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Welcome to Cats Gwent Branch

Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity. At Gwent Branch, we offer support services to help cats and kittens in the local community, covering postcodes: CF46, CF81, CF82, CF83, NP10, NP11, NP12, NP13, NP15, NP16, NP18, NP19, NP20, NP22, NP23, NP24, NP25, NP26, NP4, NP44, NP7, NP8, CF37, CF38, CF39, CF40, CF41, CF42, CF43.

We’re a passionate, cat-loving team who work in Gwent area to deliver an ambitious national vision.

 

 

Cat adoption in Gwent

If you are considering adopting one of our cats or kittens:

  • All our cats and kittens are advertised when ready here on our website, on our main Facebook group and our FB Adoption page
  • Please read our Hands Free Adoption Process to be sure you are able to comply
  • If so, please PM Glynis Davies or message our page to register your interest in a particular cat or kitten when advertised

We always have many beautiful cats of all ages in care needing a new start in life in loving permanent homes. Kittens and cats up to the age of 2 years old are very popular, but we usually have lots of older adult cats too who also deserve the best life we can find for them. The average life expectancy of a cat is 15-16 years old, so an 8 year old cat still has many good years to come.

There are many reasons why cats come to us - some of them have been left behind when their owners moved away, handed into us when a baby is born and the cat is no longer wanted, and some, sadly, have been mis-treated while others are not wanted as they are getting older. Some of our cats have had a difficult time, but they all deserve a loving, secure home.  If you have a kind heart, please consider one of our lovely cats who needs a helping hand in life. Thank you.

NB : All cats in our care are neutered (if old enough), fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, blood tested, worm and flea treated and Vet checked to ensure they are perfectly healthy when they leave us for their new homes. Kittens are provided with full cost vouchers for neutering when old enough.

OUR ADOPTION FEE

Kittens up to and including 6 months of age £95

Adults aged over 6 months £75

Thank you so much for considering a Gwent Cats Protection cat or kitten

Support Cats Protection Gwent Branch

Ways you can help support Gwent Branch and the many cats and kittens in our care. Thank you for any help you are able to give!

 

Donate now

Donate now

Appeals

Appeals

Fundraise for us

Fundraise for us

Challenge events

Challenge events

Membership

Membership

Weekly lottery

Weekly lottery

Gifts In Wills

Gifts In Wills

Other ways to give

Other ways to give

Fundraising events for cats in Gwent

Take a look at our local events and find out how you can support Gwent Cats Protection.

Sorry, there are currently no events available at the moment.

Volunteer at Cats Protection Gwent Branch

We are always on the look out for people in the Gwent area who are willing to help with the following:

Home visiting

  • Before we home a cat we choose to visit the prospective home – first 2 visits will be with another home visitor before going it alone! It's a chance to chat about the cat and answer any questions

Fostering

  • Indoor fostering with spare room
  • Wildie kitten fosterer with spare room
  • Fosters need to drive for Vet visits etc

Transport

  • Picking up donations for shop and short term storage
  • Taking donations to shop in Abergavenny

Fund raising - usually at the weekends

  • People who will arrange events from start to finish
  • Someone to arrange / chase up / organize food bin allocations

Posters

  • We need as many people as possible to print off and display our posters for Cat Adoption Days and Bric-a-brac sales. Only 1 poster per person would really help us. These posters can be emailed to you. These can be in local shops/supermarkets/catteries/pet shops/in your car’s back window...ANYWHERE! If I can keep a list of who is putting where it would really help

Vets for posters

  • Ideally we need people who can ‘look after’ a vet local to them for printing and taking posters to them (rather than us posting them) 

Trapping

  • People who are available during the day or evening who can trap feral cats and take them to the vets for neutering/spaying & then return them to the place they were captured. Trapping equipment will be provided

eBay

  • Running our eBay account – gwentsouthcp – using both donated and bought in items

Collection boxes

  • Contact new places that may be prepared to have our collection box
  • Arrange regular emptying of boxes 

Lost and found cats in Gwent

Have you lost a cat? Or found a cat and you’re unsure what to do next? Read our guides on stray, feral, lost and found cats.

If you have a lost cat that you would like to report then please give us a call on 0345 371 2747 with the details and we will place your cat onto the Lost & Found list.

Lost, found and feral cats

Lost Cats

Found Cats

Gwent - Contact Details

Our postal address

Cats Protection Gwent
PO Box 169
Abergavenny
NP7 1DJ

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Our charity shop

We opened a charity shop in Abergavenny in June 2013 and donations are always welcome. Please call ahead if you're planning a large donation due to limited space.

Address: 22 Frogmore Street, Abergavenny NP7 5AH

Tel: 01873 857770

Opening times:

  • Monday - Saturday, 9am - 5pm
  • Sunday, 10am - 4pm