01 January 2019
It was a busy 2018 for Cats Protection Swale. Our first ever Chip and Snip days. Which were very busy and led to a couple of days for chipping only. Not forgetting our year round neutering vouchers that have helped many owned cats A large number of events of all shapes and sizes. These included the very popular quiz nights and our highly successful tea parties. A host of cats that were provided foster care and found loving new forever homes. A larger number of felines that were rescued by us and kindly found forever homes by other branches, charities and rescues. A big thank you to the RSPCA (England & Wales), Cats Protection - Bredhurst Adoption Centre & Maidstone Homing/Info Centre, Cats Protection North London Adoption Centre, Rhodes Minnis Cat Sanctuary, and Romney House Cat Rescue for their much needed help. Feral colonies that were trapped, neutered and returned. Plus ferals we neutered starting new lives on farms and such to help keep down vermin. All of which was down to both the tireless work of our volunteers, and the help and support of kind members of public. Thanks go to all. 2018 in pictures from left to right. Cherry bonding with her fosterer before finding her forever home. A troublesome duo from our first Chip and Snip day. Bert the van with companion Bear. Feral cat Rogue shortly before getting the treatment he needed. The Milton Creek Crewe after being rescued from being abandoned. The Sittingbourne Christmas Light Switch On. Pickles starting her exercises to lose weight. New volunteer Billy's first TNR. The every popular Werewolves.