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Pregnant cat gives birth under garden decking

A family in North Birmingham was recently surprised to find a cat and her newly born kittens under decking in their garden. Julie and Stephen from the Yardley Wood area of Birmingham found the young tortie and her kittens after their pet dog kept whining and crying at a particular spot in their garden.

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Kittens – what’s not to love?

A post from our volunteer guest blogger, Shonagh StatenKittens – what’s not to love about them?Adorable, comical balls of mischief, they enhance your life by just watching them express their sheer

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Emergency operation saves cat and kittens

Veterinary staff at Cats Protection’s National Cat Adoption Centre have saved the lives of a pregnant cat and her four kittens after she had difficulties giving birth.

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Yorkshire cat found safe in Suffolk

Ginger tabby Kitz was discovered among a group of stray and feral cats by a volunteer for Cats Protection’s Breckland branch. The charity was called in to help trap, neuter and return them to help control the population and prevent the spread of disease.

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Posh pad for fortunate ferals

“It all started with a phone call asking if we would be able to acquire two outdoor cats or kittens for a house with a two-acre garden on the outskirts of Slough,” said Ray Janes, volunteer field worker for Maidenhead, Slough & District Branch.

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Don’t let kittens have kittens!

Although we helped to neuter more than 190,000 cats in 2011, a visit to any CP site across the country in the height of kitten season will demonstrate the scale of overpopulation in the UK.

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It's nicer to neuter

The Maidenhead, Slough & District Branch of Cats Protection is on a mission to reduce the numbers of unwanted stray and feral cats in the area.

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Branching out – part two

As part of my induction to the neutering role mentioned in my last post, I met up with Neutering Volunteer, Angie Ellingford. As well as working as a Veterinary Receptionist, Angie maintains an up-to-date record of neutering statistics and produces reports for the branch and the National Cat Centre in support of grant applications.

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Chiltern's Twitter success

On 13 August, I had the idea of holding a ‘tweetathon’ – where a Twitter user repeatedly Tweets all day about either a specific subject or range of subjects in a pre-organised fashion, generally for the purpose of gaining rapid publicity – which includes building up as many ‘followers’ as possible.

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Neutering Manager, Teacher, or Celeb hunter?….

Providing guidance and education on the neutering and care of feral cats, both within and outside CP, is a really important part of my role, as this group of cats is one of the most vulnerable to mishandling and stress.

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