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Please see our frequently asked questions below.


Why have you changed the way you are supporting cats in Bradford? 

We are making changes to the way our Community Engagement team operates by taking a broader area approach, meaning we will be able to reach more cats and owners in need. This will allow us to share the neutering message more widely. Our teams will continue to support and encourage neutering of owned cats through working with communities, stakeholders and relevant organisations. Ultimately the more cats that are neutered the better welfare this is for all cats, both the individual cat and the cat population. You can read more about that on our neutering pages.

What does this mean for the cats in Bradford that need help?

There will still be support available for cats in the BD5 area of Bradford. Although we are making some changes to the way our Community Engagement teams operate, Cats Protection will still be offering some services within Bradford. This includes our subsidised neutering scheme, which supports eligible cat owners in getting their cats neutered for only £10 and our Leeds Cat Centre which is continuing business as usual. If you’d like to discuss this further, please contact us.

How do I neuter my cat on the Cats Protection neutering scheme? 

Find out which vets are participating in our neutering scheme by checking our neutering map.

How do I get support with my vet bills for my cat in Bradford? 

While we are able to offer certain financial assistance for neutering and microchipping, there are charities and specific services dedicated to assisting with vet bills. You can get in touch with PDSA Bradford, who may be able to help, by calling 01274 740 070

What if I find a stray or feral cat? 

If you think that you have found a stray cat, we have handy guidance on what to do. Alternatively, you can give us a call and we can provide advice: 03000 12 12 12.

What if I find a cat that is injured and it's an emergency? 

If you have any concerns about a kitten or cat’s welfare, we always advise to report it straight away to the RSPCA. You can get in touch with them by calling 0300 1234 999

What if I am considering rehoming my cat? 

Giving up your cat is never an easy decision. We’ve created a guide to help you decide if and when you should rehome your cat. If you’ve considered all your options and decided you still want to rehome your cat, please do get in touch with our Leeds Cat Centre.

In addition to this, you can also get in touch with Yorkshire Cat Rescue.

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