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We have made changes to our 200 CLUB CASH PRIZE DRAW
Our aim has always been to move from a bi-monthly draw to a monthly draw, when we have sufficient members. 
We're delighted to report that we have now reached that time. 
 On current membership, the value of the monthly cash prizes 
will be 
£100, £50 and £20.

The amounts will vary according to the number of numbers subscribed. 
More members = more prizes = more cats benefit. 

The draw for our 200 CLUB CASH PRIZES will be made during the 2nd week of every month.

Any questions or interest in joining the 200 Club,  please email:
See the latest winners on the News page, Join now by clicking on the link below



On the 12th September James completed his 21st half marathon in aid of Worthing & District Cats Protection.

Cat lover James Baydar has raised an astonishing £2,441 having set himself a massive challenge of running the equivalent of 21 half marathons, in memory of his beloved cat Nermal and in support of Worthing Cats Protection.


James is seen here with branch treasurer Guy Chadwick being presented with the cheque at the Cats Protection shop in Worthing. Guy says that supporters like James should be applauded for their fantastic support in raising much needed funds in these difficult and challenging times, and he wished him every success with future fundraising ventures'


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(featuring cats that have been adopted from us)


I bet you love taking photos of your beloved cat(s) on your phone or tablet, ones that you've adopted from us that is. It's great fun to see them posing, just looking beautifully adorable. So why not share your pictures with us?


Each year we choose a selection to adorn the monthly pages of our popular Worthing Cats Calendar. Not just indoor snaps but outdoors too, as the warmer weather arrives and your cat emerges from its winter slumber, get out in the garden and take some pictures, we like to have a broad selection, that very much includes pictures of cats enjoying the outdoors - peeking through or frolicking among the daffs, for instance.


So we very much welcome receiving your digital photos for our 2023 calendar, whenever you take them, but certainly no later than 31 July. Pictures from new adopters are particularly welcome, although we also love to see some of our 'oldies' too. This is what you need to do:


· Your good quality digital pictures from smart phones, tablets or cameras hould be sent to us as JPEG files attached to an email.

· Pictures must be in sharp contrast when expanded to full screen size.

· Pictures should be sent full size and not reduced.

· Ideally pictures should not be cropped. If a specific part of the picture is not wanted, leave it in but explain that ideally it needsto be left out.

· Please submit no more than four pictures, and only one in portrait format - the others in landscape.


Please email your digital photographs as JPEG attachments to Eric at:


This is an on-going process all year round. We regret we won't be able to discuss eventual selection. When our next years calendar is produced, all owners of cats included will be notified. It is never too early to send in your pictures.


Photos to us asap or no later than 31st JULY, please.






Here's Woodie, our star for May 2022