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Missing in Normandy

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AUCTION: Ticket for Neil Young plus Guests

AUCTION: Ticket for Neil Young plus Guests

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Semi-Feral cats available

Semi-Feral cats available

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Could you be a HOME VISITOR FOR US?

Could you be a HOME VISITOR FOR US?

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A successful forever home

A successful forever home

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Volunteer Cat Trapper needed

Volunteer Cat Trapper needed

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fundraising timetable

fundraising timetable

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Update -Looking for a pair of working cats?

Update -Looking for a pair of working cats?

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Happy Families

Happy Families

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Alex' Story

Alex' Story

My name is Alex. I always loved animals and ...

Scarlett's Story!!

Scarlett's Story!!

My name is Scarlett. Almost a month ago, my ...

Feline friends reunited!

Feline friends reunited!

Cats Protection, the UK’s leading feline ...

New video encourages the early neutering of cats

New video encourages the early neutering of cats

Cats Protection has produced ‘A Guide to ...

We love to see how your cats are getting on......

We love to see how your cats are getting on......

.....in their new homes!! Thanks to ...

Welcome to your local Cats Protection
Guildford & Godalming Branch!

 

 

We work actively in the local community to fulfil the aims of Cats Protection, which are:

 

- to rescue stray and unwanted cats and kittens and rehabilitate and rehome where possible;

- to encourage the neutering of cats and kittens;

- to inform the public on the care of cats and kittens.


Last year in the Guildford and Godalming area we found homes for 133 cats and kittens but we need your help to continue our essential feline welfare work.

 

To find out more about how you can help cats in need, please visit our 'Support Us' page.


You can also help make a real difference to cats in the local area by volunteering for us.  

 

We cover the following Post Codes: GU1–GU8, GU26, GU30.  For branches covering adjacent areas, look on the National Cats Protection website.



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