Sunday saw Feline Care in East Harling celebrate its Summer Open Day with a mix of ukuleles and magic – raising £4,485 in the process.
More than 400 visitors turned out for the open day and were treated to a range of stalls, food and drink and entertainment.
The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding entertain visitors with music and magician Alan Nunn dazzled audiences with close up magic.
There was also a surprise appearance from BBC Radio Norfolk, who had hidden a clue at the sanctuary for their Sunday morning Treasure Quest.
Feline Care’s Molly Farrar said: “We are delighted to have raised so much and had such a good day all thanks to our amazing team.
“A massive thanks to everyone who came to show their love for cats and support for our work.”