Crescent Cat Rescue
The Rescue is totally dependant on public donations in order to continue its work. We receive no funding of any kind from any government source or other National Cat Rescue organisations. We are therefore very gratefull for any donations however small. We are also pleased to accept tins of cat food or biscuits that you may no longer require or simply want to donate. These can be left at the rescue by prior arrangement or Clacton Electronics, Meredith Road, Clacton. There is currently also a donation bin if the foyer at the Clacton Asda Store.
If you have a PayPal account and would care to make a cash donation however small please click on the PAYPAL DONATE link below.
We would like to say a massive thank you to Angela for her substantial donation from her sponsership after participating in the London Marathon this year (2013). We would like to also congratulate her on her achievement.
Pictured below are two of her cats that came from here - obviously they dont seem to have the same energetic lifestyle as Angela!
Many thanks to THE CLACTON CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION for their most generous donation.
It is very much appreciated.
Many thanks to Sandy and Bill for your continued financial support to the rescue even after your retirements your donations are most greatfully received
Angela and her husband Richard completed the Colchester half marathon in March 2014 and have made another substantial donation to us as a result of her successfull run. We would like to thank her once again for her continued support to our rescue. Also to her friend Carole who has also sent a donation.
Pictured here with our donation bin is Hayley Shuttleworth the Community Champion (At that the time)in the ASDA CLACTON STORE All items that find themselves in the bin are most gratefully recieved here at the rescue. Many thanks to ASDA for helping us in this way and to Becky Clark for organising this.
Some pictures from a recent successful Table Top event held in the local Scout Hut.
The recent fashion shoe organised by our volunteer Lisa Anderson was a succesful evening with £535 being raised for the cats and kittens in our care.