Lincolnshire Trust for Cats

Situated on the outskirts of the village of Osgodby, The Lincolnshire Trust for Cats has a rescue facility for cats that through various circumstances have become homeless or abandoned. The centre also has a retirement home for the older cat.

The Trust was founded in January 1999 by Jain Hills.

The Trust operates from premises set in seven acres. The main buildings incorporate south facing accommodation for the retired residents, hospital facilities, operating room, isolation unit and two outside buildings for the farm cats awaiting new homes.

Jain is now the voluntary administrator and a trustee. The Trust employs a cattery Manager and three part time members of staff. A veterinary surgeon works on site. The Trust has also taken on two young people on the apprenticeship scheme.

And don't forget to visit us on the 1st Saturday in September for our annual Open Day!