Catastrophes Cat Rescue


Our aim is to help any cat that is in need and we believe that every cat deserves the chance of a good home.


Our aim has always been to help any cat regardless of age, temperament or behavioural problems, be they wild or tame. The cats in our care are given a high standard of veterinary care and we strongly believe in spaying and neutering as a responsible part of pet ownership. The cats that are difficult to rehome are given the chance to live out their days in a peaceful home environment with the freedom of the country garden that surrounds the sanctuary.


Our work with feral cats involves spaying and neutering complete colonies and giving any necessary veterinary treatment.

We believe that every cat deserves a chance to have a safe, caring and peaceful place to live and enjoy the rest of their lives. It’s surprising how often a cat that has the most difficult and anti-social habits and behaviour can change with love, care and lots of patience.

Latest News

JAN 15

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Sadie, the adventurer! Have a great #Sundayfunday! :)

JAN 07

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Beautiful shot of Calico - she was very timid when she first came to Catastrophes but she now runs across the garden calling out to greet us for a big cuddle and fuss. Happy #Caturday :)

JAN 01

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Wishing you all a very Happy New Year! And many, many thanks for all your support in 2016. This is handsome Joel, a long-term resident who watches over the younger cats at Catastrophes making sure they behave! When he realizes chin tickles are on offer he turns into a purr machine :)

DEC 26

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Hope your Christmas was as relaxed as Colenna Sparkle Pants' (yep, that's her real name!)

DEC 23

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It's all in the prep! A very merry Christmas from Milo, Esther, Maisie Delux and everyone at Catastrophes :)

DEC 17

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Alan has just spotted these playful kittens at International Animal Rescue's bear sactuary in Bangalore :) Happy #Caturday!