North Norfolk Cats Lifeline Trust was founded in 1999 by former operatic soprano & teacher, Gay Rees, who ran the organisation until she sadly passed away in April 2017. The Trust continues to be run by an elected committee of long serving members and trustees.
We welcome stray and abandoned cats into the safety of the sanctuary where they are either adopted into a loving home, or remain with us to live the remainder of their lives in peace. Before we rehome them, our cats are neutered, wormed, de-flead, and inoculated against cat flu, enteritis and leukaemia (FeLV), with our local vet visiting each week to check on their health and well being.
Run solely by volunteers, we rely on the generosity of donations & our fundraising events to enable us to continue looking after our cats and kittens.
NNCLT have a strict ‘no-kill policy’ ensuring that every healthy cat taken into our care has a chance at life, regardless of their age or suitability for adoption.
Our cats and kittens looking for a loving home
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Details of local vets in the North Norfolk area
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Please donate to help give the cats of North Norfolk their Lifeline, every contribution little or large really does make a difference. Thank you.