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The Joys of Adopting A Kitten

06 January 2021

Adopting a pet is truly a life changing decision and it is understandable that some people may want to be completely sure before heading to the shelter. So here are some benefits of adopting a kitten from our shelter: ATTACHMENT OPPORTUNITY Owning a cat can bring unconditional love and companionship to your life. When you adopt a kitten, you invite the friendly feline to your home as a new family member, and you have the opportunity to form an explicable ...

'Commit Before You Adopt A Kitten!'

30 December 2020

Kitten given up because he was ‘too playful’ finds a loving home in time for Christmas. D’Artagnan’s story is an important reminder to research before you commit to getting a new pet. The good news is that D’Artagnan’s story has a happy ending, but not all kittens will be so lucky. The black and white kitten was sold in a Sainsbury’s car park at just six weeks old, younger than experts recommend a young cat should be ...

Essential Items to Purchase When Adopting a New Kitten

14 December 2020

Bringing a kitten home is incredibly exciting. Although kittens can bring happiness, companionship and lots of laughs, they demand attention and require routines. You’ll have to prepare your home with the essentials to make your home the "purrfect" fit for your new feline friend. If you are unsure of what to buy for your new pet, Cat Protection will talk you through the basic essentials to help make your new kitten ...

FREE Neuter/spay/snip for your cat

20 March 2019

FREE Neuter/spay/snip for your cat Cats are prolific breeders, and one female is capable of having up to 18 kittens per year. They can also start breeding at a very young age, so we recommend that cats are neutered at around four months of age. Neutered cats live longer, healthier lives and it is the most humane way to stop unwanted pregnancies. Neutering also prevents some cancers, reduces straying, fighting and spraying. Neutering is the only effective way ...