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Our Young Ambassador, Storm Burgess wins the Daily Mirror Young Animal Hero Award 2017.
Following the success of MOGSTOCK last year, our supporter, Phil Elsey, has organised MOGSTOCK 17, which will be held on 30 September 2017. Here, he tells us about the concert and shares his memories of the rock music scene in Sheffield.
We are continuing our 120-year anniversary by taking our exhibition to the Art House for two weeks from Friday 1st September 2017.
Are you looking for an interesting and varied role working with animals? Do you have management/supervisory experience? Yes? Then read on.
8 August 2017 is World Cat Day and to mark this occasion we are holding a summer raffle.
To mark our 120th birthday, we are holding an Open Day on Sunday 6th August. Please come along and help us to celebrate.
The Summer is popular time to move home, and although it can be exciting venture for homeowners, it can be traumatic for cats.
One Week To Go… We would love it if you could join us for the grand unveiling of The Sheffield Cats Shelter’s brand new logo, to commemorate 120 years caring for cats.
In recognition of National Volunteers week, (1-7 June) we have invited Barbara, one of our loyal supporters, to share her experience with us.
When adopting and taking home a new kitten there are some important steps to take to ensure that it is happy and well.
“Without the donations the charity wouldn’t be possible so I’m only too happy to help get the donations to where they need to be” Simon started volunteering for us when he took voluntary redundancy from his job, of 18 years, as a science technician. Congratulations are in order as he’s just started his new job, […]
A Happy Mother’s Day to all our supporters who are mums. If you are an expectant mum, are you worried about being pregnant with a cat in the house?
It will soon be time for the Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge and this year Ray Smith is taking up this challenge to help raise vital funds for the Sheffield Cats Shelter.
A lot of people are put off from adopting a cat with health issues, and FIV is the top of the list. But there is nothing to be frightened of.
As Valentine’s Day approaches love is in the air and kitten season is just around the corner.
New Year celebrations maybe a vague memory by now, but the Chinese community is looking forward to their celebrations.
If you are thinking of adopting from us, this information should help you prepare for your visit. You may also find the FAQ’s useful too. You must be over 18 to adopt from us.
Need to report your cat as lost/missing? Add their description to the Sheffield RSPCA database. Print out posters/flyers Include; a clear picture of your cat, a description and your contact details Note any distinguishing features e.g. One eye, white moustache, one white paw, pink collar etc. Ask neighbours to look out for your cat and check in their sheds, garages and […]
Thinking of rehoming your cat? This is a big decision to make, and one not to be taken lightly. Taking on any pet is a lifetime commitment, and every effort should be made to see that the cat/animal is well cared for, happy and healthy. Rehoming is extremely stressful for the cat as well as […]