Help Pixi help shelter cats!

Here at Catit, we have a tradition of supporting shelters globally. Did you know that our office cat Pixi was rescued and cared for by a cat rescue organisation before she came to live with us? Our furry mascot Pixi wants her friends in shelters around the world to be able to celebrate the new year with heaps of delicious Catit food and treats, and a ton of toys! However, tiny as Pixi is, she could use a little help. Your help!


Support cats in need by helping the shelter of your choice win an amazing prize pack of Catit items!

Support cats in need by helping the shelter of your choice win an amazing prize pack of Catit items!

How it works

1) enter your favourite shelter in the contest before November 30.
2) voting starts on December 3.

Get all your friends and family to vote for your favourite shelter. The shelters with the most votes on December 15 are given a special prize pack full of Catit goodies!

The prize pack may arrive after Christmas

Latest winners (12/2019)

  • Henry’s Haven
  • Portsmouth Cats Second Chance Animal Rescue
  • The Cat Welfare Group
  • Coventry Cat Group
  • Yorkshire Cat Rescue

Enter here

You do not need to be directly affiliated with the shelter you are entering. Make sure to read the rules before entering.


  • Only “no-kill” or “turn-away*” shelters with cats are admitted entry.
  • A shelter can only win once.

*These are shelters that do not take in cats beyond their capacity, resulting in optimal care and lower kill numbers overall.
Please note this is a generalisation – each shelter is unique and we can’t speak for every specific case. Catit can not be held accountable for any malpractices outside of our control or knowledge. We reserve the right to withhold a prize or discontinue partnership if animal rights are breached in any way.

Prize pack

The prize pack for the winning shelters contains a selection of Catit products worth £100 (contents may vary depending on stock levels).

Lucky winners

There’s nothing more rewarding than seeing happy kitties enjoying themselves with their toys.
Find out which shelters have won a Catit prize pack in the past, and see how their resident cats liked their surprise.