• Worthing Cat Welfare Trust
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  • URGENT CATS NEEDING HOMES
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  • Trixie is Missing

We Would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our volunteers for all the work they do without them we could not continue to help the cats of worthing and surrounding areas

Worthing Cat Welfare Trust

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From Willow the the cat (Sammie now Willow) told by Bobby (human)

It is just over a year that I have been in my forever home, I arrived at Wiston Court car park loudly meowing with my foster dad Tony. Who introduced me as the little tart. There are lots of hidey holes in my new home so I dived under the *(Bobby says he can't make out this part of letter (he is just a human)) while my foster Dad told my new Mum to be all about me, and my litter box trick where all the litter goes over the sides with all my digging.*(other bit I can't work out (says Bobby human)) When my foster dad went home, my new Mum to be tried to coax me out, but I was having none of it, but after a few hours all was quiet, I crept out there was food waiting for me and water and my new Mum was sitting on the sofa.

From Hudson (in my own voice)

Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Hudson and I am six years old. I was rescued by the Worthing Cat Welfare Trust's welfare officer a few weeks ago from the back yard of a shop in Worthing. I do not remember how I got there, but the vet says that I must have been used as a football as I have broken ribs. A very kind fosterer took me to Pet Doctors who took X-Rays, treated me for a skin disease and flea allergy, microchipped me and vaccinated me. He also did unmentionable things with a thermometer! After two weeks with this kind lady, my new staff, Greta and Roger Lovell, have given me a permanent home with Ollie and Olliewally who are also ginger boys, but, obviously, not half as handsome as me!.

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Worthing Cat Welfare Trust

 has spent the past 21+ years caring for abandoned, sick and distressed cats, organising veterinary treatment, fostering, re-homing, lost cats etc. all throughout the Worthing district.

In order to support these activities, the charity relies solely on donations, legacies and gifts as well as the fund-raising activities of many of its dedicated volunteers. 

Registered Charity Number 1049596