Cat of the moment

Poppy




Poppy is a 4 year old female who came into our care when her owners circumstances changed. Shes a quiet girl who initially is a little shy but once won over shes happy to have a fuss. Ideally we are looking to find her a quiet home environment but she has previously lived with an older child. Poppy is finding life in care a little hard so we would love to find her a new home

PLEASE CLICK ON HER DETAILS ON THE ADOPTION PAGE.

 



Kitten season is nearly over, we have a small amount of kittens in our care but most are not old enough to go to their new homes yet. We will update the page once they are ready to be homed.


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NEW EMAIL ADDRESS FOR LOST AND FOUND CATS

We have set up a new email address for lost/found cats so you can now email direct to the lost/found volunteers this email is

covcplostfound@gmail.com

all other emails can still be sent to 

info@coventry.cats.org.uk

or visit the Contact Us page

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WAITING LIST FOR CATS COMING INTO OUR CARE

Unfortunately at the moment there is a 2-3 month waiting list for cats to come into our care. Its not something we like doing, having to turn cats away that need our help but hopefully it's only temporary. All of our members are volunteers with busy lives outside of CP.  Thanks for your patience and bearing with us at this time and hopefully we will soon be back to normal 



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RE: FERAL/SEMI FERAL CATS

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE COVENTRY BRANCH OF CATS PROTECTION ARE UNABLE TO DEAL WITH ANY REQUESTS REGARDING HELP WITH FERAL/SEMI FERAL 
CATS AND KITTENS AT THIS PRESENT TIME.


 

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FREE NEUTERING IN FEBRUARY 2018*

Do you have an un-neutered male or female cat?
If so, you may not be aware that Coventry Cats Protection can offer FREE neutering (please see
news page for full details)

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
02476 594116 OR EMAIL IN VIA
CONTACT US PAGE

*Terms and Conditions Apply


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INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?

Cats Protection are always happy to hear from people interested in volunteering.

We are currently looking for people who can help with:

1) URGENTLY AFTER PEOPLE WHO HAVE THEIR OWN VEHICLES AND CAN HELP WITH TRANSPORTING CATS

If this is you, please contact our HELPLINE 02476 594116 or email in
via the contact us page to discuss opportunities.



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UPDATE ON OUR CHARITY SHOP

Its with great regret that our charity shop has closed. This wasn't a decision taken locally but by Retail Head Office.

We are currently working hard with head office to try and find another location.

We are also in the process of trying to arrange collection points around the city so that we can still receive goods. Locations haven't been comfirmed as yet but we will let you know as soon as they are set up. 
 
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support. 




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WilmaCoventry

Wilma came into our care after hanging around by a school for several months. All attempts to find her owner have failed so we are now looking to find her a lovely new home. As she is a stray nothing is know about her past. Whilst in our care she has shown that she is a girl a who likes fuss and attention. As she came in as a stray we dont know how she will be with very young children but think she will be fine with older children. Vets think she is about 3- 4 years old

Wil

Wilma came into ou