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100 Club winners for May are as follows:
1st: 50/Nikki Wilkinson - £68.75
2nd: 49/Sue Cook - £41.25
3rd: 25/Karen Mordaunt - £27.50

There were 55 players, and £137.50 has been raised for Romney House:)

Please consider joining our 100 Club, if you don’t already take part! It’s a wonderful way to support Romney House, and helps us to maintain a regular income stream at a very difficult time.

For details, please contact Sharon Stranger
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*JEWELLERY AUCTION – PLEASE SHARE* - Please have a look through the pictures of jewellery in this post and if anything catches your eye please place a bid at whatever price you would like. Please bid by leaving a comment with the number of the item that you are interested in and your bid here (You can donate by going to this page on our website romneyhousecatrescue.org.uk/donate/ and then either using Charity Checkout or Paypal). We will post the items out to you so will have to charge P&P and this will be either a 2nd class letter 65p, or 2nd class large letter 88p, depending on the item/s. Auction closes at 5 pm next Monday 8th June. Many thanks. ...

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Hello everyone. Just a quick reminder that if you shop on Amazon we would really appreciate you using Amazon Smile and supporting us.

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support us every time you shop, at no cost to you:)

To shop at AmazonSmile (which offers millions of eligible products), simply go to smile.amazon.co.uk from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. On your first visit, you need to select a charitable organisation - Romney House! - to receive donations from eligible purchases. Amazon will then donate 0.5% of the net purchase price to us!

You can use the same account on amazon.co.uk and AmazonSmile. Your shopping cart, Wish List, and other account settings are all the same. Add a bookmark to smile.amazon.co.uk to make it even easier to return!

No hassle, no cost to you..... this is a BRILLIANT way to help us raise the money we need to care for our cats and kittens! Enrol today!
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Our very special long term Sanctuary cats are free to live indefinitely in the grounds of Romney House. They get food, shelter, heating and vet care throughout their life. A regular donation can greatly help with the running costs incurred, being able to rely on any amount of stable income really helps Romney House to care for these unhomable cats. You can donate to Wonky or any of our other Sponsor cats using this link bit.ly/2X3vuKk. Thank you! ...

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Wonky

Wonky

Little Wonky arrived with us just before Christmas in 2017.  He came from a cat household who did not neuter, and this resulted in inter breeding, and deformed babies like Wonky.  Both his back legs were the wrong way round from the knee downwards.  But lets not dwell...

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Join our 100 Club

COVID19 APPEAL A few days ago, we launched our COVID-19 Appeal. A regular source of funds is VITAL to us at all times, but never more so than now! To make it easy for you to support Romney House, we have set up a fundraising page on Charity Checkout:...

COVID19

COVID19

COVID19 APPEAL A few days ago, we launched our COVID-19 Appeal. A regular source of funds is VITAL to us at all times, but never more so than now! To make it easy for you to support Romney House, we have set up a fundraising page on Charity Checkout:...

Cliff

Cliff

Cliff came from a very crowded multi-cat household of un-neutered cats, all scared of everybody and everything!  Cliff in particular was nervous, the most affected by his past home!  After some months we felt it was kinder for Cliff to be released to live in our...

Ziggy

Ziggy

One of four very poorly little white kittens from a multi-cat household, close to death with cat flu – enteritis – infected eyes.  This little bunch were  so very poorly!  They slowly regained their strength after lots of care, attention and medication. It took one...

Tammy

Tammy

Tammy was rescued from an awful multicat household where she was living feral with 20 other cats with very well meaning people.  But it was all totally out of control.  None were neutered, they were hiding, cold and hungry. Gradually they were bought to us where they...

Salem

Salem

Friend Salem came to us as a very wild few month old cat.  He was placed in isolation where he would go mad climbing the walls if anyone got near.  Very tricky when it came to cleaning out. After some time it was decided to release him into the local population as...

Franco

Franco

Franco was one of four kittens rescued from Ireland.  They had been abandoned with terribly infected eye conditions! The worst we’ve seen! Poor kittens spent 6 weeks with eye lotions, antibiotics, constant cleaning them up.  Already quite nervous, made it more...

Buster

Buster

Buster came from a factory premises.  He was a young feral kitten in a colony of mixed aged cats. Traumatised and scared we managed to trap him and a few of the others and bring him back to Romney House.  He was quite frightened of people as we are fairly sure they...

Summer

Summer

Summer was living amongst 23 other cats in a multi cat household.  They were all kept in an outbuilding in the damp and cold. They were all interbreeding! When Summer first came to us, she went into a cat house with three of her siblings. She went crazy being so...

Roz

Roz

Little Roz was born at stables with her brother Rolo. Their mother was friendly but the kittens were not handled and became feral.  The owners were worried and wanted the kittens to be out of danger and mum safely neutered and re-homed. After several attempts at...

Snow

Snow

  Snow’s story is a long one and can best be found on Facebook.  He was rescued in Italy after being found in a terrible state. He had some nasty wounds and being a white cat in a hot country had very bad cancerous ears which had become infected. He had to have...

Bluey

Bluey

Bluey came in to Romney House as a small kitten with his feral mother.  Unfortunately she taught him to be scared of humans.   Mum was released and Bluey came into the house to live with a few other cats sharing a bedroom to see if he could become friendly.  He...

Montina

Montina

Looking at this lovely girl you really would not realise what a hard start in life she had.  First its worth noting that she is totally deaf which is not uncommon for white cats. Montina is actually an Italian rescue cat.  She was rescued by Silvana when she was only...

Pookie

Pookie

Little Pookie was found as a stray after her owner had sadly died.  The family members did not make sure Pookie was looked after and just left her in the house with the occasional bowl of biscuit put down.  No change of litter tray. A neighbour alerted her to us. She...

Rocky

Rocky

Rocky has been resident at Romney House for 12 years!  He came from a multi cat household, as a small sick kitten.  The RSPCA had cleared the cats from a home where owners had been evicted. We are not sure how long the cats had been in the home alone, but they were in...

Jet

Jet

Jet came in as a stray with a badly infected eye.  We spent quite a time trying to treat it, but nothing worked and it seemed kinder to have it removed. Jet lives happily with the other cats now although she is still a bit spooked if you approach from her blind side....

Mimo

Mimo

Mimo did in fact not come from Italy, even though he has an Italian name.  He arrived with two other very young kittens of 10 days old. Close to death after their mother had been run over.  The owners had been trying to keep them alive by hand rearing them, but they...

Squiggle

Squiggle

This is little Squiggle a very active confident kitten. Unfortunately when she was born the umbilical cord was tightly wrapped around her paw. It stopped the circulation of blood to her little paw which meant that she lost it very early on. She needed a safe place to...

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