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The big kitten con campaign

04 April 2022
The big kitten con campaign 68% of cats purchased in the last year were found online, according to our Cats Report - 2021

While online shopping has become a huge part of our lives, particularly during the pandemic, the online sales of cats and kittens can have heart-breaking consequences.

Separating kittens from their mother before the age of eight weeks can have an impact on their behaviour, health and sometimes even their survival.

Unscrupulous sellers, looking to make a quick profit, are selling kittens underage that are weak, prone to illness and in the worse cases may die.

Mum cats can be mistreated and kept in poor conditions, bred for their kittens again and again.

That’s why we’re calling for cat breeding to be regulated across the UK.

Since last year, cat breeding has been regulated in Scotland* but the rest of the UK has no restrictions.

Without regulation, there is no way to stop this happening. Only by ensuring cat breeding is properly regulated can we protect cats and kittens from suffering.

Please sign the petition and read more at The big kitten con

* You can sign the petition wherever you live in the U.K. including in Scotland.