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We Welcome All Cats

We provide a safe and peaceful haven for unwanted, disabled and traumatised cats and rely solely on the generosity of the public. If you don't like old age or imperfections this is not the place for you.
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Here you can meet a selection of the residents living at the sanctuary and read a little bit about them. Although primarily being a cat sanctuary, we have wide range of animals living out their lives here from a Shetland pony to a rabbit and from geese, turkeys, hens and ducks to our dogs, all of which have been rescued from unpleasant situations. You can either click on one of the pictured cats or click ‘meet all our sponsor cats’ below to view our sponsorship page where you can sponsor one of our cats.

Ways to Help

There are many ways you can help support our work here at the sanctuary. Take a look at the options below to choose the way in which you would like to help us.

Alternatively, to send a one-off donation of any amount to us you can use this Donate button to make your donation via PayPal.

About Mann Cat Sanctuary

A safe haven for unwanted, disabled & traumatised cats

Our Christian values teach us that every life is precious and that’s why Mann Cat has a strict non      destruct policy. Please enjoy this video which gives you a tour of our sanctuary. You can also follow this ink to hear from our volunteers about their day-to-day activities and what you can expect when you visit us

Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace.

– Albert Schweitzer

Enjoy a tour of the sanctuary with our information video, filmed in the summer of 2023
Hear from some of our volunteers about their day-to-day jobs and what their roles involve
Live Webcams

The sanctuary has four webcams that enable you to watch the day to day happenings here. They play a live feed 24/7 and give a lot of pleasure to many people around the world. All the cleaning takes place during the morning hours, in the afternoons you’ll see the volunteers keeping the cats company and grooming them and feeding time is generally between 5pm-7pm.