The aim of Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue (Scottish Charity No SC041871) is to ease the suffering of abandoned and stray cats and kittens in and around Edinburgh and Fife. We are a small, family run cat rescue who dedicate our efforts to promoting good welfare practices for cats and to helping those cats and kittens in our care back to health, so that we may find them a new loving forever home.
Our core focus is those cats living stray on the streets, the sick, injured and infirm who need special care to heal. We specialise in the hand rearing of infant and orphaned kittens and are on hand to offer advice on any aspects of cat care to the public through our Cat Care Advice Line and our Cat Care Centre.
“We cannot create a better world for the cats of tomorrow if we do not seek to educate those around us of the wonders and responsibilities of caring for a cat as part of your family unit.”
Sarah Ross, Co Founder
Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue relies entirely on the generosity of the public to provide our vital services to sick, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in the region. Without your help we could not help the hundreds of cats and kittens we save every year. We would be most grateful if you would consider a donation to help us further our work and save more lives.
Thank you for visiting our website and we hope you will enjoy reading more about the important work we do at Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue and the many lives we make bettter for the future by providing refuge and care. As our motto says;
“Refuge and Care When Nobody is There”
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Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue have current vacancies for volunteer cattery assistants at the rescue. Shifts available are mainly weekday however some weekend shifts are also available. To learn more about this opportunity and what’s involved please visit our volunteering section of the website here.