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Cat Protection 2015 Calendars

Cat Protection 2015 Calendars

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Can you offer a purr-fect new home to one of our cats?

Can you offer a purr-fect new home to one of our cats?

Are you thinking about making a feline ...

Turn your old car into cash for Cats Protection

Turn your old car into cash for Cats Protection

Do you own a vehicle that you want to sell ...

Help available with neutering your cat

Help available with neutering your cat

Does your cat need neutering and are you ...

DIY Store cat & kittens rescued

DIY Store cat & kittens rescued

An abandoned cat and kittens living in the ...

Cats Protection warn of the consequences of un-neutered cats

Cats Protection warn of the consequences of un-neutered cats

Is there an un-neutered cat in your ...

Can you offer a loving home to a rescued cat in the Peterborough area? 

If you are looking for your purr-fect feline match visit our
Adopt a Cat  section to see some of the cats and kittens in our care and to find out more about re-homing. We would love to hear from you.

Feral Colonies
We are seeing a rise in the number of stray and abandoned cats which can lead to the rise of feral colonies. As a result of un-neutered females having kittens which are not given the chance to be handled or wanted by humans. If you are concerned this is or may become a problem in your area, then please call us on 0845 371 2750 for advice.

Financial help with neutering
If you live in the Peterborough area (PE1 to PE7) and are on a low income or benefits then you may be eligible for our free neutering day on 5 October.  Places on the free neutering day will be determined by need not on a first come first served basis.  If you don’t qualify for a free place you may still get some help under our assisted neutering scheme.    Please provide the following information:
·         Number of cats
·         Sex
·         Age (kittens will need to be at least 16 weeks old on 5 October)
·         Where you obtained the cat/kitten from
·         Details of any benefits you claim
·         Reason why you cannot afford to pay for neutering
·         Contact phone number and email if you have one
·         Whether you can transport your cat to the vet
·         Postcode (if you live outside the Peterborough area visit www.cats.org.uk and use the postcode search to find your nearest branch – all branches offer some form of assisted neutering scheme)
Please email the above details to cphoming@talktalk.net.  We will contact you nearer the time to let you know whether you have a free place or can be helped on our assisted neutering scheme which covers partial costs of neutering.  If you are offered a place you will be asked if you'd like to make a donation on the day. If you do not have access to email please call us and leave your contact details on 0845 371 2750.

easyFundraising
Support us when you shop online using easyFundraising. Simply go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk, click through to the online store you want to use, and they will make a donation to the branch as a thank you for shopping with them. Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk to find out more. You can find us under Cats Protection - Peterborough branch.

Amazon wishlist

We have created an Amazon wishlist full of items we need to help look after our cats and kittens. If you would like to help support us then please visit our Amazon wishlist.

Renting with pets
Are you moving into rented accommodation and worried you might have to give up your cat? The websites below offer some useful advice and links to letting agencies which allow pets:
http://www.rightmove.co.uk/news/articles/rightmove-news/lets-with-pets
http://www.letswithpets.org.uk/

If you would like to find out more about what we do to rescue cats in the Peterborough area click here and if you would like to volunteer to help visit Volunteering by simply clicking on the link.