Cats Protection News
Quiz Night Success17-Aug-2015
On Friday, 14th August, Cats Protection Camberley and District ran their 2nd annual quiz night at Bistro 19, Blackwater Valley Golf Club.The evening was a huge success with over 80 people joining in the quiz and a massive £970.50 was raised for the branch.Sarah Lewis, Media Officer said "we are totally overwhelmed by the support received by members of the public and our own volunteers coming...
Laura takes a dive for Cats Protection!11-Mar-2015
Local cat lover does sponsored Sky Dive to raise cash for the kitty!
Cat-lover Laura Hale is doing a sponsored Sky Dive on 19th August to raise funds for Cats Protection’s Camberley & District branch.
Laura is doing the Sky Dive to help the branch look after and find homes for many unwanted felines in desperate need of new homes.
The tandem skydive is due to be made at Old Sarum Airfield, ...
Izzy & Trilby - Happy Ever After23-Feb-2015
This is a guest article from Jacqui and Kevin, who adopted two cats from us in November 2013.
Getting two 3-year old rescue cats from Camberley Cats Protection has brought some angst, some changes, and great joy to our lives.
In Autumn 2013, a cat who'd befriended us stopped visiting. We missed her greatly. Eventually we decided it we needed one of our own; it wasn't fair to keep borrowing ...
Find your perfect partner this Valentine’s Day with Cats Protection09-Feb-2015
As Valentine’s Day approaches we are appealing to people to spare a thought for the many homeless felines who need to meet that special someone.
We currently have 10 felines in our care who are all desperate to find a home.
We are now calling on potential owners to celebrate the most loving day of the year by finding a new pet.
Sarah Lewis, Media Officer said: “Just like humans, cats are ...
Purring the blues away14-Jan-2015
The UK’s leading feline welfare charity Cats Protection is releasing a recording of cats’ purring to ease the stress of Blue Monday (19 January) – often dubbed the most depressing day of the year.
A cat’s purr is widely recognised as having therapeutic benefits for humans so can help combat the inevitable January gloom, brought on by cold weather, unpaid Christmas bills and failed New Year ...
Out with the old...07-Jan-2015
It is that time of year when we start collecting items for us to sell at carboot sales, fetes and online so we can raise money to support local cats in 2015.
If you have any unwanted Christmas gifts, or are replacing older items with new ones, please consider us.
Depending on your location, we can usually collect these items for you so you don't even need to leave the house.
Please contact us ...
£300 for the kitty!15-Dec-2014
We would like to say a massive thank you to everybody who donated at our Asda Street Collection in Farnborough on Saturday 13th December.
We were over whelmed by the support of the local community and as well as raising £300 for our branch, we also had a lot of food donated for the cats.
Harry, our mascot was so happy with the response from local children and had a great day meeting you all, ...
How to keep your feline in purr-fect shape this Christmas 01-Dec-2014
Christmas is fast approaching and many of us are preparing to eat, drink and be merry. However, Cats Protection’s Camberley & District Branch advises owners to think twice before they offer their pet cat a tasty titbit from the dining-room table.
“Overfeeding will cause a cat to become overweight, placing a strain on his joints and risking health problems such as diabetes,” explained Sarah ...
Survey reveals the extent of pet fear during fireworks displays 17-Oct-2014
Cats Protection’s Camberley & District Branch and Dogs Trust are jointly issuing fireworks advice in the light of a survey which shows that as many as two thirds of the nation’s cats and dogs are spooked by sparklers and worried by rockets.
The survey of 3,750 pet owners shows more than half of cats (57 per cent) and two thirds of dogs (66 per cent) display signs of fear and, as a ...
Remember, remember…your cat during fireworks season
Cats Protection’s Camberley & District Branch has issued advice to local owners to help keep pet cats safe during the fireworks season.
Whilst the celebrations can be great fun for people, cats can be left stressed out, confused or injured by fireworks.
Sarah Lewis, Publicity Officer said: “Apart from the obvious physical damage suffered ...