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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.
23rd October 2019
A stray cat that found himself in the care of a local animal welfare charity has undergone ear surgery to give him a better quality of life.
22nd October 2019
Comedian and self-confessed cat fan Bob Mortimer has created a loveable fictional feline called Liquorice Mick to be the star of this year’s National Black Cat Day (Sunday 27 October).
7th October 2019
Two tiny kittens, born with a rare genetic condition causing them to have extra toes, have charmed staff at Cats Protection’s North London Adoption Centre.
With an ever-growing awareness of the importance of mental wellbeing, research shows that simply having a cat around can help people cope better with everyday life.
3rd October 2019
A local cat charity is hoping to raise funds needed to cover emergency veterinary treatment for a cat who needed to have a badly infected eye removed.
2nd October 2019
Cats Protection has welcomed an announcement from the Government that it will launch a consultation into introducing compulsory microchipping of pet cats.
1st October 2019
Cats Protection has welcomed new laws which will strengthen animal cruelty penalties in Scotland.
24th September 2019
Sharing secrets, discussing work problems and even letting the cat into the bathroom shows the nation’s love for our feline friends.
A survey released today from Cats Protection shows how the household moggy has evolved to become an essential part of the family, especially for five-year-old Marnie Quince from King’s Lynn.