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<h1>Through homing, neutering and other services, we support the welfare of cats and kittens in St Helens and surrounding areas.</h1>

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<div>Cats Protection is the UK&rsquo;s leading feline welfare charity. At St Helens Adoption Centre, we offer support services to help cats and kittens in the local community. 


<div>We&rsquo;re a passionate, cat-loving team who work in St Helens to deliver an <a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/about-cp/our-vision" target="_blank">ambitious national vision</a>.<br /> <br />

<h2>Cat adoption and rehoming in St Helens </h2>

Since our centre was founded in 2000, we&rsquo;re proud to have found loving new homes for over 10,000 cats and kittens. We look at everything from the cat&rsquo;s personality and individual needs, to their potential new home environment and the lifestyle of their adopter, creating a perfect feline friendship between cat and owner. If you&rsquo;re looking to adopt a cat in St Helens, you can view our latest cats and kittens here. https://www.cats.org.uk/sthelens/adopt-a-cat <br /><br />If you are considering rehoming your cat in St Helens, we&rsquo;re here to help you through this process. We understand that giving up a cat is never an easy decision. <a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/giving-up-a-cat" target="_blank">Read the Cats Protection guide to help you decide if and when you should rehome your cat</a>. If you&rsquo;d like to speak to somebody about your situation, you can contact our branch/centre on/at: 01744 817718 0r email sthelens@cats.org.uk.<br /><br />


Getting your cat neutered is the best way to avoid unwanted litters of kittens. There are also many health benefits to neutering; it reduces fighting, injuries and vet bills and can stop your cat from straying too far from home. Find out more about neutering.<br /><br />If you live in St Helens and are hesitant about neutering your cat because of the price, don&rsquo;t worry - we might be able to help with the cost. Please get in touch to find out if you are eligible for a voucher.</div>

<div><br />Trap, neuter and return (TNR) - We can also help with advice on feral cat situations and may be able to help with trapping and neutering.<br /><br />call us on 01744 817718 0r email sthelens@cats.org.uk.<br /><br />

<h2>Help and advice</h2>

Cats Protection offers a wealth of&nbsp;<a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/help-and-advice" target="_blank">expert, vet-approved advice</a> on all aspects of cat care and behaviour. If you have a question or concern about your cat, you&rsquo;ll likely find the advice you need <a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/help-and-advice">here</a>. For anything not covered, or if you need personalised advice about a medical concern, we&rsquo;d always recommend you speak to your vet in the first instance.</div>


<div>For any general Cats Protection enquiries, you can ring the National Information Line on: 03000 12 12 12.</div>

<div><br />If you need advice about rehoming or adopting a cat, neutering, or lost and found cats in St Helens, you can ring us on 01744 817718 or contact us via our online form. Contact Us (cats.org.uk) Please note, we are a team of volunteers who receive a large number of enquiries. If we are unable to help you immediately, we will get back to you as soon as possible.</div>

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<h2>Lost or found a cat in St Helens?</h2>


<div>We&rsquo;ll do everything we can to reunite you with your lost cat, or locate a found cat&rsquo;s owner. [Call or email the Centre.</div>

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<h2>Other services</h2>


<div>As well as support with homing, neutering and expert advice, Cats Protection offers additional services including <a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/catguardians" target="_blank">Cat Guardians</a>: a free service allowing you to make plans for your cat should you pass away before them, <a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/paws-protect" target="_blank">Paws Protect</a>: a cat fostering service for those fleeing domestic abuse, and an&nbsp;<a href="https://education.cats.org.uk/" target="_blank">education site</a> for the cat owners of the future, with interactive resources children can enjoy at school or home. Cats Protection also takes on&nbsp;<a href="https://www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/campaigning" target="_blank">vital campaign work</a> to influence politicians and decision makers to create a better world for cats.</div>