A brave fundraiser from our area aims to raise money for local cats by taking part in a daring skydive !

Anne Bibby is looking forward to the challenge and aims to raise a minimum of £2,000 for Cats Protection’s Bedford & Biggleswade.

We are very grateful for the support we’ve receiving from Anne and her hard work will make a huge difference to local cats.

The flight to jump altitude takes around 15-20 minutes – enough time to take in exhilarating views of the local countryside. Participants will experience 45 seconds of free-fall before reaching speeds in excess of 120mph and finally opening the parachute at around 5,000 feet. Here, they’ll experience a five minute descent, complete with spectacular views and the cheers of fellow jumpers, friends and family.

To sponsor Anne, please visit


Our Lost & Found register is still operational so we can still take details of stray cats to try and identify an owner, but we are currently unable to take stray cats into our care.
We would also advise you contact all other local charities & vet surgeries to report found cats, your local vets should also be happy to scan stray cats to see if they are micro-chipped.