Cats Protection’s Mid Kent Branch is part of the UK’s leading feline welfare charity and helps over 205,000 cats and kittens each year through a national network of 250 volunteer-run branches and 32 adoption centres.
New Cats Protection Charity shop open
Get your shopping done at our new charity shop full of pawsome gifts.Cats Protection are seeking employees and volunteers to help run the shop please speak to our friendly staff inside for more information. Next time you find something you no longer need, please think of us and bring it along as a donation to help support our work
.Funds raised by the new premises will help the work of the Mid-Kent branch of Cats Protection with neutering and offering advice and care for cat owners in our region.Unit 1, Langley Park,
Saturday: 09:00 - 17.00
Sunday: 10.00 - 16.00
Maidstone Homing and Information Centre
As a branch we still do not have any cats for rehoming.
If you are interested in adopting a cat from us please, visit our Maidstone Homing and Information Centre. The centre is run and operated by Cats Protection Bredhurst Branch. Maidstone Newnham Court Homing & Information Centre: Monday - Thursday 9am-4pmFriday 10.30am-4.30pmSaturday 9am-6pmSunday 10am-4pmNewnham Court Shopping VillageBearsted RoadMaidstoneKentME14 5LHFor a full account of cats up for adoption at Maidstone Homing and Information centre and Bredhurst Adoption Centre
Telephone: 01634 232471
Website: http://bredhurst.cats.org.uk/bredhurst/adopt-a-cat Facebook
Mid Kent Branch is in need of a Homing Team Leader to help place unwanted and abandoned cats with loving new owners.
The Homing Team Leader is a vital role, working with the Welfare Team Leader to provide the first port of call for people wishing to adopt a cat, arranging home visits and ensuring the right cat goes to the right home.
You don’t have to have any previous administrative experience, as the charity can provide assistance and support materials. However you must have a desire to care about cats and has bring plenty of enthusiasm.
The role is a voluntary one and by sparing just a couple of hours a week it can make a huge difference to needy cats. We are sure whoever takes on the role will find it incredibly rewarding. It’s also a great way to make new friends – both human and feline!
Find out more: https://www.cats.org.uk/maidstone/volunteering/rehoming-team-leader
Reasons to Neuter your cat
Everyday this week find out a new reason to neuter your cat
Reason 1 to Neuter: Neutered males are less likely to spray smelly urine in your house and garden
Reason 2 to Neuter: They're less likely to get diseases through mating and the risk of cancers is reduced
Reason 3 to Neuter: Got a female cat? No more being woken up by her wailing when she's in heat!
Reason 4 to Neuter: Your neutered male is less likely to roam, so there's less chance he'll be hit by a car
Reason 5 to Neuter: Your cat will fight less, meaning fewer injuries and therefore lower vet bills
Cats Protection’s Mid Kent Branch is on several social media platforms. We will be posting news about our branch, cat care advice and what cats are up for adoption at our centre and what cats have found a new happy home.