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Could you help spread the word on neutering?

 IF you love cats and have some spare time or want to help, please consider volunteering for one of these roles.

1. Promote neutering: we need someone to put up small posters in community centres, libraries, noticeboards, shops etc - anywhere where people will see them. This vital role will help us reach as many owners as possible to help cut the number of unwanted kittens and is flexible as it can be done whenever you have free time.

2. Fosterer: please see full details below.

3. Trapping: do you have experience with catching strays or other cats who need our help or to be scanned for a micro-chip? You would need to drive and be flexible. To find out more, please call into our shop at 14 Tudor Parade, Well Hall Road, Eltham, London SE9 6SX or speak to Jacqui there on 020 8859 6009.

If any of these appeal, please text/call Clare on 07500 506395 or email coordinator@eltham.cats.org.uk

Spay or snip your cat for FREE

25 July 2020

DO you live in the Eltham, Sidcup or other nearby area and have a cat which has not been snipped or spayed? We can give you a neutering voucher to pay the cost. Get in touch by:-Calling us on 07591 120331.-Inboxing us on our Facebook page-Clicking on Contact Us at the top right of the page. -Emailing neutering@eltham.cats.org.uk with the above information.-Call into our shop at 14 Tudor Parade, Well Hall Road, London SE9 6SX (near the Well Hall ...

Welcome to our Summer Newsletter!

07 July 2020

OUR Summer Newsletter is out now! Coronavirus had a major impact as our shop shut and we had to put homing on hold. Read the full story plus enjoy photos of cats we have homed in the past after we asked supporters to post online during lockdown. Sadly we have to report the passing of little Luna, who was a star in our shop, but we also have the lovely tale of how Jack was lost and then found. For all this and more, click here to read our latest newsletter......

Purrfect landlords

18 November 2018

MANY cats come into care when their owners move into accommodation where pets are not allowed.Cats Protection has launched a 'Purrfect Landlords' campaign to try to avoid this happening by helping both landlords and tenants.The chatity has set up a website at www.cats.org.uk/purrfectlandlords which includes free, downloadable legal wording for landlords and letting agents to add to their own tenancy agreements. This sets out simple conditions on cat ownership to protect and benefit both ...