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Cambridge Cats Protection branch is run solely by volunteers who have other jobs/commitments as well as our voluntary tasks. If you get the answerphone, please leave a message and we will respond as soon as we can.
General Public Number: 01223 241371 Branch Coordinator: 01223 356999 For specific queries please phone the relevant volunteer: Homing: to adopt a cat 01223 528312 Incoming Cats: to give up your cat for adoption 01223 528312Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are not currently homing any cats from our branch. We are also unable to take any more cats into our care other than in very exceptional circumstances. Neutering Vouchers for owners on low incomes: 07833 957626 Lost and Found Register: email email@example.com or ring 07889 976463. This Lost and Found helpline is for lost and found cats in the Cambridge, UK area and the surrounding villages. If you are in another area please find your local branch by entering your postcode at http://www.cats.org.uk/find-us
Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org however you may get a quicker response directing your enquiry to the specific phone numbers listed above.Follow us on Twitter at @CP_Cambridge or like us on Facebook or Instagram
Our Charity Shop in Mill Rd, Cambridge can be contacted at 01223 566997 and Facebook but is currently closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
We'd love to keep in touch, by telling you about our work with cats, inviting you to support fundraising appeals, join events, campaigns or to volunteer. Rest assured, we'll never swap or sell any details about you with other organisations.
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If you wish to change the ways we contact you, please contact Supporter Services by telephoning 0800 160 1012 Monday to Friday during office hours (9am-5pm), emailing email@example.com or writing to us at Freepost Cats Protection.
We will also process your data for administrative purposes and to contact you about your enquiry.
Please visit www.cats.org.uk/terms-privacy if you have any questions about how we use your data.