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A second chance for elderly Dotty

Dotty arrived in our care in mid-February 2015 when she was 15 years old. Her owner was unfortunately too ill to look after her any more.

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Operation success for adorable Alan

Staff at Cats Protection’s Exeter Axhayes Adoption Centre are delighted by the public’s response to an appeal for help to give a cat a much-needed operation.

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Give an FIV cat a chance!

We were introduced to stray Nathan by an elderly lady who had been feeding him. He was not in a good way: he was full of fleas and worms, had extensive dental problems and had not been neutered.

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Two elderly friends, perfectly matched

In the summer of 2014, Cats Protection’s Fareham & Waterlooville Districts Branch took in an elderly cat called Butch after his original owner died and no-one in the family could take him in.

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Don’t let allergies hold you back!

We hear so many people telling us they need to give up their cat because someone is allergic to them so this is a very heart-warming story we wanted to share.

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Why you should get your cat neutered

In late January staff from our National Cat Adoption Centre were called out to a bedsit in Sussex to collect cats after the owner had a stroke and wouldn't be able to return home.

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My cats are a lifeline for me

A study carried out with the Mental Health Foundation revealed that owning a cat is beneficial for our health. The survey found that 87% of people who owned a cat felt it had a positive impact on their wellbeing and research has shown that a cat’s purr is widely recognised as having therapeutic effects.

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Facebook helps Timmy find his way home

We knew that his name was Timmy and that he was a lovely little older gentleman. Timmy was found on a residential street in Bracknell when he wandered through the cat flap of a house.

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Thousandth cat rehomed by Gateshead & District Branch

Camilla and her newborn kittens were found taped up in a box at a recycling centre. The branch was alerted by a member of public who came across the abandoned family, who were distressed, cold and hungry.

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Please sponsor a cat pen

Four-year-old Jingle was admitted to us by her owners when they were moving and could not take her with them. Poor Jingle was in quite a bit of distress when she first arrived – we soon discovered she was suffering from a case of untreated cystitis and a luxating patella.

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