Our shelter is part of the Cats Protection leading feline welfare charity. We are one of a network of adoption centres and volunteer-run branches covering the UK. We rescue and rehome stray and unwanted cats in the Central Scotland area from our base at the Marion Hunter Cat Adoption Shelter which is situated in Fishcross on the A908 between Alloa and Tillicoultry.
Sooty and Sweep are our stars of National Black Cat Day
This October 30 is National Black Cat Day and we're celebrating everything that's wonderful about black cats!
Cap Protection centres and branches around the UK have thousands of monochrome moggies which, despite being just as wonderful as every other colour of cat, are often overlooked just because they are black.
Cats like our Sooty and Sweep (pictured left) who came into the shelter a few weeks ago. Since then no-one has really looked at them with
a view to adoption.
They are not in the first flush of youth but they are lovely sister who have always been together. Sadly their owner became very ill and Sooty and Sweep became very sad. They are missing their comfy chairs and a pair of trustworthy knees to sit on. It's been a difficult time for the pair, uprooted from their home and separated from their beloved owner.
Sooty and Sweep are looking for a quiet forever together home where they can be safe and where they can give and receive lots of love and cuddles.
Find out more about Sooty and Sweep in our Adopt a Cat section.
The shelter and shop are open Thurs and Fri 1-3pm; Sat and Sun 1-4pm.
THANK YOU TO OSCAR AND BANDIT FOR THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT. IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED BY THE SHELTER CATS.
PLEASE DO NOT BRING A CAT TO THE SHELTER UNLESS BY PRIOR AGREEMENT WITH SANDRA WHO IS IN CHARGE OF ALL ADMISSIONS.
WE DO OPERATE A WAITING LIST. ONCE YOU ARE ON THE LIST YOU CAN CONTACT US AND WE WILL BE HAPPY TO GIVE YOU AN UPDATE ON WHERE YOU ARE ON THE LIST PLUS AN ESTIMATE OF WHEN WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO TAKE YOUR CAT IN.