Donate Sponsor
Blog post image

Cats and arthritis: how to spot the signs

Arthritis is a common condition in humans that causes pain and inflammation of the joints but did you know that cats can have it too? It’s particularly common in cats aged 12 or over but because they are very good at disguising pain it can be very difficult to detect.

Tag
Category
Find out more
Blog post image

Careers with Cats: how can I become a Veterinary Nurse?

In our blog series so far, we’ve been focusing on a range of cat-based careers – from working as a Cat Care Assistant to becoming a Cat Behaviourist. The latest post in our series is all about Katie, who works as a veterinary nurse.

Tags
Category
Find out more
Blog post image

Did you know? 7 facts about neutering

Cats are effective breeders and without neutering them, the UK’s cat population could quickly get out of control. There are already thousands of unwanted cats out there.

Tags
Categories
Find out more
Blog post image

Careers with cats: how can I become a Veterinary Surgeon?

Looking for a career with cats? You might be surprised to find that there are plenty of career paths for those with a love of all things feline. In the second instalment of our latest blog series focuses on cat-based careers, we meet Sarah Elliot, a Veterinary Surgeon based at the National Cat Centre.

Tags
Category
Find out more
Blog post image

"When should I neuter my kitten?" and other veterinary FAQs

I'm so glad you have asked this question as there are some common misconceptions out there about when is the best time to neuter cats.

Tags
Categories
Find out more
Blog post image

All ends well for Weasley

Gorgeous ginger cat Weasley came into the Bracknell & Wokingham Branch of Cats Protection in April after living as an unneutered stray in Wokingham for several months.

Tags
Categories
Find out more
Blog post image

Beautiful Bella’s pregnancy woes

Six-month-old Bella was brought into us pregnant. We had taken her to the vets to have her examined firstly to confirm by a vet that she was pregnant and also to make sure everything was OK. The vets estimated that she was pregnant with three kittens.

Tags
Categories
Find out more
Blog post image

‘Why does my cat roam?’ and other veterinary FAQs

In our recent live Facebook Q&A, vet Dr Sarah Elliott answered cat owners’ veterinary questions. If you missed it, here’s a roundup of some of the topics discussed.

Tags
Category
Find out more
Blog post image

A happy ending for FIV+ cat Edmund

Edmund's story is one that will be so familiar to every branch of Cats Protection. He was found as a stray – not microchipped, not neutered and with horrible wounds from fighting. We weren't surprised when his FIV test came back as positive.

Tags
Category
Find out more
Blog post image

Keeping your cat cool in warm weather

The rising temperature in the warmer months can cause our pets to overheat, so follow the steps in our video to ensure your moggy doesn’t fall foul of the summer sun.

Tag
Category
Find out more
Find a Cat
Donate
About us