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Due to the developing situation with COVID-19 we are taking some extra precautions at this time to try and ensure that we keep our visitors and Centre safe so we can continue to care for cats.  The Centre is currently closed; no viewings, adoptions or admissions are being carried out.




If you would like any advice relating to Cats Protection and our Services please contact 03000 120 285 or email mitcham@cats.org.uk. Response times might be slightly longer than usual.




As this situation is a rapidly changing one we will keep you updated with any changes as they occur, thank you for your patience at this time.



 If you would like to adopt a cat, read more about the process here.

If you are interested in volunteering with Cats Protection or undertaking work experience with us, contact Emma via email at southlondon.volunteer@cats.org.uk.

If you have to give up your cat, please click here for further details of the process of giving your cat up for rehoming.

If your cat has either medical or behavioural problems, please have a look at our cat behaviour guides

For all other enquiries, please fill out the form below, and remember you can drop into the centre when we are open, no appointment needed, at:

Units 3+4 Boundary Business Court
92-94 Church Road

Email: mitcham@cats.org.uk
Telephone: 03000 120 285

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We'd love to keep in touch, by telling you about our work with cats, inviting you to support fundraising appeals, join events, campaigns or to volunteer. Rest assured, we'll never swap or sell any details about you with other organisations.

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If you wish to change the ways we contact you, please contact Supporter Services by telephoning 0800 160 1012 Monday to Friday during office hours (9am-5pm), emailing supporter.services@cats.org.uk or writing to us at Freepost Cats Protection.

We will also process your data for administrative purposes and to contact you about your enquiry.

Please visit www.cats.org.uk/terms-privacy if you have any questions about how we use your data.