Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity and our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.
Cats are at the centre of everything we do and our objectives are: homing, neutering and educating people about cats and their care.
We help thousands of cats across the UK each year thanks to our network of dedicated volunteers, staff and supporters.
Unfortunatley there are thousands of cats every year which are abandoned or left strayed which soley rely on charities like Cats Protection to help them.
By becoming a volunteer with Cats Protection you are able to be part of these cats journeys in order to help them get their lives back on track in finding their forever home.
Whether you would like to help by becoming a fosterer or helping us in our charity shop or even taking up a small role which fits around your lifestyle then please call us on 0345 371 2753 or the Cats Protection Shop 01752 267830 where one of our dedicated volunteers will be able to help you in helping our cats.
At Cats Protection we help thousands of cats each year thanks to our dedicated and passionate volunteer groups and teams, all of which help our feline friends in a different ways. They take in stray and abandoned cats and ensure they receive the veterinary care and attention they deserve, help raise funds, promote neutering and help spread cat welfare messages. Our volunteer treasurers maintain the finances of local groups and teams, ensuring they hold the funds needed to continue their vital work. Cats Protection relies solely on donations from generous members of the public, and our volunteer treasurers help make sure these funds are spent in the most effective way.
Closing date: 01 Aug 2019
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Volunteer
Unfortunately thousands of cats each year are abandoned or have strayed and rely on charities like Cats Protection for help. Becoming a TNR volunteer is one way you can make a real difference to cats in your local area. Our TNR volunteers help reduce the number of feral cats by raising awareness of our TNR programmes, setting humane traps to safely capture cats, taking them to local vets to be neutered, and hopefully returning them back to their territory. Local TNR programmes are crucial, as feral and abandoned cats present a huge challenge for communities across the UK.
Closing date: 12 Oct 2019