What we do

We are part of Cats Protection, the UK's leading feline welfare charity.  Swansea Cats Protection is a small branch of one of over 250 volunteer run branches covering the UK.  We all have full time jobs and try to help the Cats and Kittens of Swansea in our spare time

Our key objectives are:

Homing - finding good homes for cats and kittens in need
  • Neutering - Support and encourage the local community to neuter their cats
  • Education- improve people's understanding of cats and their care through education and advice


HOMING 

All potential new owners have a home visit.

The home check is an important part of our re-homing process.  It lets us see that our cat will be going to a suitable and safe environment.  It also gives you the chance to ask any questions or raise any issues that may affect your cat's future life. Once you have passed your home check, you can pick up your new cat and start a new life together.
  
All our cats have been treated to our minimum veterinary standards and have been examined by a veterinary surgeon. All Cats Protection Cats and kittens have been:

  • Neutered or spayed (if aged 4 months and above)
  • Microchipped 
  • Treated against fleas, roundworm and tapeworm
  • Four weeks insurance
  • Part or fully vaccinated against flu, FeLV and enteritis

All the above treatment, plus the cat's food whilst in our care, costs the charity over £150 per cat. We charge an adoption fee of £40 per cat/kitten. Of course, if you wish to leave an additional donation, we would be very grateful. 

We receive NO government funding and rely solely on the generosity of public donations to pay the cost of the cats in our care. The more we receive, the more cats we can help.  

If you need to rehome your cat or kitten
 
Please call us on 0345 260 2101 to discuss the rehoming of your cat. Sadly we do operate a waiting list however we will endeavour to help you at the earliest opportunity.

NEUTERING

Assistance with the cost of neutering is available to members of the public on income based benefit / low income.    To find out more about the assisted neutering schemeplease telephone our n eutering help line 03000 121212, the lines are open between 09:30 – 1pm Monday to Friday.  There is also more info here and ask your vet if they are part of the £5 scheme.


EDUCATION

Cats Protection offers free educational talks to schools, community groups and people of all ages. For further information click here. Cat care leaflets can be obtained from the Essential Guides section on the main Cats Protection website.

Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.




Thank you for your support