Become a YCR Hero - help us to make unwanted cats wanted again

Yorkshire Cat Rescue exists to save the lives of abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in Yorkshire and beyond. 

We know this is a tall order, but we will continue to fight to provide cats and kittens across Yorkshire with the food, love, shelter and care that they need. To achieve this, we need to have resources in place for times to come. Regular gifts can help us to plan for the future and ensure that money is available where and when it is most needed, allowing us to be here for the long haul, to support cats and kittens from all across Yorkshire.

Becoming a Hero 

You don’t have to do something big to have a life-changing impact. By becoming a YCR Hero your regular donations will help us make a real difference to many more cats and kittens that desperately need our help. Together we can continue to be here for each cat in our care to ensure that it will be cared for until we find him or her a home.

A special welcome

As a Hero, you will receive a warm welcome from us. We will keep you updated throughout the year on our latest work and special projects.

Now, more than ever, we need more heroes to regularly support Yorkshire’s cats and kittens. It costs around £1200 every day to care for our cats and kittens at our centre and across our many foster homes. 

Building upon our work – both now and in the future – is essential to helping more cats and kittens find their forever families. At Yorkshire Cat Rescue we do whatever we can to reunite lost cats with their owners, and rehome cats with their new forever families - we can’t do this without your help.

Become a Hero today

Each month, you’ll be helping cats like Lorne

This helpless little girl came to us after being found in a garden with what looked like injuries to her back legs and hips - most likely done by a car. The poor thing could barely walk and needed urgent care at the vets. She also had one of the worst cases of fleas we have ever seen, and with her legs being so badly damaged she wouldn't have been able to scratch and must have been so uncomfortable and in so much pain.

Black and white cat with injuries at Yorkshire Cat Rescue