Cat Rescue @ The Yorkshire Animal Welfare society

If you see an animal in distress, the quickest way to help is to please try and confine it, if safe to do so and get it to us in Queensbury or take it to a local vet and give them our details and please ask them to call us.
If it is trapped or you can't get to it contact us, we will go out and attempt to rescue the distressed animal.
Emergency animal rescue.
07999976403
Would you like help to
re-home your pet

Representatives from the Yorkshire Animal Welfare Society will be in touch with you on the details you provided

 

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Adopted cats through the yorkshire Animal Welfare society

 
 
If you see an animal in distress, the quickest way to help is to please try and confine it, if safe to do so and get it to us in Queensbury or take it to a local vet and give them our details and please ask them to call us.
If it is trapped or you can't get to it contact us, we will go out and attempt to rescue the distressed animal.

Concerned about an animal please fill in the rescue request form please only use the number if you have a genuine animal rescue emergency and leave a message if no answer.

07999976403 questions can be sent to info@yorkshireaws.org 

cat sick and injured advice below

 
 

 Stray cat Information

So you have a stray cat visiting,
find out what to do?

 

 

Do you have a healthy looking Stray visiting?

 

A stray cat has just turned up, and you don't know if it is genuinely lost, firstly before you run to the shop for a tin of food stop! Think? Is this cat a genuine stray cat?

It's in good bodily condition, may have a collar on and looks healthy and clean, this cat is a likely opportunist and doesn't need feeding. Once you feed a cat it will remember and come back; they don't care if they have just left their own house and come for a wander.

Cats roam their territory if you feed this cat on its walk about it will remember, and return every day.

 

If you are worried about a cat? You could make a paper collar with your telephone number and pop it around the cat's on and await a response, also putting a found poster in the local public spaces could help locate an owner as well as taking it down to your local vets to check for a microchip.

 

A prime example we had such an experience, Our street only has about ten neighbours surrounded by fields, We had a cat for 18 years until the cat got sick and the vet advised Putting the cat to sleep.

A couple of days later we answered the door, to a neighbour from the top of our road he was enquiring about his lost cat. 

Always willing to help James asked to see a photo the neighbour was holding, shocked James said it was our cat, the neighbour stated that our cat had also been living at the neighbour's house for six years while his home was only down the road.

Our cat's routine never changed so we hadn't realised that our fat cat had a second home.

 

Please remember not all cats require help, but if you think you have a stray that does get in touch.

 

Lost a Cat read below

 Stray cat Lost & Found below

 

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Yorkshire  Animal Welfare

Unit 2 , Springfield Mill

Oakworth Road

BD21 1SD

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