As a charity, we rely solely on the generosity and kindness of the public to enable us to go on caring for cats and kittens.
Our work never stops, so your support is vital to us. From giving your time as a volunteer to leaving a gift in your will, or subscribing to The Cat magazine, anything that you can do is much appreciated.
Thanks for your support!
Alternatively, you can help us by giving a regular gift via Direct Debit, sponsoring a cat or by making a one-off donation online today.
Your donation can help us:
- continue to offer shelter, food and care to thousands of unwanted cats and find them loving homes
- extend our neutering programmes thereby preventing unplanned litters of kittens become the unwanted cats of tomorrow
- help make the world a better place for every cat by funding education that will enable people to become better owners
- speak up for cats by campaigning for change across the UK. We work with and influence politicians and decision makers to create a better world for cats. All advocacy campaigns are driven by issues of cat welfare
We really do need your support if we are to create a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.
Sponsoring one of our cat pens is one of the best ways you can help cats in our care.
Only £1 entry for the chance to win up to £1,000 every week. Plus quarterly Super Draw Raffles with £5,000 jackpot prize!
Find out how remembering Cats Protection in your will can make a huge difference to the lives of the cats and kittens in our care for many years to come.
Find out more about our promise to care for your cat(s) in the event that they outlive you.
Our work helping thousands of cats each year depends solely on your donations.
Sign up to become a member
Sign up for membership of Cats Protection completely securely via our web site.
Subscribe to The Cat for just £15 a year. Not only will you be receiving all the latest news, views and information about your favourite pet, but you’ll also be helping Cats Protection to care for unwanted cats.