We are continuing with our hands-free homing approach for some of our centres and branches across the UK depending on national and local restrictions. This is to ensure that we can continue to help home as many cats as possible at this time by matching them with their perfect family and also help to free up spaces in our centres for cats in need.Find out more about hands-free homing
Our ability and capacity to take in cats varies across the UK due to limited employee and volunteer capacity in some places and national/local restrictions on permitted activity.
To find out about rehoming where you live please contact your nearest Cats Protection branch or centre.
You can find your nearest centre or branch by typing in your postcode into our Find Us tool.
Cats Protection is unable to offer a temporary boarding service for owned cats.
To find out what is happening in your local branch or centre please contact Cats Protection on 03000 12 12 12 or visit our Find Us tool to contact them directly.
We are following national and local guidance across the UK to determine whether or not we are able to open our shops.
Where our shops are open in the UK, to keep our volunteers, employees and shoppers safe, we’ll be implementing the following measures in store:
To find out if your local shop is open, visit Find a Shop.
We’re always grateful for donations and really appreciate the generosity of our supporters. We’ll be putting procedures in place in every shop that remains open to ensure we can accept, process and store donations safely. If you’d like to donate to a shop near you, we’d recommend phoning the shop first to arrange a drop-off.
If your local shop is closed due to regional or national restrictions we ask that you please hold onto your donations until we are able to receive them. Items left outside shops are at risk of being damaged through weather conditions or stolen, so we ask that you kindly donate to us during trading hours.
We are continuing to provide high levels of care for the cats in our branches and centres.
The national Neutering Helpline is currently open from 9.30am – 1pm, Monday to Friday on 03000 12 12 12.Find out more about our neutering services
Yes, we can still help with subsidised neutering. Our regional neutering campaigns are continuing for the time being. However, most vets will only be doing urgent or emergency treatments.Find out more here
We are following national and local guidance across the UK to determine whether or not we are able to do trap, neuter and return (TNR) of feral cats.
Any TNR work we do will be subject to an initial risk assessment and care will be taken to follow national and local government COVID-19 restrictions.
Find out more about our neutering services here, or call us on 03000 12 12 12.
Unfortunately our face-to-face events are on hold until further notice. For local and regional events organised by branches and centres, please visit their individual websites for updated information. If you’re unsure, please contact our Fundraising team who will do their best to help. Email email@example.com or call 01825 741 960.Find out more about events
Many of our challenge events are rescheduled or replaced with virtual challenges.
If you would like further information or to check on your specific challenge please contact our Events team who will do their best to help. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01825 741 960.Find out more about virtual challenge events
Unfortunately our face-to-face events are on hold until further notice. Many of our fundraising events now have virtual options.
If you would like to find out more or receive guidance on how to turn your fundraising event virtual, please contact our Events team who will do their best to help. Email email@example.com or call 01825 741 960.
Please do contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a volunteering query.Find out more about volunteering
Please contact Paws Protect directly on 0345 260 1280 (9am to 5pm Mon-Fri) to discuss your specific circumstances. Please note we are only able to speak to referrals who are fleeing domestic abuse.
Yes. Visit our careers site to find details of our current recruitment activity.
Cats Protection is taking extra precautions to try and ensure that we keep our people safe. This includes:
Information is correct as of 8 February 2020.