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21st January 2020
Cats Protection’s Chief Executive James Yeates has been appointed as a member of an expert panel advising the Government on important animal welfare issues.
16th January 2020
A young cat was nursed back to health after a suspected road accident by dedicated cat charity staff and volunteers who put in hours of physio to get him back on his paws.
7th January 2020
Head of Advocacy & Government Relations Jacqui Cuff said: “Cats Protection is delighted that the Government has said it will review model tenancy contracts to enable more renters to own pets.
19th December 2019
A Norfolk cat charity is celebrating a moggy milestone, just in time for Christmas.
11th December 2019
A nine-year-old ginger cat is lucky to be alive after being hit by a truck on Whitehall Road in Gildersome.
9th December 2019
A year-old cat and her newborn litter of kittens have survived some of the coldest nights of the year by sheltering in a shed, withstanding temperatures below zero.
3rd December 2019
Two unlucky felines are in need of new homes in time for the festive season, having each been given up twice already.
2nd December 2019
Four tiny kittens found abandoned in a shed are on the road to recovery thanks to the kindness of their rescuers and the dedication of a local cat welfare charity.
21st November 2019
A moggy with a drooping ear and facial tics is looking for a special new home after being taken in by Cats Protection’s National Cat Adoption Centre.
12th November 2019
A stray cat found close to death is believed to have come into contact with chemicals, leaving him with severely burnt skin and fur.
30th October 2019
Staff and volunteers at the new Cats Protection charity shop in Didsbury were left stunned when they were a handed a £20,000 donation as they prepared to open for the first time.
28th October 2019
A cat in the care of Cats Protection’s Wrexham Adoption Centre turned out to be one of nature's rarest and most unusual sights – a male tortoiseshell.