Welcome to Oxford and District Cats Protection!

 The Oxford and District Cats Protection is one of more than 250 groups of Cats Protection volunteers in the UK, rescuing, treating, neutering and rehoming unwanted, abandoned or needy cats and kittens.

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A big THANK YOU to all our supporters who kindly donated useful items from our Amazon Wish List in 2016

You can donate food and other items directly to us using our Amazon wish list
These will be distributed directly to our network of cat fosterers

February's Cat

 Could you rehome TIGGY?

Could you rehome Tiggy
Tiggy is seven years old, a sweet, handsome, gentle boy, whose second owner has died, leaving him scared and bewildered at his new situation. Once he settles into a new home, with patience and understanding, we are sure he will relax and become a loving companion. He is friendly to other cats, and could live with a mature family, where he would love access to the outdoors. Could Tiggy be your companion?

In January, we rehomed 10 cats and 13 kittens

December's cat, Marty, has gone to a lovely home.

Where are they now?

Catch up with some of our Cats of the Month and find out the next part of their story

81 cats and 77 kittens found new homes in 2016

Cats in Winter

Winter can be a hard time for cats that do not have warm, cozy homes to live in.
Here are some tips for keeping your own puss safe and happy, but also how you can help feral, stray and farm cats during the cold weather.
Cat in the snow

Join our campaign to protect kittens bred for sale

Cats Protection has launched a campaign calling for change in the law to protect young kittens being sold sick and underage.

"All too often, unsuspecting purchasers buy kittens which are sick and in many cases, younger than eight weeks old – the age at which they’re ready to leave their mother. The end result can be emotionally and financially draining, with significant suffering for the kitten and hefty vet bills for the owner"
Established in 1988, we work through a network of fosterers, who provide temporary accommodation for needy cats until safe, loving, permanent homes can be found for them. The fosterers are supported by other volunteers who concentrate on fund-raising.

Cats Protection asks adopters for an adoption fee of £70 when offering a home to a cat or kitten as they are all vet-checked, micro-chipped and receive their first vaccinations before going to their new homes and, if old enough, are neutered. If you feel able to make a donation on top of that fee, it would, of course, be gratefully received. We know times are hard so thank you if you decide to give a loving home to one of our cats

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The November edition of our magazine, Cats Whiskers, is available now

Are you my Special Someone?