Category Archives: WCWT News

Latest Cats Needing Homes

All animals need a lot of love and attention. We at Worthing Cat Welfare Trust aim to give our rescue cats the best possible advantages by being re-homed with a loving person/family. We know all our cats before they are re-homed and will endeavour to place them in suitable surroundings. We know if our cats […]

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A Massive Thankyou and Well done Sam

UpdateSam Myers who was a volunteer in the Guildbourne shop, is registered blind,     struggles with learning disabilities and other health issues but desperately wanted to help our cats. As Sam already uses Diamond     Fitness in Broadwater, She decided that this would be the ideal place for her to raise some   money. On Sunday May 28th […]

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Opps as they say Please Read

hi everyone their is a small mistake in the Mews Letter if anyone needs to get in contact with Sharon Lost and Found Officer can you please contact myself for the time being at caroline@carolinesweb.co.uk and mark it urgent and i will pass messages on as the email address is incorrect. Thanks everyone and if […]

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Membership Form Show your Support

Hi everyone, hope your all well, enclosed is the membership form for the WCWT please show your support by signing up  and attending the AGM Details enclosed AGM Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of this charity will be held on SATURday 8th JULY 2017 at THE Ardington Hotel, 30 Steyne Gardens, […]

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Latest Cats Needing A Forever Home

BusterBuster is a 3 year old black & white male, he has not had much of a life so far. When he first came to us he was frightened of everything and just wanted to hide. We are pleased to say that thanks to the hard work and patience of his fosterer he is now […]

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A Cats Life

             A Cats Life   I was rescued a long while ago And my new owners called me Joe. I let them play with me everyday But I don’t let them have it all their way. You see if I’m smart they will never know That it’s me who decides when to come or go. […]

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Hello All

Hello All   I don’t know if you remember in our last Mewsletter I wrote about a little cat that I was fostering who was very frightened, traumatised and covered in bleeding weeping sores. She spent most of her time on top of the door, but I did say I hoped we would become friends. […]

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Mrs Jones boy Tom

She Called Me Thomas As far back as I can remember, I was Mrs Jones boy. She lived in a big house in the West Sussex countryside. She called me Thomas or Tom after the singer. I couldn’t sing, but I could purr up and down the scale when petted and stroked. When I was […]

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