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Leaving a Legacy to Cats Protection

07 November 2013

Our vision at Cats Protection is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.

The dedicated volunteers at Epsom, Ewell and District branch work incredibly hard to care for cats in need and to fundraise to support the veterinary and other costs of looking after, neutering and re-homing the wonderful cats and kittens that come into our care.  However, there are still so many needy cats that we are unable to help and that is heartbreaking for us all.

We need help to achieve our vision and to increase the work we do for cats.

You may not be able to help us with your time or your donations now, but if you are able to leave Cats Protection a legacy in your Will, you can make a real difference to the lives of cats in the future.  Your legacy could support our vital neutering and vaccination programmes, help give lost abandoned or mistreated cats a second chance to live in a loving home, help bring the joys of cat ownership to children and improve understanding of cat care through our education programme. You can specify that your gift is for the benefit of Epsom, Ewell and District branch to help our local cats.

Many owners worry about what would happen if their cats outlive them.  Cats Protection never put a healthy cat to sleep, and we can ensure your cat will be well looked after until we find him or her a loving new home.

Please consider leaving a legacy to Cats Protection in your Will so your love of cats will live on for many years into the future.

If you would like more information about leaving a legacy to Cats Protection and ensuring your cats are cared for after your death, please phone National Cat Centre on 01825 741271 for an information pack.

TWM Solicitors in Reigate offer a 10% discount to Cats Protection supporters and will also donate a further 10% of the fee for preparing a Will to the Epsom Ewell & District Branch.  If you would like further information please phone Paul Bradley on 01737 221212.