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Bay Magazine, May 2019

01 May 2019

Trap, neuter and return Herding Cats! Herding cats? Surely not! Well, you’re right it isn’t the best way to catch cats, so at Swansea Cats Protection we undertake TNR – which stands for ‘trap, neuter and return’. Whilst it’s not the most glamorous role our incredibly dedicated volunteers undertake, it is certainly a vital and challenging one. TNR is the method preferred by Cats Protection to effectively and humanely control feral cat populations ...

Toby's Heroes

27 April 2019

When Toby one of our rescue cats went missing last week after a trip to the vet (the lovely fella wasn’t feeling his best) his adoring owners, Margaret and Craig, feared the worst. Posters were put up, leaflets were distributed - the word was out: ‘Toby is missing!’ Immediately to the rescue came Daniel and Cook who were determined to find him. These thoughtful boys wouldn’t take any reward for their efforts until dear Toby was safe and sound back home with his loving ...

Bay Magazine, April 2019

29 March 2019

Spring clean and de-clutter for cats! Swansea Cats Protection with Lyn Gardner Spring is in the air and our thoughts inevitably turn to having a good tidy up and de-clutter, so this month we thought you’d like to hear about our volunteer-run fundraising charity shop. It’s a great place to donate your unwanted items – and to shop too. Having a good clear out and sorting through your clothes, books and other household items may not be everyone’s idea of fun, but ...

Bay Magazine, March 2019

01 March 2019

Neutering your cat: Please don’t litter! Keep calm and neuter on! Whatever witty slogan we use to attract your attention, by the time you read this article, kitten season will have begun in earnest. Now of course as a volunteer for Swansea Cats Protection, my head can be turned by the sight of adorable kittens – whose wouldn’t? But as a volunteer I also see the hundreds of abandoned kittens, unwanted adult cats and the terrible toll that repeated pregnancies take on ...

Bay Magazine, Feb 2019

01 February 2019

Looking forward, looking back on another year at Swansea Cats Protection We’re now well into the New Year and already busy helping the many cats and kittens in need within the area – our work barely slows down for any national holiday! So while we’re certainly looking forward to what we hope to achieve in 2019, it’s always good to take note of our achievements for the previous year too. So here is a brief overview of our work last year, before we move on to look at the ...

Charity Shop

27 January 2019

BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD CHARITY SHOP RELAUNCH, RUN ENTIRELY BY VOLUNTEERSOPEN 9am - 4pm Monday to Saturday Do you love a bargain? If so visit Swansea Cats Protection charity shop at 85 Brynymor Road, Brynmill and you will find designer bags, shoes, boots and lovely jewellery, as well as books, CDs and DVDs. Some examples of designer bags we’ve been lucky enough to be donated in the past are – Kipling, Jayne Shilton, Marc Jacobs to name a few. New clothing and items are brought in ...

Bay Magazine - Autumn 2018

01 January 2019

Cat Tales This month we’d like to give you an insight into the work we do as volunteers for Swansea Cats Protection and what better way than to look at it from the cat’s perspective! How might the cats and kittens we help every day see our work? Sometimes they are not at all happy to see us and are terrified we might be just another person to fear and flee from. Others are just bewildered at how their lives have been turned upside down; yesterday they were happy in their home and ...

Old Cats deserve a chance too

06 August 2017

We currently have a lot of mature cats looking for their forever homes. Adopting an older cat really makes a huge difference to their, and your, life!These are just a few reasons An adult cat's personality has already developed, so you'll know if he or she is a good fit for your family. An adult cat may very well already know basic household etiquette (like not attacking your feet at night). In particular, senior cats are often already litter trained and ...