Time for a change?

Are you looking to make some changes in your life during 2015?
If you like cats and are looking for something different that’s rewarding
and enjoyable then we could be just what you’re looking for! Stourbridge, Dudley and Wyre Forest Cats Protection is run entirely by volunteers who come from all walks of life.
We're a friendly group of men, women and teens who are working together to help local cats.
For more information take a look at some of the volunteering roles we have available – just click on the volunteering tab at the top of the page.
Whether you’ve got a little time or a lot of time, we’d love to hear from you…

Animal Hero Awards 2014

27 October 2014

It’s almost time for the Daily Mirror and RSPCA Animal Hero Awards 2014 and nominations are now open for this year’s ceremony. Do you know a CP rescue cat who has gone above and beyond for their owner? Or perhaps a cat who has had a traumatic life and amazed you with their resilience? Or a CP volunteer who has made that life-changing difference to the cats in their care? There are many categories for which you can nominate a cat, individual, group or business partner – so let’s celebrate...

Permethrin In Flea Treatments Kills Cats: Sign the Petition

18 October 2014

Permethrin can kill cats or severely injure cats even in very small quantities - but every month PDSA sees 20 cases of cat poisoning from Permethrin because owners use dog flea treatments containing Permethrin on cats. Many other vets are also reporting cases. If a cat rubs against a dog that has been treated with a Permethrin-based flea treatment it can be poisoned through ingesting the poison from its fur when it cleans ...

MLAs support pledge to improve cat welfare

02 September 2014

It has been a topic of vast debate over recent weeks, and now MLAs are being encouraged by one of the UK’s most prominent charities to put their support behind their pledge to work in partnership to improve cat welfare. Cats Protection today launched their “Speaking up for Cats” pledge at Stormont with Chris Lyttle MLA, who encouraged his colleagues to sign the pledge in support of keeping animal cruelty, the education of cat and animal care and the ...