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Welcome to our site.

We aim to help to find new forever homes for cats but also support their owners with veterinary care.

We also help people with vet bills and support people with getting their animals neutered.

This website was update on 11th May 2020.  Thank you for all those who have supported us and to those who have given homes to cats in need of a new start.

Please also visit us on Facebook via my page and request to be part of the Leek Home for Strays group.  You can also write a review via google or by using our comments page.

Nicola Gilman

Lead Trustee for the Leek Home for Strays

COVID-19

To help in the government’s attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19 and therefore protect our NHS and support all key workers: this charity shops remain CLOSED until further notice.

Please do not leave any items outside the shop as our volunteers will not be sorting donations.  This is to protect our volunteers.

We will continue to support the animals, provide veterinary care in partnership with Ralf Konen (Leek Vets) and provide a safe place for those animals currently in our care.

If you wish to donate food, make a voluntary contribution towards our work or need help please contact Nicola on 0779169395.  If I am unable to answer please leave a voice mail and we will get back to you.

Above all in these unprecedented times we hope that you stay safe.

If anyone has a veterinary emergency and are self isolating then please contact us in the following ways and we will try our very best to help:

Text starting URGENT VET HELP NEEDED to 07791693954

I am certain that as a community of animal lovers we will be able to support each other during these most challenging times.
We are trying our best to respond quickly to urgent messages.
I have been asked the question ‘Is hand sanitiser harmful to my pets?” Please be aware that

TOXICITY TO PETS

Hand sanitizer, which is typically unpalatable to pets, often contains ethanol (e.g., alcohol). Like other types of alcohol, a large ingestion of hand sanitizer can cause lethargy, vomiting, incoordination, weak respirations, and dangerous drops in blood sugar, blood pressure and body temperature. Severely intoxicated animals can potentially experience seizures and respiratory failure.
The following link maybe useful…
Stay safe