Feline Care Cat Rescue

In November 2014 we picked up a couple of kittens from our local cat rescue centre, Feline Care Cat Rescue in East Harling, Norfolk.

Feline Care are a charity organisation supported entirely by donations and voluntary work. I thought I would like to give something back but cleaning out the litter trays didn’t really appeal, so I decided to visit on a regular basis to photograph their 100+ residents so they would have some great photographs of their cats for use on their website, very active facebook page and in the local press.

Take a look at the sessions I have photographed with them below.

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Feline Care Part 8 – Helen’s Kittens

Helen has some more little bundles of joy ready for adoption – how can you resist them? If you are looking forSee more »

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Feline Care Part 7 – May 2015

Usually when I visit Feline Care I’m trying to capture as many of the indoor cats as I can, this month I decidedSee more »

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Feline Care Easter Fundraiser

Have some fantastic photographs of your cats and other pets taken this Easter and raise money for Feline Care at theSee more »

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Feline Care Part 6 – Helen’s new kittens

Back to Helen’s for a double dose of kitten cuteness. First up 3 older kittens with an interest in photography,See more »

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Feline Care Part 5 – March 2015

Time for another visit to Feline Care, not many new residents so I took a few more of some of theirSee more »

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Feline Care Part 4 – Helen’s Little Cat Diaries

I took another trip to see Helen who fosters kittens for Feline Care, you can check out her facebook page here HerSee more »

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Feline Care Part 3 – January 2015

My first visit to Feline Care in 2015, to photograph some of the new residents.  Molly told me they had rehomed 35 catsSee more »

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Feline Care Part 2 – December 2014

I was back at Feline Care again this week to photograph some more of their residents and some new arrivals, I thinkSee more »

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Feline Care Part 1 – November 2014

Anyone unfortunate enough to receive my Facebook feed will have been flooded with photos of the two kittens we pickedSee more »