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Fearful tabby now happy cat

We’re really pleased to publish a guest post by Naomi Sampey, who adopted tabby Millie from our adoption centre in Chelwood Gate, Sussex, a few years ago. It’s a great example of how initially nervous cats can become great pets with love and patience from the right owner.

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Three landfill cats thriving

In March, we shared the happy news that Scrappy, Dusty and Rusty – three kittens found at a landfill site – had new homes. Scrappy and Rusty (renamed Chaos and Smudge) and Dusty (renamed Kassie) had settled in well with their new owners.

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Great escape for prison kittens

Our Bridgend Adoption Centre in South Wales is caring for a mother cat and kittens that were found at a nearby prison. A prison worker had arrived at HMP Parc to find the cat and her six-strong brood nestled in a truck in the yard.

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Tabby's life transformed

Tabby-and-white Jess had a traumatic experience with her previous owners. She was stressed and nervous when she came into Cats Protection’s care. Once under the wing of our Stockport Branch, Jess started to calm down and eat normally. She began to trust people again.

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Caring home for chest-op cat

Our National Cat Adoption Centre has rehomed a cat that underwent specialist surgery for a rare condition. Persian Clive arrived at our National Cat Adoption Centre in East Sussex last December as his owners could no longer look after him.

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Noisy cat needs owner

A Cats Protection branch in Surrey wants to find an owner for a particularly noisy cat. Pretty 16-year-old Sandy has louder calls than most cats because she is deaf.

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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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Cornish cat finds caring home

Three years ago, tabby Toby was an unloved, injured stray forced to scavenge for scraps just to survive. One day, he appeared in the garden of Dawn Bayliss, who lives near Polbathic, Cornwall.

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Troubled tabby's turnaround tale

Tommy was so fearfully aggressive when he first came into CP’s care that he unnerved vets. He attacked his experienced Fosterer, and she had to be treated at hospital.

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Hard-luck pair homed happily

Our North Birmingham Branch has cared for black-and-white brothers Mitch and Marcus twice – once after they were dumped in a shed at three weeks old and needed to be hand-reared.

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