**COVID-19 UPDATE 25th June 2020**

We are will be able to offer our new "hands free homing" service from 1st July! Please visit the Adopt a Cat page from this date for more details.

Whilst the cats with our fosterers have all been very well cared for during lockdown, please note that we are not yet able to take new cats into care.

If you urgently need our help to rehome your cat please continue to call our national helpline 03000 12 12 12 and they will liaise with our regional management as to whether we or another branch / adoption centre are in a position to help. Please only do this if necessary, for example if you or the cats will be without a home in the near future, or if there is a major health issue involved.

If your cat needs urgent veterinary treatment please call your vet in the first instance and your veterinary team will be able to triage the case over the phone. They will likely then offer a phone, video or face to face consultation dependent on the urgency / need for the patient to be seen. Please make sure you are aware of your veterinary practice's opening hours and consult protocols at this time.

Welcome to your local Cats Protection volunteer run branch

We are currently looking to rehome a wide variety of cats and kittens.

If you would to rehome a cat or kitten please take a look at our Adopt a cat page.

We welcome new volunteers

We are always looking for temporary foster carers. This involves looking after cats that need a little bit more attention than we can give them when we have reached our kitty capacity.

If you are interested in volunteering please email: coordinator@newtown.cats.org.uk or call: 01686 670 277 for an informal chat. Thank you.
Cats Protection is the UK's leading cat welfare charity, rehoming and reuniting 55,000 cats and kittens a year through its nationwide network of 29 adoption centres and 252 volunteer run branches. We also promote responsible cat ownership through education and information and run comprehensive neutering programmes involving approximately 100,000 cats every year.