Donating just £2 per month
can help us make the difference between life or death for a cat or kitten in need.
Please, if you can, consider a regular small donation either
by standing order or our online charity donation pages.
If you are a UK Taxpayer please
consider Gift Aiding your charity
donation to make it go even further.




©Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue 2012
Feline Fund / New Rescue Centre
70 Bank Street, Lochgelly
Fife, KY5 9QN

Tel 01592 783732


Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue (SC041871) rescue, rehabilitate and rehome cats and kittens from the Fife, Edinburgh and Lothian areas. We specialise in cases requiring extensive Ali the Kitten. Saved from deaths door by Sunny Harboru Cat Rescue.nursing care, behavioural problems and the hand rearing of infant kittens. We regularly take in cats in desperate need of help ‘out of area’ from Oban to Glasgow and even as far south as Birmingham, where there has been a need for our specialist care.

We are a family run Charity with the welfare of the cats at the forefront of all we do. We offer an advice line to the public on all aspects of cat care and welfare and work tirelessly all year round to raise the funds required to provide high level of care to all felines in our care.

We are now to embark on an ambitious project to create a purpose built facility to help cope with the ever increasing number of cats and kittens in need throughout the area as existing rescue facilities, including Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue are struggling to cope with current resources.

Despite our efforts to help cats and kittens and their owners, the problem of unwanted pets continues to get worse each year. Our minimal facilities and restricted space are struggling to cope with now option to expand in our current location.

We have launched this appeal for help to raise the vital funds to purchase land and build the dedicated centre we have always envisaged for the future. Please help us if you can to protect the cats and kittens of the future through sponsorship, fundraising and any other ways you can think to help us.

Donating just a few pounds each month would help us to build a new centre for the future centred around our NO KILL policy and dedicated rehabilitation services whilst encompassing essential education of cat owners and especially children, the adults of tomorrow. 

Our current goal is to raise £750K to purchase land and begin building works.


Feline Fund Project - Raising Funds to build a new cat rescue centre