Additional activities

Help and Advice

Looking for help and advice? Cats Protection vet approved guides focus on everything from how to care for a kitten to what to do if you've lost your cat.

Cat help and advice can be found here.

Neutering

As one of our key aims we promote neutering as a safe and painless way to control the cat population. It is also an effective way to reduce your household costs - caring for a mother and kittens is becoming increasingly expensive. There are thousands of unwanted cats and kittens in the UK and neutering is the only effective way to reduce this growing number.

If you need financial assistance for neutering your cat then we may be able to help by providing you with a low-cost neutering voucher. Please email us at neutering@miltonkeynes.cats.org.uk, or call us on 01908 984799 for further information.

Rehoming

Giving up your cat is never an easy decision - after all, we know they are beloved members of the family. From moving home to changes in relationship and family situations, there are many reasons why you may decide it would be best to rehome your cat.

We've created a guide to help you decide if and when you should rehome your cat. It can also help you decide if there are any circumstances under which you could keep them, for example by addressing problem behaviour to prevent rehoming a cat that sprays.

After reading the guide, if you decide you still need to rehome your cat, then please contact us via email at admissions@miltonkeynes.cats.org.uk, or call us on 01908 984799.

Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR)

Cats Protection offers a Trap, Neuter and Return scheme (TNR) for feral cats, which can help to limit disease.

Details of this scheme can be found here.

Paws Protect

Paws Protect is Cats Protection's pet fostering service for families fleeing domestic abuse.

We offer a free, confidential fostering service, taking care of cats until their owners are safely able to be reunited. Cats joining Paws Protect will be health checked before going to the home of one of our foster carers, where they will be treated as a family pet.

Details of this service can be found here.

Cat Guardians

Cat Guardians is the free service provided by Cats Protection, aimed at giving peace of mind to cat owners concerned about what might happen if they were to pass away before their cat.

Details of this service can be found here.