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Supporting cats and their owners in crisis


Keeping hope alive and families together

In a crisis – becoming homeless, fleeing domestic violence or going into hospital, for example – the last thing anyone should be asked to do is to give up a beloved family member: a trauma on top of other trauma. By providing non-judgemental advice, support and emergency foster homes, we aim to reunite cats and their owners when things have been resolved, keeping hope alive for both.


What we do

We work closely with owners in crisis to find the right solution for them and their cats. That includes free advice and support to keep them together, or foster homes if that’s no longer possible.

Who we are

We aim to never say no to a cat owner in crisis. As veterans of the world of cat rescue, our team draws on years of collective experience to do the best thing for cats first, followed swiftly by their owners.

How you can help

Got space for a cat or two? The demand for our help is constant, urgent and growing. We need more foster homes, placements in catteries, drivers who can ferry cats and supplies around, and supporters who can spread the word. Everyone can play a part in the work we do.

Why we do it

Some of the owners we’ve helped, in their own words:

“The team at Feline Fine Foundation were absolutely brilliant In helping find an urgent foster home for my boy. I was going through a very tough relationship breakdown and had to urgently move out of my home into temporary accommodation.
"They were calm, empathetic and so lovely, finding a nurturing and safe foster place within days – even arranging for my cat to be picked up. I was kept in contact frequently with videos and updates on how my boy was getting on. I can't thank them enough for their understanding. I've recently got my boy back and he is as happy as ever. Thank you for everything you do.”
Cat owner reunited with cat

Proud to work with and support the work of:

Little Paws Rescue
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