Welcome to Cats Protection Glasgow Adoption Centre!

Due to lockdown restrictions the centre is closed to the public.  
However, you can still adopt from us through our Hands Free Homing process. 

If you are interested in adopting a cat from us please visit our Adoption page. If you think you could be the #PurrfectMatch for one of these lovely moggies, click on the "Contact us about this cat" button on your chosen cat's profile page, and fill in the form with your details. 

Please note: 
We have in place extensive procedures that are enabling carefully controlled rehoming without putting people at risk of infection, and without a negative impact on cat welfare. 

As we always strive to ensure that all our cats are matched with owners who are able to meet the particular environment and lifestyle needs of each individual cat, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to adopt from us. 

We have a shop at the centre where you can order everything you need for your cat, including Cats Protection's lovely new Cat Care Collection. We will have your purchases ready for when you come to collect your cat.

Our Adoption Centre is situated in the North of Glasgow near the village of Auchinloch, and is easily accessible from the M80 motorway. Directions to the Adoption Centre. 

We are closed to visitors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however our phone lines are staffed between 9am and 5pm daily. Call 0141 779 3341 or email glasgow@cats.org.uk

You can now bring donations along to us: please leave them at the top of the steps that go down to reception. Your support is always much appreciated.

At the moment we are unable to take on new volunteers, however we appreciate each and every offer of help.

Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity and we help cats and kittens in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and understanding of its needs, we aim to support people to be the best possible cat owners in order to achieve this. Learn more about what we do. 

As a charity, our work is dependent on the generosity and kindness of public support. Your donations enable us to provide for the cats in our care, now and in the future. The work never stops, and we are grateful for any support we receive.

This YouTube video features our cat carer Andy McPhee doing what he's best at.