The Siamese Cat Welfare Trust

Registered Charity 1072366

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This page is for stories about our cats.Cats that we have taken in ,cats that you have adopted from us-in fact anything to do with SCWT cats!

Our first story is about one of our cats cared for by Trustee Paula before going to his new home

Meet Toby, he is approximately 7 to 9 months old. He was a stray Siamese wondering Walsall. A local couple contacted us after he was taken to a vets and found unneutered with no microchip. Despite local appeals for his owners, no-one came forward. This is when Al and Ann reached out to the Trust.Once captured, we collected him. When he arrived he was so terrified and would bounce of the cattery walls. He was also very underweightWe had him neutered, vaccinated, chipped and full blood work including FeLV. Luckily apart from being frightened, he is in good health. The veterinary work alone cost nearly £450, plus of course his food etc on top. The Trust rescues many throughout the year and we rely on kind donations from supporters to keep the work going, thank you.Toby has been with one of the Trustees for 6 weeks now, and is about to leave for his new home. He has transformed with the care and kindness of the Trust, he has also gained a kilo in weight. He is so affectionate and loves cuddles and human companionship. He even chases our Trustee for more cuddles and tells her off when she has to leave him.
Special thanks to Al and Ann in Walsall for their pivotal role they played in helping Toby and for their extremely generous donation


Meet Molly, she is an approx 6 years old Blue Point Siamese.She had been a stray since at least June 2023, unchipped. Maybe longer, we just don't know. She turned up in someone's garden in Cheshire area. She had a huge lump on her belly. There was countless attempts to find her owner but nothing.
Thanks to Alison Wright for working with the local scan angel to trap her and meet me with her.The lump was very concerning. She was taken to the vets and had major surgery along with extensive bloods. She had a massive hernia which had been there for some time, likely years due to internal adhesions. She is a very lucky cat, this could have ultimately killed her.She is extremely affectionate. We fully vaccinated her and funded a much needed dental in her new home. She is so dear, she loves attention and wants cuddles.She is now happily homed , ruling the roost and very much loved.