Do you have a happy cat tail of your Cat Protection cat that you’d like to share?
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Remember to include their name, when they were adopted and your favourite photo.
I adopted Felix in December 2020. He was very, very shy and trembling when I first met him. He is now a confident parlour panther.Read more
Thank you so much Cat Protection Society for our new friend who we have called Tess.Read more
Kewpie is indeed a cutie pie!Read more
We adopted Ninja as a kitten nearly 3 years ago. I’ve had so many cats over the years and I know how special this boy is 😄
This is Selma (previously called Crystal). I recently adopted Selma and bought her home on a sunny Sunday afternoon safely in her carrier on the passenger’s seat beside me.Read more
I adopted Codi in June 2020 and Doug helped me through the process. Codi was an extremely shy cat at the time and she was hiding underneath a coffee table during our whole meeting session, however, she caught my heart with her affectionate purr when I tried to reach her with some treats.Read more
Just a quick update on Olivia and Lydia, the stepsisters we adopted from you guys 6 years ago. They are now nearly 14 and going well.Read more
I adopted Kali in 2016. I visited Cat Protection and there was this small timid, scared 14 year old girl. She looked at me and I thought two oldies together would be good, so I took her home. She lived under the bed at first, but overtime she become more trusting and relaxed. Here you see her Queen of the Castle, keeping her servants in check.Read more
Hi Cat Protection Society
We adopted a gorgeous black and white kitten from you in December 2019 who we’ve called Sylvie! It only took Sylvie a short time to become pals with our resident cat (Layla – also a Cat Protection kitty from January 2019).Read more
We adopted our little Chloe from Cat Protection Society in November 2019. She has become a part of our family now. Every night she starts her play time around midnight and runs around the house like crazy.