Keep up to date with all the news from the St Neots branch here.

Support from Pets at Home

11 April 2016

VIP Lifelines from Pets at Home, St Neots We’re very excited to announce that we have been chosen by the new Pets at Home store in St Neots as a charity they will be supporting. One important way they will do this will be through their VIP lifelines scheme. When you join their VIP club you can choose to nominate Cats Protection as your chosen charity. Then every time you swipe your VIP card at the St Neots store when you shop, you’ll be helping raise raising funds for our cats, as ...

Change to Catchment Area

05 April 2016

Some changes have been made to the catchment area of a neighbouring branch, which means that we will now be expanding our area to cover Huntingdon and St Ives, as well as their surrounding villages. Our name will be changing to St Neots, Huntingdon and St Ives Cats Protection to reflect these changes.We will still be covering St Neots and our existing catchment area and will continue to work hard to promote Cats Protection and the work we do in both old and new areas. We will still be run by the...

Change to Adoption Fee

09 March 2016

As of the 1st April 2016, the adoption fee for a cat or kitten from our branch will increase to £65.All cats adopted from us will be:- Health checked by a vet Neutered* Micro-chipped Vaccinated De-flead Wormed Covered by 4 weeks free insurance *We will offer free neutering at participating vets for kittens who are too young to be neutered at time of adoption.The average cost of a cat staying with us is about £150. We are therefore grateful for any donations in addition to...

Waiting List Incoming Cats

08 July 2015

Due to the number of cats and kittens we have staying in the branch, we are having to close our waiting list for new incoming cats until the 1st September. This does not apply to cats that have been homed from Cats Protection who may need to come back into the branch. This will be regularly reviewed and we will update the status if there is any change. If you need help rehoming a cat until we reopen the waiting list, please either contact Wood Green Animal Shelter, The Blue Cross in Cambridge or...

Appeal for Equipment

30 April 2015

We are urgently in need of new equipment to allow us to continue trapping, neutering and returning feral cats in our area. We work with local communities, smallholdings and farmers to help manage feral cat colonies in our area. We have a policy to humanly trap, neuter, health check and return all feral cats in a colony. To do this we use specialist equipment, which over the years has broken and now some is beyond repair. We are looking to raise £200.00 through our justgiving page ...