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Ginger kitten in a workshop Cats Protection wants to work with communities to control cat numbers and make sure they are looked after – this will be good for the community and good for cats. We can do this by keeping tabs on the strays, but we need your help.

We’re asking you to take a picture of a stray cat if you see one, using the app. It’s quick and easy. Uploading a record of when and where you saw the stray cat will help Cats Protection know how many strays there are so we can help control numbers.

2 Cats on a wall.Once we know where the cats are, we will be able to help them by getting them health checked and neutered to stop them producing more kittens. Stray cats suitable for rehoming will be taken into care for adoption as soon as possible. We will ensure we work closely with communities, making sure residents are fully informed at all times. Look out for our teams in your area!

Strays can also be reported via the Cat Watch Facebook groups or by calling/texting a member of the team using the details below:

Everton, Liverpool - Rachele Follini  - 07283 365 630 - Facebook group
Little Horton, Bradford BD5 - Matthew Payne - 07583 954 781 - Facebook group
Nottingham - Amy Carlin – 07896 686 998
Houghton Regis - Carly Bradbury – 07968 470 323

Cat Watch app download
Apple - get on the iTunes store
Android - get on the Google Play store