National Cat Awards
Entries are now closed for this year’s National Cat Awards, once again sponsored byPURINA®.
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has entered this year’s Awards. Owing to the large volume of entries received we are unable toreply to everyone so if you haven’t heard from us by the end of May we’re sorry your entry was unsuccessful.
Watch this space for details of this year’s finalists and celebrity judges!
Winners will be announced at a ceremony on Thursday 3 August at London's Savoy Hotel where celebrity judges will also announce the National Cat of the Year 2017.
Each winner will receive a trophy, a year’s subscription to Cats Protection’s The Cat magazine and a three-month supply of Purina® cat food.
In the meantime, take a look at 2016’s National Cat Award winners.
The overall winner will inherit the title from previous National Cat of the Year Tink, a plucky puss from Shrewsbury who saved the day after waking her family as a fire engulfed their home. Tink also won the Hero Cat category of the awards.
Other winners from 2016 include Houdini, winner of the Furr-ever Friends award for helping an autistic schoolboy called Harri to cope with anxiety attacks.
Most Caring Cat was awarded to Spike, a loving feline from Abergavenny that helps his owner Maria cope with a rare illness that has left her paralysed.
The Purina® Better Together award went to Smokie, a former stray cat who helped a teenage boy to overcome the death of his stepfather and the Outstanding Rescue Cat award went to a tortoiseshell cat called Jessie who helped her owners to cope with the death of their teenage daughter.
For reference, View our judging criteria here or to view the full terms and conditions click here