This Raffle is hosted by Shropshire Cat Network

Shropshire Cat Network

The Raffle Winners!

The Raffle has been a huge success. We sold 224 tickets and managed to raise a whopping £1,120. The winning numbers have been chosen by the new vet in town – Rob Tulloch from The Market Town Vet in Oswestry. Thank you, Rob and the very best of luck with your new venture!

  • 1st prize – Cazami Cat Exercise Wheel (Ferris) – won by Karen from Nottinghamshire.
  • 2nd prize – Egyptian Mummy Cat Brooch / Necklace – won by Leigh from North Lanarkshire.
  • 3rd prize – Kit-Cat Klock – won by Anita from East Sussex.
  • 4th prize – Catit Flower Drinking Fountain – won by David from Shropshire.
  • 5th prize – Emotional Healing for Cats book – won by Elizabeth from Bristol.
  • 6th prize – Emotional Healing for Cats book – won by Rafal from Shropshire.

Congratulations to all the winners and also a special THANK YOU to the very generous people who donated such wonderful prizes.

THANK YOU to everyone who took part in the Raffle!

Shropshire Cat Network is a not-for-profit organisation, volunteer run and almost entirely dependent on your generous donations.

We help the unowned cats – the Community Cats – the ferals and strays who have little to no chance of being neutered (or spayed) or of receiving veterinary treatment for illness or injury.

Shropshire Cat Network has set up a Trap-Neuter-Release program which covers the North Shropshire and Wrexham areas.

We have several programs which are part of our TNR program and these include:

Injured Stray Cat Fund
Halfway House for Retired Street Fighters
Community Cat Neighbourhood Watch
Working Cat Project
Orphan Kitten Fund
Hissy Spitty Kitten

We are trying to raise some money so we can buy building materials and other supplies so we can build and equip more pens for our Foster cats and kittens.

Stable block awaiting cat pens

We have an empty stable block in which we can set up some comfortable pens and also space to build some outdoor enclosures.

The more Foster Pens we have the more homeless kitties we can help!

We have some lovely prizes that have been very generously donated to help the waifs and strays, so please take part in our raffle and the very best of luck!

Shropshire Cat Network Raffle


Prize 1

Cazumi Cat Wheel
Cazumi Cat Wheel
Cazumi Cat Wheel

Cazami Cat Exercise Wheel (Ferris Cat Wheel)

Exercise and mental stimulation are vital for the health and well-being of all indoor cats, especially the more energetic breeds, like Bengals.

This fantastic Cazami Cat Exercise Wheel is just the thing for the job!

It is constructed from very strong ABS plastic and is sturdy, durable and easy to clean.

The wheel uniquely runs on 6 high grade skate wheels with quality bearings, so even the lightest of kittens can use it.

The skate wheels are safely housed in the legs and therefore pose no hazard to the cat’s paws. The wheel is extremely stable and does not derail – the design is incredible!

The wheel is lined with self-adhesive, 5mm thick, coloured EVA traction pads that are non-abrasive and provide excellent shock absorbency for your cat’s joints whilst running.

The pads are available in a range of colours.

Pad Colour: The prize is a Cat Wheel with black pads but other colours MAY be available subject to availability.

Delivery / Collection: UK delivery included (excluding the Scottish Highlands)

Prize 2

Gold Egyptian Mummy Pin
Gold Egyptian Mummy Pin

Egyptian Mummy Cat Brooch / Necklace by Museum Reproductions. Inc., Boston, MA

An adaptation of an ancient Egyptian relic from the collections of the Smithsonian Institution.

The cat was sacred in ancient Egypt. It was associated with Bastet, the cat-headed goddess of Bubastis, a city in the north eastern Delta of Lower Egypt. The mummification of cats began around 700 B.C. The wrapping of linen strips were sometimes meticulously designed as on this brooch / necklace which is adapted from a large cat mummy in the National Museum of Natural History’s Old World Archaeological Collection. From the collections of The Smithsonian Institution

Description: Antique 24 KT gold-plated pewter. Height 2 1/4″, Width 1/2″.

Delivery / Collection: UK delivery included. Collection available from Oswestry

Prize 3

kit-Cat Klock
kit-Cat Klock
kit-Cat Klock

The Kit-Cat Klock

He is simply the Original. The Classic Black Kit-Cat has been bringing time to life for over 85 years. His iconic design hasn’t changed since a bow tie was added in the 1950s. His timeless character and durable craftsmanship is sure to earn a place on your family’s walls for generations to come.

The original size classic edition stands 40cm tall, head to tail. His rolling eyes, wagging tail, and contagious smile are sure to bring joy, laughter, and memories to any room.

KitCat Creed

“Put a smile on everyone’s face, love in everyone’s heart,
Energy in everyone’s body and be a positive force in everyone’s life!”

Kit-Cat Klocks have been made in America exclusively by the California Clock Company since 1932.

This is the clock featured in Stranger Things series 3 on Doris Driscoll’s wall. You will also spot him in Honey I Shrunk the Kids and Back to The Future.

Delivery / Collection: UK delivery included / Collection available from Oswestry

Prize 4

catit Drinking Fountain

Catit Flower Drinking Fountain

Keep your cat hydrated with this lovely Catit drinking fountain

  • 3 water flow settings for picky drinkers
  • Fresh flowing water which cats naturally prefer to standing water
  • Triple action filter to help prevent urinary tract infection
  • Small energy-efficient pump (costs less than 5p per day to run)
  • Holds 3L of water
  • Made of BPA-free materials
  • Easy to disassemble and clean
  • With water level indicator

Delivery / Collection: UK delivery included / Collection available from Oswestry

Prize 5 & 6

Emotional Healing for Cats

A wonderful book by Stephan Ball & Judy Howard

Cats have their ups and downs, just like people. Emotional Healing for Cats tells you what to do on the down days, including how to:

  • Help your cat adjust to change and deal with illness and anxiety
  • Deal with behavioural problems
  • Understand life from your cat’s point of view

With a full guide to selecting Bach Flower Remedies and advice on other complementary therapies that can contribute to your cat’s emotional health, Emotional Healing for Cats is the definitive guide to a balanced life for all your feline friends.

Stefan Ball and Judy Howard are world experts on Dr Bach and his work. They teach practitioner level courses at the Bach Centre in England and have written widely on flower remedies and the complementary approach to health.



100% of the donations go directly to Shropshire Cat Network

Shropshire Cat Network is a not-for-profit organisation, entirely volunteer run, and almost entirely dependent on generous donations from the public.

Each Raffle entry is £5 – to be paid via PayPal Donate

You can enter and donate as much as you like – We will put a ticket into the hat for every £5 of your generous donation, so you have more chances to win!


You may also donate in person with cash, send a cheque or pay via BACS. Email for details.

The raffle closes to entries on the 29th September 2020 and will be drawn by Veterinarian Rob Tulloch, The Market Town Vet in Oswestry on the 30th September 2020.

Winners will be emailed at the email address they used for their PayPal Donations and then postage/collection can be arranged.

Please enter – Tell all your friends – Best of luck!

Shropshire Cat Network