Donate by credit/debit card via PayPal
Donate by bank transfer
To pay via your bank, in branch or online:
Our charity's bank account details at NatWest are:
Sort code: 60-24-77
Any amount makes a difference as we can count on it month-in-month-out. If you feel you are able to support us regularly, you can set up a monthly standing order.
Donate by cheque
You can even donate by cheque, made payable to "Catcuddles" and posted to our correspondence address:
The Catcuddles Sanctuary
155 Howarth Road
Please remember to send us your name, full address (and email) so that we can send you your donation receipt and claim "giftaid" on your donation if you are a UK taxpayer.
A note on neutering, the most important activity of any cat charity
We are happy to accept donations of any size that will be stipulated specifically to neuter stray and unwanted cats. Please let us know at the point of donating (eg. via Paypal) that you exclusively wish to have your donation used towards neutering.
All public donations for neutering will go exclusively towards neutering. We also help with low cost neutering to those who may be finding it hard to cover the private vet fee, so long as they are within reach of our two vets within the Borough of Greenwich and will soon be offering donation-based neutering at our North London Cat Clinic.
We would love to hear from you if you are interested in volunteering for the charity, or if you have space in your life and your home for a cat in need. For more information visit our volunteers page:
We are also happy to receive basic consumables we use in our day to day care, such as wood litter, cat food, cat beds, blankies, scratching posts, cat toys, cat carriers and natural treats.
We do not feed our kitties graded food and regularly treat them to oily fish to boost their vitamin intake and make their coats beautiful and shiny.
We are happy to receive used items if they are freshly cleaned/laundered and in good condition.
We always appreciate when donations are posted or dropped off, as our volunteers are often too busy with rescue work to collect donations.