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Generous donation helps Cats Protection branches neuter more cats

A donation of £50,000 from Pets At Home charity Support Adoption For Pets is helping Cats Protection branches get more cats neutered. Our Swansea & District Branch is just one of the branches that has welcomed the funding, as it will help with their valuable trap, neuter and return (TNR) work.

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Family of feral cats has a brighter future thanks to Cats Protection

Three homeless cats in Nottingham are now living a happier and healthier life after an eagle-eyed cat lover called in Cats Protection for help. Thomas Curtis noticed the three cats in his garden last summer, naming the mum cat Tabitha and her two young kittens Memphis and Phoenix.

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Why do some cats have an ear tip missing?

If you’ve ever spotted a cat with the tip of one of their ears missing, you might assume they’ve been involved in a fight or had an accident. However, it’s more likely that it has been removed in a common procedure called ear-tipping.

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Five kittens avoid drowning by ‘a matter of minutes’

A group of kittens were minutes away from drowning when they were rescued from a watery hole during a torrential downpour in the Hebrides. The five two-week-old kittens were discovered lying semi-comatose in a hole that was rapidly filling with rainwater in Lingerbay, Isle of Harris.

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Is the cat I've found a stray or feral?

Have you stumbled across a cat in your garden or local park and are unsure what to do next? If the cat isn’t too willing to greet you, you might even ask yourself whether you should be approaching it at all.

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Stray and Feral Q&A

In our recent live Facebook Q&A, Neutering Manager Jane answered queries about stray and feral cats. If you missed it, here is a roundup of some of the topics covered.

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Have you found a stray cat or a feral cat?

One of the top questions that we receive on our social media pages and via our National Information Line is what to do if you have found a feral cat or a stray cat. But what’s the difference between the two and how can you tell which is which?

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National Cat Day – celebrating our work with cats

At Cats Protection we help around 200,000 cats every single year. So in honour of National Cat Day today, we thought we’d look back over just a handful of our successes so far this year.

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How to make a stray cat shelter

Stray and feral cats can often find it difficult to find warm and safe places to sleep, especially during the winter months. If you've encountered a cat on the street and you're unsure of whether it has an owner, keep in mind that it might be a feral cat.

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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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