In light of the ongoing situation with coronavirus (COVID-19), Cats Protection is taking extra precautions to keep our cats, volunteers, employees and the public safe and continue to provide high levels of care for the cats in our centres and branches.
For this reason, we're only homing in selected centres and branches through our hands-free homing initiative. We advise that you do not currently visit our centres or branches as they are closed to the public.
If you'd like to adopt a cat, find out more about hands-free homing below.A guide to our new hands-free homing initiative
Thinking about adopting a cat or kitten? At Cats Protection, we believe in matching the right cat to the right home. That's why we look at everything from your potential pet's personality to where you live - creating the perfect match for both cat and owner.
While there can be a lot to think about when adopting a cat, Cats Protection aims to take away some of your worries, providing plenty of advice along the way.
Here’s our three step guide to adopting a cat with Cats Protection.
With many cats needing homes in the UK, our centres are often full. There are countless cats waiting for an owner to give them love, care and attention.
We aim to make sure all cats and kittens in our care are ready for their new homes. When you adopt a cat with Cats Protection, you can be sure they have received:
Looking to adopt a kitten? Kittens arrive at Cats Protection from various places and with varying needs - from those that have been abandoned to those that are born in our care if their mother is a stray.
While kittens can be cute to look at, they need additional care and patience from their owners. They are likely to be more energetic than older cats too - something worth thinking about before you consider kittens for adoption.
While our branches and centres are all unique, Cats Protection aims to make the cat adoption process as easy as possible. You can find the opening times and address details of each centre by typing your postcode into our handy Find us tool.
Here’s how the adoption process works:
The adoption fee varies for different branches and centres. Some may have to pay more for veterinary treatment than others, and some have higher costs in looking after cats.
The adoption fee goes towards paying some of the cost of your cat's health check, neutering and vaccinations.