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Welcome to Cats Protection Bromley Branch

We're here to support cats and kittens in Bromley, covering postcodes: BR1, BR2, BR3, BR4, SE20, SE26.

Run by a small team of dedicated, cat-loving volunteers, we're passionate about improving the lives of cats and kittens in Bromley, working to find loving new homes for local cats in our care, and lost and found cats, as well as general education and awareness within the Bromley area. You can find out more about the work of Cats Protection here.



We recommend neutering your cat at between 20 and 24 weeks of age but it can be done a little earlier if necessary. Neutering your cat is a simple, straight forward procedure, so please do not hesitate to contact your local vet to find out how to get your cat neutered.

If you live in the Bromley area and would like help or advice to get your cat neutered, please call 07776667852 or email or fill out our contact form at the bottom of the page and someone will get back to you.

Cat adoption in Bromley

Could you provide a loving new home for a cat in Bromley? During the process of adopting a cat from us, we’ll consider everything from your potential pet’s personality and how this fits with your lifestyle, to your home environment – creating the perfect match for both cat and owner and the start of a wonderful feline friendship.

Cats available for adoption from Bromley are featured below. To express your interest in a particular cat, please enquire via their listing. If you have any general enquiries about your suitability, or the adoption process, please call us on: 0207 118 0351 or email us.

You can find out more about adopting a cat from Cats Protection here.

Support Cats Protection Bromley Branch

None of our vital work would be possible without you. There are many ways you can be there for cats and kittens in Bromley.

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Fundraising events for cats in Bromley

Want to fundraise for cats in Bromley by taking part in one of our events? From summer fêtes to epic sporting challenges, we’d love to see you at one of our fundraising events soon. You can also check out the national Cats Protection events calendar here.

Volunteer at Cats Protection Bromley Branch

Without volunteers, Bromley Branch simply wouldn't exist. Our amazing, friendly volunteers are a diverse group with a shared love of cats who fit volunteering around their home lives and personal commitments.

We're often looking to welcome new volunteers to join our brilliant team. As well as meeting great people and making an incredible difference to the cats of Bromley, you'll enjoy practical benefits such as discounted pet insurance. You can find out more about volunteering for Cats Protection here.

Have you thought about becoming a cat fosterer?

If you might be interested please get in touch with the branch, we are always in need of fosterers to help the many cats needing help in the area.

Fosterers look after cats for a short while in their own home, either for a predetermined period of time or until adoption. You can take a break at any time, and holiday-cover is also available.

Have cats of your own? No problem - if you have a spare room you can still be a fosterer and help the lives of cats less fortunate than your own.

Costs such as food, litter, equipment and vets bills are all covered by the branch. There is plenty of support and advice on hand from other volunteers.

Out at work a lot of the time? You can combine working and fostering an adult cat with problem. The branch takes care to place cats to suit fosterers' lifestyles and preferences.

Lost and found cats in Bromley

If you've lost a cat in Bromley, we're here to assist you. To report a lost cat or if you've found a cat in the Bromley area, contact us at 0207 118 0351 or email us at

  • Remain calm, cats often return home on their own.
  • Conduct a thorough search of your home and surroundings.
  • Posters with details and contact information are crucial' include a photograph if possible.
  • Utilize online platforms like Animal Search, Twitter, and Facebook to reach a wider audience.
  • Email a copy of your poster/photo to Bromley Cats Protection at
  • Report your missing cat to local/relevant animal charities, organizations, and vets.
  • Inform your microchip company, usually Petlog, at 08706 066751, and provide copies of posters to vets.
  • Neutering is recommended upon your cat's return to prevent further problems. Visit for more information.
  • Inform delivery people, workmen, and gardeners in the area about your missing cat.
  • Bromley Council maintains a record of animals found on roads, including cats. Visit for more information.
  • Once reunited with your cat, update relevant contacts and remove any posted notices or online listings.


Advice if you find a Stray Cat:

If the found cat appears sick or injured please contact the RSPCA 24-hour helpline on 0300 1234 999.

Cats Protection has to establish if the cat is owned before it can be taken into care. Just because the cat may be thin or begging for food doesn’t necessarily mean it is a stray.

Cats may appear to be lost when they are just exploring the neighbourhood and often live nearby. The owners may be on holiday, they may be new to the area or there may be disruption at home with a new baby, another pet or building work.

The cat may appear never to leave your garden, but it is rarely the case. Often they enjoy visiting - and being fed at – several households.

So it is essential to check if you really have found a lost or stray cat:

  • Put up posters with cat’s details, date and area in which it was found, and a contact number. If you wish, you can use our branch's helpline number 020 7118 0351 and email Please let us know if you use our contact details.
  • Put a paper collar on the cat with your number, or that of Bromley Cats Protection 020 71180351, to enable the owner, or anyone feeding the cat, to get in touch. You can print collars off or alternatively, collars can be obtained by contacting Bromley Cats Protection.
  • Email a copy of the poster/a photo of the cat to Bromley Cats Protection at with details of what other action you have taken to establish if there is an owner.
  • List the cat as found online on lost and found website database Animal Search. You could also post the cat as found on Twitter and Facebook, and on the social media pages of local town groups, animal charities, organisations and vets. Our website has lists of Useful Websites and local Useful Contacts.
  • Take the cat to a vet to see if it is microchipped. They do not charge for the service. While there, ask the vet for the age and gender of the cat, and if the cat is neutered, as this will help the search for the owner.

Lost, found and feral cats

Lost Cats

Found Cats

Bromley - Contact Details

For welfare and general enquiries: 0207 118 0351

To adopt a cat: 07833 496423

Neutering: or email

Write to us: Bromley Cats Protection, PO Box 840, Orpington, BR6 1HJ

Useful Contacts:

Useful websites:

Local Vets