Our Welfare Work

The welfare of Burmese cats is of vital importance to all members of the Association and we aim to provide practical advice, guidance and support whenever there is a problem, however large or small.

So please Contact Us if you need help.

If you want to discuss problems with your cat’s health or behaviour we can offer advice and practical suggestions based on many years of welfare experience.

Should your circumstances change and you can no longer keep your Burmese for whatever reason, we can provide support and assistance through our Rehoming Service.  When the need is urgent, we are able to provide temporary accommodation in one of our safe houses until the right new home is found. If a lost Burmese is returned to us we can keep it in a safe house until it can be reunited with its owner.

If you have lost or found a Burmese please notify our Lost and Found Officer, as soon as possible.  Our Lost and Found Register is updated regularly and you will find an excellent checklist of practical things to do on the Catchat Website.

We could not carry out effective welfare work without the voluntary involvement of our members who help with driving, accommodation and many other tasks. Welfare work can become very expensive when, for example, a rescue cat needs urgent veterinary attention or a safe house needs repair.  If you can, please make a donation to Support Our Work through our Charitable Trust: no matter how small, it will be greatly appreciated.

If you would like to consider a legacy, please contact our Chairman.

 

The Burmese Cat Association Welfare Fund is approved as a Charitable Trust by HM Revenue and Customs, Reference Number XT35884.