Weekly Lottery

Only £1 a week for your chance to win one of 200 cash prizes every week!

Along with the weekly cash prizes, you will automatically get entered into a quarterly super draw raffle, with a jackpot prize of a massive £10,000! Not only does the lottery give you a chance to win from one of our many prize draws, but by helping us fundraise you’re also supporting a great cause.

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You could win a variety of cash prizes

7 reasons to play the Weekly Lottery

1 Enter now and you'll be in time for our next £10,000 Super Draw!
2Entering is easy and playing by Direct Debit means you won't miss a draw.
3No need to check, we'll tell you if you win and even pay your prize fund directly into your bank if you pay by direct debit.
4£1,000 top weekly prize to be won
5Just £1 a week to enter (£2 if you want to double your chances).
6Over 10,000 winners every year with 200 cash prizes to be won every week.
7Every week our lottery players' support keeps our doors open to cats and kittens who need our help
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How you'll be helping

The Cats Protection Weekly Charity Lottery is a great way to show your support for cats and kittens in need. For as little as £1 a week you could pay for nutritious food for a starving cat, with our lottery income covering the cost of rehoming over 10,000 cats and kittens. You could help us vaccinate cats against life-threatening illnesses such as Cat Flu, Enteritis and Leukaemia.

 

Elody, Mareep and Marill's story

Our Downham Market Adoption Centre was called to the
rescue of seven cats and kittens when their elderly owner could
no longer look after them.


The three adult cats received treatment for ear-mites, were
neutered and underwent a variety of dental work. They now
each have their own cosy pen giving them the time and space
to recover and become healthy and well again – a luxury they’d
never had previously. All seven kittens were suffering from a bacterial stomach
bug, which can cause a serious stomach disease. They are all
responding well to the care, barrier nursing and the veterinary
medication used to treat the condition. 

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