £5 or £10) to 70070
(For example, to donate £10, text CATS15 £10 to 70070)
Texts are charged at your mobile phone operator's standard rate. The charity will receive 100% of your donation. You must be 16 or over and please ask the bill payer's permission. For full terms and conditions and more information, please visit

We are always grateful to receive good quality items to sell at our fundraising events.

For example:

  • Books / CD's / DVD's
  • Unwanted gifts

Or if you have a culinary or creative talent we would also be grateful for:

  • Cakes / Biscuits
  • Craft items such as knitted or sewn goods, or handmade cards

We also take donations of cat food and cat litter and we have collection bins at these local supermarkets:

  • Tesco, Cam
  • Co-op, Stonehouse
  • Co-op, Cainscross

If you have any items to donate please contact us. We may be able to arrange collection of items from the Stroud area.