Due to the developing situation with COVID-19 we are taking some extra precautions at this time to try and ensure that we keep our volunteers and branches safe so we can continue to care for cats. No viewings, adoptions or admissions are being carried out.
If you would like any advice relating to Cats Protection and our services please contact 03000 12 12 12 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Response times might be slightly longer than usual.
As this situation is a rapidly changing one we will keep you updated with any changes as they occur, thank you for your patience at this time.
This Branch currently have no cats for adoption. This is due to a lack of fostering facilities at the present time.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DETAILS BELOW ALSO ARE CURRENTLY NOT 'ACTIVE' OFFERS AS WE ARE CURRENTLY UNABLE TO UNDERTAKE TRAPPING AND RELOCATION WORK FOR FERAL CATS.
IF YOU WISH HOWEVER TO DISCUSS ANY ASPECTS OF SUCH MATTERS WITH US, PLEASE DO CONTACT US ON 03452 602 397
We are always looking for homes for feral cats on smallholdings, farms, stables, nurseries etc. Here is the environmentally friendly solution to rodent control - no dangerous chemicals, but efficient hunters who just get on with the work. Our ferals will have been neutered, blood tested for FIV/FeLV and flea/worm treated. All they require in return is some shelter and a regular food supply, and they will keep the rodent population down.
Cat Pen Sponsorship
Hungry, homeless and alone, so many unwanted cats arrive at our Branch.
Sponsoring one of our cat pens is one of the best ways you can help, providing them with shelter, warmth, food, medical care and the love they need to prepare them for adoption.
It's easy to become a sponsor right now, for as little as 19p a day.
To get started, just choose the cat and pen you'd like to sponsor from the gallery here: www.cats.org.uk/twbr
Please use this link to sign up and Taunton and Wellington branch will receive 100% of your sponsorship
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