There is hope for abandoned pets and those in danger and that is in the form of pet rescue. These provide a safe environment for pets that have been traumatised through whatever reason. For some they will be able to be rehomed for other they may stay for some time. All these links provide details on pet rescue both locally and nationally.
Animal Support Volunteers
Helping animals in need. Emergency pet sitting in your home in return for a donation. Finding new owners for unwanted cats and dogs. Re-homing feral and outdoor cats. Assisting elderly or disabled people with pet problems. Bereavement help.
We rescue, care for, and re-home unwanted animals. Rescued animals are often in a bad condition. Anim-Mates takes on the responsibility of trying to restore all animals to optimum health
Lincoln Cats In Crisis
Cats In Crisis is based in Lincoln. We are all local people, our sole aim being to aid the unwanted and abandoned cats in the Lincoln area in any way we can. Everybody involved offers their time and help on a totally voluntary basis, no form of payment is taken.
Animals Worldwide seeks to build relationships with the tourist industry in order to harness the eyes, ears and energies of the holiday making and travelling public to identify both good and bad practice.
Cats In Crisis
Cats In Crisis is a new charity group, based in Lincoln. We are all local people, our sole aim being to aid the needy cats of Lincoln in any way we can. We are a small concern and as such do not have limitless resources, but we do what we can, whenever
Lincoln Cat Care
As well as rehoming and giving necessary veterinary treatment to cats in Lincolnshire, we have a comprehensive lost and found list, covering the last five years, and offer many contact numbers by telephone which may be helpful.
Chancepixies Animal Rescue
Chancepixies is a unique animal rescue that exists to stop the stray dog problem at source. We unite breeders and rescue workers to help combat the problem at source.
With this we have a huge variety of on site attributes, such as our impressive facility.
Keighley Cat Care
Our aims: To help abandoned, stray and unwanted cats/kittens find good homes
To help prevent cruelty to cats/ kittens
To educate the public regarding treatment, welfare of cats/kittens and advice on neutering