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If you would like to donate a penny or two

We have 2 options for you.

You can transfer a single payment or set up a regular one directly to our bank account

Portsmouth Cats

Sort Code: 30-98-90

Account: 16742160

Or via PayPal

To portsmouthcats@hotmail.com

Below we have a few special needs

Many of our group member donate just £1  a month for their favourite  cause.

If you choose one below please mention the name with your contribution, so we can make sure it’s going to the right place.

All donations are going towards feeding and caring for fosters, vet bills and necessities for our cats in need.

Can you help?

Thank You You Are Purrsome!

Without the help, commitment and support of kind and caring people, we could not do our work.

We are always in need of Volunteers.

Current volunteers help with

Myco, a very sick little boy. Found in a sorry state, close to death. He needs regular vet visits, daily medication and supervision. He’s had a very hard life, but is now fostered by our very own super parents Janet and Tim. He might be an old man (we thing about 17) and deaf, but he is giving everyone the runaround in the house.

Little Crookshanks has FIV (Feline Aids) but we rescued him from being PTS and our volunteer Zoe has him in her foster care now.

He was handed in to the vets at Pets at Home after being found in a dreadful state.

He is such a loving boy and in desperate need of love and cuddles.

Below are are our ever so important cabins, located in our Matriarchs backyard, lovingly built by her husband Kevin.

They are all looked after by volunteers, who put the needs of cats first.

Frankie was found as a stray 3.5 years ago. He has Eosiphilia skin problem and has to be bathed weekly..have silvine water and steroids daily  and regular blood tests. He eats himself where he scratches right down to the bone so he has to be monitored and wears a cotton ruffle collar most days.He has now a permanent foster Mum, who looks after him.