Due to the developing situation with COVID-19 we have been instructed to take some extra precautions at this time to try and ensure that we keep our cats and volunteers safe so we can continue to care for those cats with us.

We are now allowed to home cats using the 'Hands Free Homing Process', for more information, please click the link below.
'Hands Free Homing Process' 

We are also admitting cats into care using a simliar Hands Free process, if you wish to relinquish your cat please contact us on enquiries@midsomer.cats.org.uk, we will email you the necessary forms.

If you would like any advice relating to Cats Protection and our services please call the Contact Centre using 03000 121212 or e-mail info@cats.org.uk
Response times might be slightly longer than usual.

Thank you for your patience at this time.

Welcome to thMidsomer Norton & Radstock Branch of Cats Protection

Our visio
n is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.
We are a small branch of Cats Protection run entirely by a group of dedicated volunteers. We take in unwanted cats and kittens from the area coloured green in the above map. Our neighbouring branches include Bristol, Frome and Glastonbury & Wells.
We help with neutering in the area to encourage responsible ownership which will stop unwanted litters becoming the abandoned cats of the future.

We hold 3 local fundraising events per year and attend many more to help fund the cats in our care, as you can imagine, regardless of how much we raise, it is never enough and therefore we are always grateful for the generosity of public donations and the kind people who remember us in their will. All donations regardless of size enables us to carry on with our vital work.

Our work is never ending and our volunteers are always busy. We are always looking for help with Fostering and also rely on Food Donations.

Any help in any form is much appreciated by all of us here at the Midsomer Norton & Radstock Branch, especially our furry friends who, through no fault of their own, have found themselves in our care.