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Harriet and her kitten Harry survive against the odds

Cats Protection’s Bridgend Adoption Centre has found loving new homes for a mum and kitten who have had a very tough few months. In July, a gorgeous black moggy came into the centre’s care after a member of the public found her in his shed.

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Grace and her kittens saved just in time

Grace, a young seven-month-old tabby kitten was reported to our helpline by a concerned cat lover as she was very thin, apparently pregnant and seemingly homeless, visiting their garden regularly.

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Evie finds new home after recovering from cat flu

Evie was suffering terribly with cat flu when she was found by a dog walker. Her eyes were incredibly swollen and she was in a very bad way.

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Twelve kittens born to one feline family in Cats Protection’s care

Cats Protection’s Gateshead & Newcastle Branch is urging cat owners to neuter their pets after assisting with the traumatic births of two litters of kittens within 24 hours.

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Why is chocolate poisonous for cats?

A bar of chocolate may be a tasty treat for us humans, but you should never share it with your cat. Chocolate contains a chemical compound called theobromine which is toxic for cats and dogs.

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Frostbitten kitten who lost his toes is now exploring his new home

When the Beast from the East and Storm Emma struck the UK at the end of February, humans and moggies alike tried to keep warm as the snow fell. Unfortunately, one poor family of cats struggled more than most in the cold conditions.

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What should and shouldn’t I be feeding my cat?

As they are strict carnivores, cats should eat a meat-based diet, but that doesn’t mean they can live off of your leftover chicken. In addition to lots of protein, they also need the right balance of vitamins and minerals to keep them happy and healthy.

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Is it ok to kiss my cat?

This National Kissing Day (Friday 22 June) you might be tempted to give your moggy a peck or smooch, but is this wise for you and them? Cats Protection’s Behaviour Manager Nicky Trevorrow offers some advice…

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Stephanie is left with a pellet in her leg after air gun attack

Cats Protection is one step closer to changing the law on air gun ownership in England and Wales, in the hope that we can prevent future cruel attacks on cats like Stephanie.

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Kids and kitties: What is toxoplasmosis?

As part of our Kids and kitties campaign, we’re sharing advice on everything from how to prepare your cat for your new arrival, to keeping cats and kids content when they’re sharing a space.

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