What we do

Skegness & District Cats Protection Branch covers postcode areas PE22, PE23, PE24, PE25, LN12 and LN13.

The branch's main areas of work are:
  • Rehoming cats and kittens - the cats we currently have in care looking for their forever home can be seen on our Adopt A Cat page.
  • Promoting the neutering of all cats - information about how we can help owners in receipt of benefits or on low income with the cost of neutering is on our Neutering page.
  • Supporting the management and welfare of farm and feral cats - we offer a trap, neuter and return scheme for Farm/feral cats.
  • Educating people to improve their understanding of cats and their care – see our Cat Care Information page for guides on cat ownership and well-being.
  • We run a lost and found register to help reunite missing cats with their owners - we also have a very active Facebook page that can help reunite cats and their owners quickly.
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Each year our branch takes in, fully treats and rehomes over 100 unwanted or stray cats.  The branch is run by unpaid volunteers and is dependent on the generosity and goodwill of our supporters - please see Support Us for different ways you can help and/or raise money.

We are not an adoption centre that you can visit; all of the cats in our care are looked after by a small team of volunteer fosterers in purpose-built pens in their gardens or in dedicated rooms in the fosterer’s own home. We never put a healthy cat to sleep.

We are a welfare and rehoming charity only; we have no authority to investigate cases of cruelty and have no legal powers to intervene to remove animals from their owners.  

If you suspect that someone is being cruel or neglecting an animal you should contact the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999.