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Rescue - Rehabilitate - Rehome

An independent Rescue, not affiliated with any other Rescue.

2023... Looking ahead.

In June 2022 four ladies had a dream. A dream to not only help cats in need, but to help them no matter the circumstances. Whether they needed medical assistance or just a warm bed out of the cold, the GCr endevours to help any that they can.

having helped nearly 200 cats in six months, its safe to say that 2022 was successful. We have plans to expand in 2023 so that we can help a greater capacity of cats and raise more money fpr permenant premises, medical expenses, food and equipment.

We could not have done this without our fantastic volunteers and fosters. Onwards and upwards. We look forward to 2023!

Our Mission Statement

To provide a cat rescue to support Glossop and the surrounding area, and the rehabilitation of stray and unwanted cats in need of attention and care.

To provide adequate shelter to those cats who are in need and the staff to provide that care.

To raise money to provide any medical care needed for our cats.

To assess and rehome these cats providing suitable home checks so they receive the homes for their individual needs.

All adult cats to be chipped deflea-ed and wormed. All adult cats to leave our care neutered.

Current Appeal

Due to the over whelming amount of kittens still being handed over to our care we are in desperate need of cat litter, kitten food and othe rsupplies.

Please check out our amazon wishlist on the donation page if you would like to contribute.

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Chips away!

Since september we have microchipped over 100 cats! All cats within the GCR are now microchipped as standard before they leave.

The GCR has plans to do drop in chip services next year to help teach cat owner the importance of chipping your cat.

Thank You.

A case that has hit home.

A rescue that reduced two of the GCR workers to tears. Jasper and Willow were being given away for free on facebook. They arrived covered in fleas, riddled with worm and emmaciated. They were both wearing several fleas and were yellow and stained with urine. As soon as they saw food they hoovered it up. Jasper had an ubillical hernia and the end of Willows tail is missing. They were a sorry sight indeed.

Four weeks later and this pair are different cats. Full of affection and eager to be loved. Foster Mum Nicola says a very special home is needed to spoil this beutiful pair for the rest of their days.

The Glossop cat rescue would like to take this oportunity to thank everyone who sent through donations over the festive period. There were simply too many to mention individually. People sent money to our Paypal account and sent food through the amazon wish list. Peopl also messaged and dropped off food and other supplies. We simply cant express in words how humbled and grateful we are to everyone.

Thank you very much for your continued support.

Help needed... Natcho

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The inspiration...

In October 2021 a mother cat and 3, day old kittens were rescued from a garden in Hadfield. The mother and two kittens were adopted but the third, the runt needed a few extra weeks of care. He was fostered by Nicola Ormerod on the 17th of December. It came apparent quite quickly that something was wrong with this little bundle of fur. He was incontinent and his tail was hanging limply.

We quickly began fundraising  so we could get him the treatment he needed, and a close nit friendship was formed to give this guy the best possible shot at life. The response was overwhelming and Cooper had donations from all over the globe.

After x-rays and his tail amputated, it was discovered that Coopers digestive system doesn't work which leads to a condition called Megacolon. It was then that Nicola decided he was exactly where he needed to be for the best possible care and she formally adopted him, but the friendships formed by this little guy would remain strong.

Cooper is now a year old. He is doubly incontinent and needs his bowls and bladder emptying 3 to 4 times a day. He has to wear nappies to prevent little accidents and he will be like this for the rest of his life. However his case shows us that as long as a cat has quality of life there is a home and a human out there that can love them.

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