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Branch Christmas Shut Down 2017

24 November 2017

The branch will be shut for general enquiries from the 1st December to the 3rd January. We will respond to any messages on our return in the New Year. If you have adopted a cat from our branch and need to speak to us about them for any reason, please call 01480 476696 and/or with details. We will be monitoring calls and emails as frequently as possible, but it may take a few days to respond. We will still be taking enquiries for ...

Mature Moggies Week!

13 November 2017

This week we are celebrating our senior kitizens and discussing the benefits of adopting an older cat. Our branch finds it much harder to find homes for older cats, with many staying with us for several months. Poor Dizzy (right) has been in the branch since Christmas 2016 and sadly has had very little interest. If you'd like to learn more about the benefits of homing an older cat, find out your cats ages in human years or get some adivce on how best to care for an older cat please visit ...

VACANCY - Charity Shop Manager

06 November 2017

We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time shop manager in our charity shop in St Neots. Our shop is the main source of income for the work we do and money raised in our shop helps cats in our area. As shop manager, you will be responsible for managing all shop activities, aiming to achieve set targets and maximise financial contribution to the charity.Shop Manager - St Neots Shop Part time - 21 hours per week £9,785.81 plus excellent benefits ...

Branch Christmas Shut Down

10 December 2016

The branch will be closing for Christmas on the 16th December and re-opening on the 3rd January. During this time we won’t be rehoming cats or issuing neutering vouchers. Our answering service will be in operation and we will deal with all messages on our return. We won’t be regularly monitoring emails or messages so please don’t contact us with an emergency as we may not see it for some time. **If you have an emergency then please contact your local vet, the RSPCA or other...