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Cats Protection rescues and rehomes unwanted and abandoned cats, and promotes responsible cat ownership.


Key Aims

  • To rescue stray and unwanted cats and kittens, and rehabilitate and rehome them where possible.

  • To encourage the neutering of all cats and kittens not required for breeding.

  • To inform the public about the care of cats and kittens.

Nationally, every year, Cats Protection provides a vital lifeline for 170,000 cats that need our help.

We find new and life-long homes for around 60,000 cats every year an average of one rehomed every two minutes. Every cat that comes into our care stays with us until we find it a new home. We therefore maintain a strict no-kill policy unless otherwise advised by a vet.

We also help tens of thousands of cats a year through our assisted neutering and veterinary treatment programmes. This involves contributing to the costs of treating cats whose owners are in dire financial need.

Our service is provided via a network of 30 Shelters (run directly by our Headquarters) and 260 Branches (run by volunteers) throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.









View a gallery of cats that we have rescued and rehomed over the past 4 years









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