Protecting cats in Brighton & beyond

The Brighton & District branch of Cats Protection is run entirely by cat-loving volunteers carrying out their roles from their own homes. The types of volunteering roles being carried out varies: from looking after the welfare of cats, to organising local events, to keeping people updated via Facebook and Twitter.

The branch covers the postcodes BN1, BN2, BN3, BN41 and BN42. Find out more about us here

CP Brighton Amazon wish list now live

We're desperate to get our paws onto some items from our Amazon wish list which could help support the cats in our care.

If you'd like to help buy food, litter or toys for our moggies that we can use after the COVID-19 pandemic, we'd be really grateful. Check out our wish list here


BREAKING NEWS
An amazing £1,165 was raised by Snowcats Brighton who hosted a virtual quiz for our branch on Tuesday 7th April. Thank you to everyone who took part!! 

Help us reach our target of £900

Any donations would be extremely welcome. Please visit our JustGiving page and help us reach our target of £900 which will go a long way for cats in our care.

Neuter for £10
Cats Protection champions neutering as the only effective way to reduce the number of unwanted cats in the UK. Find out more here.

Help make microchipping compulsory for cats
Microchipping gives a lost cat the best chance of being reunited with its owner. Cats Protection is calling for the compulsory microchipping of owned cats. Visit the main Cats Protection website to find out more and sign the petition.

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Events coming up

Visit our events page for further details.

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Volunteer for us
To find out more information on how to help / volunteer contact us below or find out more here:

T: 01273 610 306
E: coordinator@brighton.cats.org.uk

Give a little time

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How to keep in touch with us
Check out our social media pages, read our blog and get in touch.

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We'd love to hear from you!