Our Isle of Wight Cats Protection Newsletter is now out!
29 July 2019
View our sizzling Summer newsletter for all the latest news, views and cat tales from our Centre. We've got loads of news to share with you, including the latest on our new Visitor and Admin Centre, which was officially opened on 14 April. Who better to cut the ribbon than James Yeates, CEO of Cats Protection and Malcolm Ross, Mayor of Ryde. We’ve got lots more to share on this great event so do download our newsletter to find out more.
We've also got a big section on volunteering. The critical work we do for cats across the island is only made possible through the efforts of our volunteers who give their time and expertise to make such a positive difference to cats’ lives. Needless to say, we’d love to welcome more volunteers to the team. Emma Duffield, our Volunteer Team Leader, will tell you more about this in the newsletter.
So whether you’re thinking of volunteering or adopting or just wanting to hear more about the cats - please read on. Or come on over. We’d love to see you.
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