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IMPORTANT
PLEASE NOTE: 
Unfortunately we are currently unable to take cats into our care for rehoming due to being full with cats needing new homes and a lengthy waiting list. 
Our suggestion is to try calling other rescue organisations to see if they are in a position to help or to call our main branch number where the details will be taken. This does not however guarantee that we will be in a position to take the cat(s) into our care at any point in the future.  

Could you give a stray cat a loving home?

The Chatteris, St Ives & District branch of Cats Protection has many cats looking for new homes.

Some of the cats arrive at the branch as strays; others are unwanted or simply abandoned.

Many cats come from loving owners who, due to a change in circumstance, are unable to care for them any longer. 

When a cat comes into the charity it is seen at least twice by a vet, neutered, micro-chipped and treated for fleas & worms, and, if necessary, given a blood test.  We also vaccinate all of our cats against flu, enteritis and leukaemia. 

An adoption fee, £50 for a single cat or £80 for a pair of cats, is payable as a contribution to these veterinary costs which often cost over £150.  All adopted cats are eligible for four weeks of FREE Medical Insurance.

The welfare of the cats is our top priority and the branch always visits prospective adopters first to make sure of the best possible home.

Cats Protection never put a healthy cat to sleep.

If you would like to offer a home to any of the cats on this website
or want to volunteer to help us please call us on 0845 647 2180 (LOCAL RATE)

Thank you.