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Membership of the Charity is open to anyone over the age of 16 and is
included with the Club membership or can be taken out separately if
required. Full details can be found later. Members who are also Club members  receive full Club benefits. Members who are solely members of the charity will receive an annual
report together with the right to attend and vote at the AGM, usually held in May or June of each year.

The Charity began life as the welfare arm of the Club and became a
separate Registered Charity--number 1049984--in October 1995.

The Charity offers financial assistance with emergency veterinary fees to
local cat owners in receipt of State Benefit and from time to time launches special projects such as the very successful 1999 neutering and vaccination campaign which was funded by a grant from the
National Lotteries Charity Board.

Funding is mainly via the Club with the proceeds from the Club stall at various cat shows, our own Show each year, membership, donations and the occasional sponsored event or raffle.

Donations of money or offers of help are always appreciated, no matter how small, and donations can be made to our main address with cheques or Postal Orders being made payable to SRPCC Cat Welfare Trust.


Over 300 cats were helped during our 1999 neutering and vaccination campaign.
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Sometimes our help can mean the difference between an owner keeping or losing a beloved pet.

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