Help them get the love they deserve

With the recent massive increase in energy, food and vet bills, it's costing more than ever to care for our cats. But there's a way you can help.

By playing our weekly lottery, you can help us to ensure our lost and abandoned animals are looked after, whilst also being in with a chance of winning up to £10,000 each week.

The Sheffield Cats Shelter

By playing our lottery, you will provide cats and kittens with safe refuge, medical treatment and the care they deserve until they can be placed in a home.

Zelda arrived with us after she was sadly left outside a vets in a cardboard box. After receiving care at our shelter, she found the loving home she deserves.

Support us in less than a minute

No need to find your purse - all you need to play our lottery is your mobile number!

Your £2 per week entry can be added to your phone bill, or you can set up a standing order from your bank account.

About our lottery

Playing our lottery is a fun and simple way to care for stray and unwanted cats and kittens.

Miss Jackson arrived with us after losing her elderly owner. After receiving some dental treatment, she is now ready to find a new home.

Stay in control with simple payments

Enter quickly using just your mobile phone number. Once entered, we'll send a text message from 72700 to you. To stop playing, simply follow the link in the text message.

How can we give away cash prizes?

Prizes are paid by our lottery provider, so there is no risk of us being out of pocket!

What can I win?

In the Jackpot Draw, if you match 6 numbers in the same position, you’ll win £10,000. Match 2 or more numbers to win 5 additional entries into the next Bonus Draw.

In the Bonus Draw, tickets are selected at random. There is one £500 winner and 5 £100 winners every single week.

"By playing our lottery you’ll help provide shelter, vet treatment and essential care to cats and kittens in Sheffield and beyond!"
- Nick Holland, The Sheffield Cats Shelter


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