Support us


As a charity, we rely solely on the generosity and kindness of public donations to enable us to go on caring for cats and kittens.

There are many ways you can support the work of the Wrexham Adoption Centre.

Donate Money Direct To The Centre
Your donations really do make the difference and allow us to carry on our work to ensure a bright future for all the cats and kittens in our care

If you would like to donate over the phone, please contact us free on 0800 917 2287

Collect Used Stamps For Us

Did you know that the everyday post that you receive daily could help raise funds for the cats in our care?

If you cut out the stamps from the post you receive, and keep them to one side for us, we can send the stamps off to raise money. Ideally stamps should be cut from the envelope leaving at least half an inch of paper around the entire edge of the stamp. Anything closer and the stamp loses its value, torn or disfigured stamps are of no use as they have no value unfortunately.

Both British and overseas stamps can be sent off, so why not start collecting your used stamps for us today.

Donate goods to our Cats Protection Charity Shop
Our Charity Shop in Wrexham town centre can make use of unwanted gifts, clothes, books, DVD's, CD's, magazines, jewellery and bric-a-brac. At this current time we are unable to accept electrical items or large furniture items. The new shop located at 11 Lord Street and is now open from 9.30am to 5pm Monday to Saturday.  If you have a large donation that needs to be collected please contact the shop directly on 01978 266300. 

We apologise for any inconvenience, but we are no longer able to accept any shop donations to the adoption centre, due to the lack of storage.
This map shows how to get to the Charity shop from the Adoption Centre.

Amazon Wish list
You can now also support us through our Amazon Wish list - this is a list of items that we would be very grateful to receive, including food, toys and consumables for the centre, which you can buy online and can be sent straight to us. Please follow the link!  
Amazon Wishlist

Play The Cats Protection Lottery

Our weekly lottery started in June 2013. For just £1 per play there is a chance to win cash prizes, you can enter more than once if they want to increase your chance of winning! The winners are drawn every Friday and are published on the National Cats Protection website.


Donate cat care items
We are always grateful of items that help keep our Adoption Centre running costs to a minimum. Cat food, toys, beds and carriers, cleaning products such as liquid hand soap, towels, cloths, sheets, bin bags and stationery items such as bubble wrap, A4 paper and pens are always appreciated. We would also appreciate donations of balls of wool, some of our volunteers have been kindly using the wool to make blankets that we can sell at the centre. If you or your business have items to donate, bring them along to our Adoption Centre or Charity Shop.
For information contact our Adoption Centre 01978 313574

Gifts in Wills - Promise of a Lifetime
It is thanks to the wonderful kindness of people who remember Cats Protection in their wills that we are able to carry out much of our day to day work. These special gifts fund more than half of everything we do and are vital to our work helping abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens. We are incredibly grateful for every gift we receive, no matter what the size. Even the smallest gifts help us to provide cats with food, a warm bed, veterinary attention and most importantly of all, find them a loving home.
To discover more about the difference a gift in your will could make to the Wrexham & District Branch of Cats Protection please visit

Donations towards trapping and restraint equipment
In order for us to carry out our TNR work, we require traps to help capture ferals and injured strays. At this current time we are kindly requesting for donations so that we can purchase more traps and other restraint equipment. We would in particular like to purchase gauntlets (protective gloves), traps (to capture feral/injured cats), carrier covers (to help reduce stress in transportation), a crush cage (to restrain difficult cats to inject), a cat trap comb and closing rods for the carriers. This equipment can be purchased from a company called MDC. Please follow the link to view

Conker's Christmas Wish

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone for their support.