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What do cats think of tech like smartphones and the TV?

With our homes becoming ‘smarter’ and more connected, you may be wondering what cats make of all the new technology around them. From smart speakers to robot vacuum cleaners, are they baffled by these strange devices, or are they just one more thing to disturb them from a peaceful snooze?

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Proud cat dad needs your votes to win £1,000 for cats

One of our dedicated Cat Champions, Dan Merton, not only donates his time as a volunteer for our Horsham and Brighton & District branches but also completes gruelling challenges to raise money for the cats in their care.

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More Than Just A Cat: My foster cats give my life purpose

Working with animals is the only thing that I've ever wanted to do with my life. The specifics changed somewhat over the years; from vet to marine biologist, to opening my own rescue centre, but the direction was always the same and animals were always at the core of it.

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Cat abandoned after owner died gets help from Cats Protection

When her loving owner died, a confused cat was left to fend for herself on the cold streets of Brighton. Already troubled by the death of her loving owner, the affectionate black cat was locked out of her home by a grieving family member in the middle of winter.

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Cat with missing eye dumped in a bin bag in Chatham

A young cat has been found injured and badly traumatised after being dumped on a well-known school run in Chatham. The one-year-old ragdoll cat, named Artex by his rescuers, had lost an eye and was cowering in a dirty cat carrier inside a black bin bag when he was found on Friday 24 January.

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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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Poorly cat fed on cheese and milk makes remarkable recovery

It’s a common misconception that cats can be fed milk, when in fact most felines are lactose intolerant. Cats often find it difficult to digest dairy products, and they do not give them the nutrients they need to live a healthy life.

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Put your best foot forward to get cats and kittens back on their paws

You’ve heard of the Three Peaks Challenge, now get ready for the Four Peaks Challenge! Join our team of Cat Champions and climb the highest peaks in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on this adventure of a lifetime.

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Grieving cat inspires 750 mile charity bike ride

The sad tale of a Lindfield cat has driven two Haywards Heath men to cycle an incredible 750 miles from Sussex to Scotland to raise money for Cats Protection.

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Stumpy-tailed cat Tulip needs a new home for the New Year

Cats Protection’s Anglia Coastal Branch is hoping that 2020 will be the year poor Tulip the cat’s luck changes. The eight-year-old torbie – a beautiful blend of tortoiseshell and tabby – has been in the branch’s care for more than three months, waiting patiently for a new home of her own.

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