Helping cats in Leicestershire

We are a self funded cat rescue set up in 2016 helping stray, unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens in Leicestershire and the UK.  We network with other like minded rescues and we could not do the work that we do without them. If you adopt a rescue cat you help 2 cats as you make room for the cat that is waiting to come in.  We carry out homechecks for all the cats that come into our care, All our cats are neutered/spayed, healthchecked, vaccinated, chipped and assessed before rehoming.


If you are looking for a cat or kitten to join your family please get in touch as even if we don't have something suitable in we may be able to put you in touch with another rescue that does.


We are currently in the process of raising funds to build a cattery so that we can start our TNR scheme if you would like to help us raise those funds please donate via paypal to nikkiscatrescue@gmail.com  chose friends and family and mark cattery pens.  We are also always in need of fosterer homes so if this is something you think you might be able to help us with we would love to hear from you, a homecheck will be required. cat food, litter and other cat related items are always welcomed, along with anything we can use for raffles or tombolas to helps us raise funds to keep doing the work we do.

Welcome

​​If you would like your dog or cat microchipped please get in touch all proceeds go towards the rescue cats in our care. We can also offer a cat sitting service for a donation towards the cats in our care.

Nikki's Cat Rescue



Casey & Sunny are still looking for their forever home.  They are fully vaccinated, neutered and chipped.  These two have come on so much during their time with us.  When they first came to us poor Sunny could not stop shaking when having his vet check.  Now whilst still not fully comfortable with being touched he no longer shakes.  Casey is a lot braver than Sunny and now is beginning to enjoy being fussed. He is still a bit skittish however but when food is around he will approach and be fussed and when he is settled in a comfy spot as long as you move slowly he will stay put and even close his eyes and has been known to forget himself and purr briefly before his eyes open again and he remembers he isn't supposed to like it!