About Kings Heath Cat Club
What is Kings Heath Cat Club?
Kings Heath Cat Club was initially established as a group on Facebook in 2012 for people to share pictures of their cats, ask for advice and seek support. The group now has over 7,000 followers and has expanded to a fully fledged rescue, helping rescue stray, feral and abandoned cats across Birmingham.
KHCC help hundreds of cats every single year, taking on abused, abandoned, stray and injured cats who often have lived on the streets for a long time, and would otherwise stand very little chance.
The small, dedicated team rehabilitates every animal, ensuring their clean bill of health and then rehoming them, where possible.
Before they can be rehomed they’re vaccinated, neutered, blood tested, flea & worm treated, and microchipped, with each cat costing the rescue hundreds if not thousands in vet bills per cat.
Kings Heath Cat Club does not only rescue domestic cats, they also help rescue and rehabilitate feral cats. Feral cats help to spread diseases to cat populations around Birmingham and are often repopulating.
Kings Heath Cat Club strives to rescue and rehabilitate as many cats as possible from the streets of Birmingham! and runs solely on the good will of the team and their supporters.