About Lost Cats Brighton

Lost Cats Brighton is a registered charity, run by a small team of dedicated volunteers committed to reuniting lost cats from Brighton & Hove and the surrounding areas, via a free online 'Lost, Found & Reunited' register on this website and via our Facebook page.  

The charity is also committed to helping unwanted and homeless cats in the Brighton and Hove area. Our cats are fostered short-term in private homes prior to finding them a permanent home and long-term if they are elderly with health issues.  All our adult cats are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and receive flea and worming treatments and any other veterinary treatment required whilst in our care.  
 
Lost Cats Brighton also aims to  educate the public in feline welfare via the sharing of information about topics such as neutering and microchipping.

Lost Cats Brighton was founded by Ron Ayres in 2000 and has rescued, rehomed and reunited hundreds of cats over the years.  Ron sadly passed away in January 2017 and the charity passionately continues Ron's work and legacy.

Mission statement

Lost Cats Brighton aims to relieve the suffering and distress of cats and kittens, by rescuing abandoned, unwanted, mistreated, injured and homeless cats and kittens, providing veterinary care, food, accommodation as necessary, but with the ultimate aim of rehoming healthy animals wherever possible.

In addition, we work to trap, neuter and return feral cats, and to educate the public in feline welfare as well as helping to reunite lost cats with their owners.

Lost Cats Brighton operates a strictly ‘NO KILL’ policy.

Lost Cats Brighton founder Ron Ayres

1938 - 2017

Remembered always