HappyCats Rescue

  

 

Due to current restrictions we are only taking in sick or emergency animals initially.

 

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Welcome to HCR

HappyCats Rescue was founded in 2012 to Rescue and Rehome Cats and kittens.

 

In just over 5 years we have helped to rescue and rehome nearly 1100 cats and kittens.

We were all re-homed by HCR 

Macey - Re-homed Aug 2018
Macey - Re-homed Aug 2018

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Faith & Hope - Re-homed Feb 2018
Faith & Hope - Re-homed Feb 2018

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Macey - Re-homed Aug 2018
Macey - Re-homed Aug 2018

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With immediate effect other than into our separate foster homes we will not be taking in any more cats at our HQ until early October at the earliest.  This is due to major renovation works being carried out.

HappyCats Rescue was founded in August 2012 to help the increasing number of cats and kittens that find themselves looking for a new home.  Based in Bordon, Hampshire, we are a small friendly rescue helping to rescue and re-home unwanted cats and kittens.

We are here to help cats and kittens of all ages to find their forever homes.  All of our cats / kittens come into welfare needing a new home for many reasons, but most importantly it's not their fault.  They come from different backgrounds but all will be assessed and vet checked before they are offered to a new family.

No cat or kitten chooses to end up in rescue, but for those that do, we are their lifeline to finding their forever homes.  

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January 2021

2021 seems to be taking over where 2020 left off. We are now in our third national lock-down and although there is hope with the vaccine in the future we all have to cope with the difficulties before normal or even near normal life resumes.

For us as a Charity it means that many of our regular fund-raising sources are not available.   So the generous donations from our friends and supporters are more important than ever.  Can I say a particular thank you to everybody who bought some cat nip toys or other items around christmas time.  

The terms of the Government lock-down means that we are not open.   We are unable to get routine veterinary treatment carried out, so we will only be taking in sick, injured or emergency cases.

Finally, please stay safe in the weeks ahead and we look forward to 2021, and hope that we can get back to normal soon.