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Welcome to Cats Protection Woking & District Branch

We’re here to support cats and kittens in Woking & District covering postcodes: GU21, GU22, GU24, GU25, KT12, KT13, KT14, KT15, KT16, TW17, TW18 and TW20.

Run by a small team of dedicated, cat-loving volunteers,  we’re passionate about improving the lives of cats and kittens in Woking & District, working to find loving new homes for local cats in our care, offering support with neutering, and lost and found cats, as well as general education and awareness within the Woking area. You can find out more about the work of Cats Protection here.

Our free neutering campaign continues to run so please contact us if you have an unneutered kitten/cat.

If you want to find out more about the work we do, check out our newsletter – click here.

Cat adoption in Woking

Could you provide a loving new home for a cat in Woking? During the process of adopting a cat from us, we’ll consider everything from your potential pet’s personality and how this fits with your lifestyle, to your home environment – creating the perfect match for both cat and owner and the start of a wonderful feline friendship.

All our cats are vaccinated, neutered and flea and worm treated.  The cost to adopt a cat (6 months plus) is £100 and to adopt a kitten is £120.

Cats available for adoption from Cats Protection Woking & District Branch are featured below. To express your interest in a particular cat, please enquire via their listing. If you have any general enquiries about your suitability, or the adoption process, please call us on 01483 928 018 or email us

Support Cats Protection Woking & District Branch

None of our vital work would be possible without you. There are many ways you can be there for cats and kittens in Woking.

Bank transfer: Barclays Bank: Cats Protection - Woking Branch Sort code: 20-42-66 Account number: 40051713 Reference: Surname and donation

Our Amazon Wishlist can be found here.

Some of our wonderful volunteers and supporters are taking in part in different fundraisers and are seeking donations so if you would like to sponsor any of them, this would greatly appreciated:

Gemma is taking part in Madagascar Adventure 2025 where she will discover the Madagascan hills and wildlife all while improving the lives of cats! You can read all about this challenge by clicking here

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Fundraising events for cats in Woking

Want to fundraise for cats in Woking by taking part in one of our events? From summer fêtes to epic sporting challenges, we’d love to see you at one of our fundraising events soon. You can also check out the national Cats Protection events calendar here.

Volunteer at Cats Protection Woking & District Branch

Without volunteers, Cats Protection Woking Branch simply wouldn't exist. Our amazing, friendly volunteers are a diverse group with a shared love of cats who fit volunteering around their home lives and personal commitments.

We are often looking to welcome new volunteers to join our brilliant team. As well as meeting great people and making an incredible difference to the cats of Woking, you'll enjoy practical benefits such as discounted pet insurance.

Anyone wishing to volunteer with us as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, please note that unfortunately we are not able to support this due to the size of the branch, instead we recommend you enquire with an adoption or homing centre.


Lost and found cats in Woking

Have you lost or found a cat in the Woking and District area? We support lost or found cats in the following postcodes: GU21, GU22, GU24, GU25, KT12, KT13, KT14, KT15, KT16, TW17, TW18 and TW20.

To report a lost cat, or if you have found one in the Woking and District area, please email our Lost and Found Mailbox or call 01483 928 018 and select mailbox 3.

Please supply us with the following information when contacting us so that we can complete a profile of your cat on our website and Facebook page:

  • Name
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Neutered or not
  • Breed
  • Size/Build
  • Coat colour
  • Type of coat (i.e. long-haired /short-haired)
  • Eye colour
  • Any distinguishing marks or [physical characteristics)
  • Any identification (i.e. collar (including colour), tag or microchip)
  • Area and date last seen (i.e. street, postcode area)
  • Your email address - This will not be shared outside of the branch.
  • Your contact telephone numbers (i.e., landline and mobile) This will not be shared outside of the branch.

Please also email a recent photograph as an attachment (jpg or png format).

We have a dedicated Lost and Found Facebook page and a page on our website where we will post this information.

Lost, found and feral cats

Lost Cats

Found Cats

Woking & District - Contact Details

For all enquiries:

Phone: 01483 928 018

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