International Cat Care has published its 2020 annual report, outlining achievements across the charity throughout the year.
Despite the changes to normal ways of working and the uncertainty caused by Covid-19 and a fire at the charity’s office, iCatCare succeeded in making many important steps forward across its activities, including delivering the world’s first virtual feline congress, taking custodianship of International Cat Day, and forming two international panels of experts and a community working to improve the lives of unowned cats around the world.
Lynne Hall, International Cat Care Chair, commented:
“I and the rest of the Board would like thank all our staff for their dedication to International Cat Care during this difficult and challenging year, not only dealing with the pandemic but also the massive disruption from the fire in Tisbury. They, alongside the veterinary community, our partners and all those involved in improving feline welfare around the world, have made the work of International Cat Care possible this year and we thank you all.”
Below is a roundup of iCatCare’s key achievements in 2020 at a glance.