Welcome to Rushden Persian Rescue (Rescue and Rehoming of Persian and Pedigree Cats)

Rushden Persian Rescue

Cat Rescue and Rehoming Charity

Appointment Times: 11.00 am - 4.00 pm (Wed-Sun)

Telephone Lines: 9.00 am - 6.00 pm (Wed-Sun)

Please note that the rescue is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Watch out for auctions on our Facebook Group - held every Wednesday.

Welcome to Rushden Persian Rescue

imageRushden Persian Rescue (RPR) is an established registered Charity based in Rushden (Northamptonshire) for the rescue and re-homing of Persian (and occassionally subject to space) other pedigree cats in Northamptonshire and the surrounding areas.

  1. lorna reast said:

    lovely photos

  2. Shirley said:

    Hi Patsy
    Hope things are going well for you in the Rescue… Fudge, the Persian girl I adopted from you continues to do well and is a constant joy to my household. We’d like to wish you and your wonderful team a Happy Christmas and a Successful and Peaceful New Year. Lots of Love from Shirley and my lovely Persian babies Fudge and Milo xxx

  3. Melanie and Allan said:

    Hi Patsy and team!
    Just a little update on Rafi who is absolutely gorgeous and is the apple of our eyes! As I remember you said he was going to be a big lad and he is according to our vet! He is so loving and loves his food, being brushed and giving me face snuggles! Thank you so much for introducing him to us because he is really a delightful little cat.

  4. Patricia Rees said:

    Hi Patsy
    We’re the family who adopted Misty from you a few years ago now & spoke recently about finding a Maine Coon cat….. well we adopted one from Jean. We called him Dudley & Misty accepted him well. Of course Misty is the boss !
    We’re so pleased to have them both in our family.
    Thank you so much for your help & support xxx

  5. Karen Drayton said:

    We adopted Hugo, a white chinchilla persian (whose original name was Meeko) in 2008. He is an amazing cat and an absolute joy to us. Basically head of the house now! Thanks to Patsy and all at Rushden for the fantastic work you do. We would adopt more but unfortunately Hugo won’t have any of it but it doesn’t stop me looking!

  6. M Skipper said:

    I bring sad news of Daisy, a british blue we rehomed from yourselves back in 2011-12. She recently developed an aggressive tumour between her eyes/nose. No expense was spared in trying to bring her back to health and comfortable, but in the end there was nothing more the vets could do to save her. She was laid to rest 22/04/2016. We now have a hole in our hearts where a cat should fit. RIP Daisy, and thank you for being a part of our family for the last 4 years.

    • SARAH PURSLOW said:

      I have just seen your post about loosing you precious cat. I don’t know whether you have filled the void that was left yet but I have a beautiful mainecoone that I am being forced to re home as my partner has developed a severe breathing problem because of her. Please let me know if you could give a loving home to my baby. Kind regards Sarah

      • Admin
        Admin said:

        Hello Sarah, if you still want our help please contact us.

  7. Lorraine matson said:

    Hi, we adopted Cienna a tortoiseshell Persian from you a while back and I just wanted to let you know she is doing fine. From the timid shaved little lady who wasn’t very keen on being fussed, she is now a beautiful bold cat who demands a cuddle all the time. She settled in well with our other Persian but now definately rules the roost. Would not be without her. Thank you so much xx

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