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We are inundated with requests to rescue and rehome stray mother cats and their kittens from the East London area.  We help as many as we can but during the height of kitten season it is a struggle to find space for them all.  We are trying to raise £50,000 to construct a Mums and kittens Nursery at our rescue centre and to run it for the first year.  

Two years ago thanks to the very generous legacies of two of our supporters we were able to build an extension to our Canning Town clinic, this included space for a new cattery on the first floor but due to the costs we have had to construct the new cattery in stages. 

 A 15 pen cattery for our adult cats was completed at the beginning of 2017 but we still need the complete the much needed Mums and kittens Nursery. 


PHOTOS (above) The first stage of the new cattery - 15 cattery pens for adult cats has recently been completed - early in 2017. 

The Mums and kittens Nursery will provide a safe for mother cats and their kittens to be cared for in families in a cosy and clean environment.

In an average year we could care for approximately 600 cats and kittens in the Nursery. 

There will be specially designed new cat cabins in the new facility, with hospital style coved flooring to ensure the highest standard of cleanliness. 

We need to raise £50,000 to construct the specialist cattery pens and run the Nursery for a year.

Can you help us build a brighter future for London's cats and kittens?

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Celia Hammond Animal Trust

Canning Town Branch - East London

Veterinary and Neuter Clinic and cat rescue Centre

151 - 153, Barking Road,

Canning Town, London E16 4HQ

Tel: Veterinary Clinic and Rescue Centre: 020 7474 8811

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The Canning Town Branch of the Celia Hammond Animal Trust opened in 1999 with the  objective being the provision of a low cost neuter and vaccination clinic, thus bringing responsible pet ownership within the reach of cat and dog owners in East London.

The centre is now both a busy veterinary clinic providing low cost neutering and veterinary services for pets belonging to owners on benefits or a low income and a busy cat rescue and homing centre for unwanted, abandoned, stray and feral cats.