We will be fundraising at Pets at Home Cramlington on the following dates:
Could you take care of one of our cats looking for a home?
All we ask for is your time.
Cats in foster care must be kept indoors until a new home is found.
Giving them up when a new home is found can be difficult but without foster carers more animals have to be turned away from rescues everyday.- Every time your foster cat finds a new home it is another opportunity for you to help another needy cat
Looking for foster homes especially in South East Northumberland and North Tyneside areas to help keep our transport costs down.
Foster homes with resdient cats are welcome but they must be fully vaccinated to protect them
Volunteers from PARRT were invited to a garden party at Alnwick Castle by the Duchess of Northumberland.
The party, held on Wednesday 22nd June, recognised the work of carers and volunteers in Northumberland.
Several of our volunteers had the honour of being presented to The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen and the Duke both asked our volunteers about the work that we do, and when told that we care for cats and kittens, the Duke responded with good humoured, “YUK!!”- obviously he’s not a cat lover!
The Queen was escorted by Alan Shearer around the castle and gardens much to the delight of the large crowds.
PARRT joined with PAWS volunteers for the Royal meet and greet and were pleased to be interviewed by REAL radio and Tyne Tees and BBC news teams.
Welcome to the PARRT website – PARRT are the People’s Animal Rescue and Rehoming Team. We work in the North East area around Northumberland to help care for and rehome cats, dogs and other animals.
Please find below a list of our current animals that are looking for a home – if you wish to apply to look after them, please contact us.