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Lockdown book raising children’s smiles and money for charity

As a committed cat lover, author Alison Wainwright put her talents to good use during lockdown to produce an illustrated children’s book that raises money for cats in need.

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Cuddle-loving cat Holly needs a home for her twilight years

A mature moggie with a heart of gold is looking for a home to call her own after battling life on the streets. Cats Protection’s Blandford & Sturminster Newton Branch took in ex-stray Holly just before Christmas.

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Dramatic four-cat rescue reveals 20 more cats needing help

Volunteers from Cats Protection’s Southampton Branch are appealing for donations after a call-out revealed many more cats needing urgent help than expected. The branch was alerted to a mother cat and her kittens sheltering from wind and rain in a hedge near a housing estate by two concerned members of the public.

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Rare kitten born with dwarfism finds the purrfect home

A black-and-white kitten who captured hearts with her tiny stature caused by a rare form of dwarfism has found her perfect home. Little Mowzer arrived at Cats Protection’s Cornwall Adoption Centre with her littermates after being born to a feral mother on a farm near Penzance.

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Baggy finds a home after landlord blocks her move

“It’s a really sad story,” said Lynne Pothecary, Publicity Manager at Cats Protection’s Anglia Coastal Branch. “Baggy’s owner didn’t want to relinquish her but she had to move home and couldn’t bring her cat with her. She was devastated when she heard that her new landlord had a no-pets policy.”

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Badly injured kitten found like a pile of dirty rags on the A22

A badly injured kitten originally mistaken for a pile of rags on a Kent road needed major surgery after being taken in by Cats Protection’s Sutton, Kingston & District Branch.

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Why is my cat being 'naughty'?

From scratching the furniture and climbing the curtains, to clawing your hands or waking you up in the early hours, if your cat is causing chaos at home, you might think they’re being deliberately mischievous.

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How to encourage your cat to play

Whether your cat is a furry bundle of energy or more of a chilled out moggy, it’s important that they have the opportunity to show their playful side. As well as being great for their physical health – all that running, jumping and pouncing helps to prevent them from becoming a bit chunky – play is also great for their mental wellbeing.

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Tips for grooming long-haired cats

With their soft, luscious coats and fluffy tummies, long-haired cats are truly magnificent, but they also require a bit of extra maintenance. All that fabulous fur is often too much for your cat to groom by themselves, so they need a bit of help to keep it in tip top condition.

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6 tips for stopping your cat getting the zoomies

Cat zoomies, mad-half hour, climbing up the walls – there are a number of phrases for that time of day, usually early in the morning or evening, when your cat runs frantically around the house for no apparent reason.

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