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Due to the newly released Coronovirus Guidelines, events which were to be held on the 21st March & 11th April have been cancelled. Government Guidelines may effect future events so please check the events page beforehand, for any up-to-date information. We will issue updates when the situation changes. Thank you for your understanding and support. We hope to see you very soon!

Autumn Fayre 2019

21 November 2019

The annual Cats Protection Autumn Fayre took place at the Tilehurst Methodist Church, Reading, on the 16th November. It’s always the largest Cats Protection event of the year – so it was fantastic to see so many volunteers and customers getting involved in the fundraising spirit. Large crowds of people queued outside the venue up to 30minutes before the doors were opened; the footfall seemed to be constant, with some people showing up later in the day who were new to the Fayre ...

Reading Water Fest 2019

15 June 2019

Reading Water Fest is a free event held at Forbury Gardens, which Cats Protection gladly became a part of this year. Visitors to this year’s celebration of canal life were treated to children’s activities, craft and charity stalls as well as boat parades and a boat tug of war. The event was extended into the newly restored Abbey Ruins and Forbury Gardens, where traditional music and dance was complemented by a feast of folk-inspired acts. Despite rainy showers on the day, everyone ...

Free neutering!

22 May 2018

Neutering vouchers are currently available to people living in our branch area who are on low incomes or are receiving benefits, and can be used at our designated vets: Castle Vets in Tilehurst Road Tilehurst Vets in School Road Oakley Vets in Caversham Companion Care (Pets at Home) Burghfield Vets Free microchipping is also included in the voucher if your cat is not already chipped. Cats must be aged 5 months or over - if you have a kitten younger than that, please contact us once ...

Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) vaccinations

22 May 2018

We have recently heard that not all vets automatically vaccinate against Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) when administering the annual booster for cats. Cats Protection, as a member of The Cat Group, recommends vaccines for the following feline diseases: Feline infectious enteritis (FIE), Cat 'flu, and Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV). This problem arises because some manufacturers produce the FeLV vaccine as a separate vaccine, which is ideally given to the cat at...