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Learning to love

We have written before about the need for children to learn that cats and kittens deserve respect and understanding and there is no doubt that this is a two-way matter!

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How funds raised by challenges help local branches

This week at Cats Protection is Big Cat Week where we’re celebrating our five-day Himalayan trek and three-day tiger conservation project in India. Our intrepid Himalayan challengers can choose to support their local Cats Protection, meaning that all funds they raise go directly to that branch or centre.

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A mother’s struggle

This is Betty and her kittens. On first impression she looks like an idyllic queen with her brood feeding nicely in a loving home; a well-loved cat having perhaps her second litter of kittens. Sadly, this couldn't be further from the truth.

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Hunter is a hero

Hunter came into our care as a very poorly, five month old. It was clear that Hunter was seriously unwell and had not been eating or drinking for a number of days and, as a result, was severely dehydrated.

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Queenie’s no longer in a quandary

Queenie arrived at Cats Protection Exeter Axhayes Adoption Centre in late 2015. She was a beautiful long haired white cat, who could resist her elegance and charm?!

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A new home for the shoebox kittens

In March, we lost our beloved cat Cleo, who I had loved and looked after for 20 years. To say we were shattered is an understatement and she left a huge hole in our lives.

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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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Cassie’s golden years

Cassie first came into the care of the Glastonbury & Wells Branch of Cats Protection as a young un-neutered stray complete with a litter of kittens.

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Little Lucy

Both my partner and I grew up with cats and knew we would love to get a cat together. For a long time we lived in a small flat on a second floor and for us, it wasn’t right to take on a cat.

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Baby love

I’ve recently had a baby and have always loved and owned cats. I adopted two cats from Cats Protection while I was pregnant and some people questioned whether having cats and a baby was a good idea.

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