We are currently facing a crisis that has the potential to drastically reduce the number of cats that we can help, for an indefinite period of time, particularly in the borough of Greenwich.
Winston was discovered living on the streets with a horrific wound.
Another stray family have joined us at CatCuddles this kitten season.
Volunteers rushed to rescue four kittens and two adults living as strays in North London.
After he was rescued in a sorry state, we were so eager to restore Zen to health and find him a forever home. Our hopes were dashed however when he was diagnosed with Lymphoma..
Taz came to us in unfortunate circumstances, but everything has changed now
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Thanks to Zen Yoga for hosting a guided yoga session in Greenwich Park in aid of CatCuddles.
This stray boy was spotted limping in the street by a CatCuddles volunteer.
Connie was taken to a vet to be euthanised. Luckily, the vet contacted CatCuddles instead.
The first kittens of the season have arrived.
These three had a rough start in life but are ready for a brighter future.
This sweet boy was living as a stray in Greenwich before CatCuddles stepped in to rehome him.
Rescued from euthanasia, Waldo has now been adopted into a new loving home.
Volunteers rushed to the scene when a cat was reported bleeding in the street.
Mumya suffered for months with wire wrapped around her stomach, and after months of treatment, fully recovered and is now thriving in her forever home.
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