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Please Note:
We are very sorry to inform you but we are temporarily closed to the incoming of cats. As soon as this situation changes we will let you know. 

We will also be closed for the Christmas period  from 17th December 2016 through to the 2nd Jan 2017  (inclusive)  

Please contact 0345 371 1851 

 

In 2015 132 cats were re-homed and a further 12 cats were homed direct from the owners to a new home after all of our checks were done and we issued 300 neutering vouchers. 

We have some wonderful fosterers who would be happy to look after any cat that needs to find a new home, but we are only able to take in cats for the spaces we have. Some of us have pens in the garden, so we have a few spaces, but other fosterers only have one spare room for foster cats.

 
The kitten season is now upon us, so we really need people to make sure their cats are neutered (Which can be done as young as 4 months old) and we are happy to help with the cost by issuing vouchers. As cute as kittens are, for every kitten born, a much needed home that could have gone to a homeless adult cat is taken in favour of a kitten.  Contact our neutering help line on HH 251536 if you'd like financial assistance with neutering. For all other enquires please call us on: 0345 371 1851 or visit our Facebook page.

The Hemel Hempstead and Berkhamsted branch covers the following postcodes :  HP1, HP2 HP3 and HP4. Other Hertfordshire postcodes will be covered by a branch more local to your area. However should you see any cat or kitten that you would like to adopt, please let us know but understand that you will have to arrange a home visit by your own branch of Cats Protection. We are in urgent need of volunteers. Our volunteers play an important part in and make a major contribution to the care of the cats in our area and the fund raising to help support this care.
 
          

We urgently need more volunteers

We provide a temporary home for unwanted cats; some are strays but most come to us because their owners can no longer look after them, they may have moved, been admitted to hospital or passed away. Many are very distressed at giving up their pets and we do our utmost to ensure that we find the best home for them.
There are now 2.5 million stray cats in the UK so we endeavour to encourage the neutering of all cats and kittens by education and assistance with the cost for owners on low incomes.
We trap feral cats in their colonies, neuter and return them; we continue to monitor their health and ensure that they are fed every day.
We provide educational material to assist owners with many common problems from moving house to looking after diabetic cats. Leaflets on these and many other subjects can be downloaded from Cats Protection's National website www.cats.org.uk/cat-care.

We depend on the dedication of our many volunteers to help us achieve all of this and more. If you have some time and want to know more do pleaseContact Us

  • Recently retired or have some spare time?

  • Kids just started school? Wondering what you're going to do with your time now?

  • We always need more volunteers

  • Can you do a regular half-day week? Or would you like to be in a pool of people we can call on when our regulars can't make it?

If you can help in ANY way we would love to hear from you;

You can help provide homeless cats and kittens with real and practical support.

We'd love to hear from you if you have room in your garden for a cat pen and would like to foster some cats. If you have spare time to feed and chat to the cats, please email Debbie who will clarify everything.

Our pens are used to temporarily home cats that come to us, through no fault of their own, strays looking for foster homes, long term cats or ferals as well as cats that people hand in to us because they can't keep them any more e.g. have become allergic to them; had to move to different accommodation where they can't have pets; divorce; made homeless; the cat being bullied by another one in the household etc. etc. It's not like a real home with their own person/dedicated slave, but a temporary refuge until the right person comes along to offer them a permanent home.
Perhaps you are able to give a cat a new home? We have several at the moment – search through the cats that are currently available and see who is available for re-homing, bear in mind that we carry out home visits prior to rehoming.