Welcome to Cats Protection Cambridge branch. Our phone number is 01223 241371.

Ask about kittens! Due to an increase in the number of stray cats coming into care, we have several pairs of kittens, including a number of young mums to be homed with one of their kittens, looking urgently for new homes where they can thrive. They need cat flap access to a safe garden - call 01223 528312 - and see also our local news feature.

Volunteers needed to help the work of Cambridge Cats Protection: If you have the time and patience to look after cats until they are found loving permanent homes, we need new outdoor fosterers (pen in garden, see photo). If you have space in your home and no other pets, we need indoor fosterers. Read more here and call our coordinator on 01223 356999 if you can help.
Our shop on Mill Road is also looking for sales assistants and back room sorters to help convert donated goods into funds for our branch. Read more here and contact us by email on enquiries@cambridge.cats.org.uk if you can help.

Neuter your cat for £5 if you are on benefits. Avoid extra food and vet expenses for hungry little kittens. Prevent your male cat spraying, fighting or roaming. Our neutering offer for those on low income now includes microchipping at selected Cambridge vets. Call our neutering voucher helpline on 07833 957626.

Did you know we have a local trained Education Speaker who can deliver free informative talks to schools and community groups of all ages.

If you would like to donate to help care for our foster cats check our Amazon wishlistOur current appeal is for scratchpads for healthy claws, grass for healthy digestion, and toys to keep the foster cats happy and active in foster care.

If you shop online at major retailers such as John Lewis, Argos, Tesco, Amazon and many more, then please join easyfundraising. Whenever you shop, they'll give a donation to Cambridge Cats Protection at no extra cost to you.

Take a look at our Support Us page for other ways to support our work with local cats.

Ever wanted to know more about the work of our branch? Read the stories on our feature pages including real life stories of our adoptions, reunited lost cats and why microchips are so important.

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