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You’ll find stories about our latest campaigns, general cat news and stories as well as any other interesting "tid bits" to keep you informed.

Keeping Cats Safe All Year Round

15 January 2017

Following press reports of suspicious cat deaths in the Croydon and surrounding areas, we urge cat owners to take the following sensible steps to help keep their pets safe: Keep cats in during hours of darkness: As evenings are still dark, remember that cats are at increased risk of road accidents after nightfall. Try to keep your cat indoors overnight and time meals to coincide with rush hour to help keep your cat away from busy roads. Ensure ...

What it means to be a Lead Fundraiser

21 February 2016

Since we are still looking for a lead fund raiser, I thought I’d give you a flavour of the role. I first started with Cats Protection as a fund raiser volunteer in 2005. I already was aware of CP because I had adopted two kittens from Rosemary, our lead fosterer, in 1998 (one died in January and the other one is still with us at the great age of 18). I loved fund raising from the beginning and worked closely alongside our, then lead fund raiser, Edna. On ...

Europe-wide campaign to Protect Our Pets

06 October 2015

Europe-wide campaign to Protect Our Pets - please help us by sending e-letters of supportCats Protection is backing a European campaign which will improve feline welfare across the EU by unifying pet microchip databases, making it easier to determine where an animal has come from. Eurogroup for Animals (of which CP is a member) has launched its Protect Our Pets initiative to tackle the illegal pet trade and online sales. Eurogroup for Animals is recognised by ...


15 September 2015

A very big thank you to everyone who saved up their Felix tokens and donated them to the branch. Purina have now closed the scheme, so there is no need to cut and keep any more tokens from those pouches and boxes of cat food. Due to your generosity the branch has returned 25,128 tokens to Purina, and at 1p per token the branch has been credited with £251.00. That’s a lot of meals provided for a lot of hungry cats and kittens in our care! Well done to everyone who participated....