Do your cats eat Felix? If so, you can help Wharfe Valley branch by collecting the tokens on boxes, tins and treats. We will get 1p for each token so as there are, for example, 8 tokens on a box of 12 pouches we will get 8p!
You can put them in our food collection bin in Guiseley Morrison’s, drop them off at our shop in Horsforth or at Baildon vet’s or post them to us at Cats Protection, c/o 20 Renton Avenue, Guiseley, Leeds LS20 8EE. They soon add up and the money we receive will go towards helping all the cats and kittens in our care
COME ALONG AND MEET HOMER
Homer could be in residence at the new Gildersome Homing Center, if so he can show you all the cats awaiting homes.
If he is out playing then the staff will help you.
So if you live that way give them a ring between 11am and 3pm 03000 121 505 It still helps us even if you adopt from them as we often fill up the spaces when a cat is homed.
GREAT NEWS!!! - OUR BRANCH CHARITY SHOP IS NOW OPEN
21 Town Street, Horsforth.
COME ALONG AND SUPPORT US.
Good quality clothes, shoes, handbags, books, cds,dvds, bric a brac etc. Every little helps so pop in to browse and meet our manager and volunteers.
WE SELL HIGH QUALITY GOODS
Cats Protection has just launched a weekly lottery. Each entry costs £1 per week, giving you 100 chances of winning. Weekly prizes range from 95 prizes of £5, prizes of £50, £100, £150, £200 up to the jackpot of £1,000. During the year there will also be 4 super draws, giving you the chance to win an amazing £5,000!
Why not buy a year's subscription as a gift for a cat-lover you know?
If you sign up through our branch, we will receive funds to help us to look after the cats and kittens in our care.
For more details and an entry form please contact us on the usual number or send us an email at email@example.com
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS OUR NEW FACEBOOK PAGE!!!!
Our Education Team is looking for volunteers to spread our education messages in the following areas…
- Greater London
- West Yorkshire
- Northern Ireland
We are looking for volunteers to help us:
- Give talks to adults and children promoting cat welfare
- Contact schools and community groups, setting up talks
- Promote our education activities and materials
No previous experience is necessary, just an interest in contributing towards our vision: a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.
Full training and excellent support will be given. You will gain experience in presenting to an audience, learn about cat welfare, office administration, PR and marketing plus it's great evidence of experience for you CV! All expenses will be fully paid.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Owing to the amount of feral cat work that we deal with as a branch, it is not suprising that we come across some difficult or far from ideal situations. We try our very best to trap, neuter, health check, flea and worm feral cats before returning them to site, however this is not always as straight forward as it sounds.
There are times when we are alerted to cats living in places that are unsafe or where they are unwelcome and at risk of persecution or starvation. Of course it is then impossible to return them. We are therefore hoping to find a home for 5 cats who are currently living behind some flats in Leeds. They have already been terrorised by a dog, and soon their feeder will be moving house. If anybody can help we need a small holding, stables, or a site with a large garden away from built up areas to relocate this family. They will make sure that any mice/rats stay at bay!
Please get in touch if you can help or spread the word, as this group of cats will not be the only ones who will need a new outdoor home this year. This group of cats were in a bit of a state when we were called to help. Since neutering they have blossomed.
Once they lose their food supply they will soon end up in a state again. Don't let this happen to them again. Even if we had room to take in these cats it isn't what they want. They are outdoor cats and don't want to be locked up in a pen.They deserve a safe place so they can continue to enjoy life.
Please get in touch if you can help or spread the word, as this group of cats will not be the only ones who will need a new outdoor home this year. This group of cats were in a bit of a state when we were called to help. Since neutering they have blossomed. Once they lose their food supply they will soon end up in a state again. Don't let this happen to them again. Even if we had room to take in these cats it isn't what they want. They are outdoor cats and don't want to be locked up in a pen. They deserve a safe place so they can continue to enjoy life.