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Ely Cats Protection Cat Show and Homing Day success

13 March 2017

The Ely branch held their annual Pet Cat Show and Homing Day at Little Downham Village Hall on Saturday, raising hundreds of pounds for the branch.The annual event, the 22nd in the branch's history, saw every cat in the homing section adopted; a first for the event. Cats adopted included two cats who had been with the branch for over six months; Jemima, a black and white female and Simone, a middle aged tortie. During the event the public were able to vote for...

Pet Cat Show, Photo Competition and Homing Day to be held in Little Downham on 11th March

22 February 2017

11th March sees the return of our annual Pet Cat Show and Homing Day.Held at Little Downham Village Hall, the Pet Cat Show will see around 30 cats and kittens from all walks of life competing for the Best in Show prize! Entries have now closed but you can still come along on the day to support the branch, see all the cats in competition and meet our special guest Garfield, the Sainsbury's ...

Are you looking for the purrrfect love this Valentine's Day?

07 February 2017

If you have been thinking about adopting a feline friend, but aren't convinced you have the energy to keep a kitten entertained, then why not consider an older cat who is ready to love you? There are many advantages to rehoming a more mature cat; you will find their personality is already developed so you will know if they are a good fit for you and your lifestyle. They are likely to be house trained, more street-wise and you...

Soham Homing Day

31 August 2016

Ely Cats Protection will be holding a Homing Day on 10th September. The event at the Methodist Church Hall in Soham will be open between 11am and 2pm, and will provide prospective new owners with the perfect opportunity to meet some of the cats that are currently being cared for by the branch. Refreshments will be available and the Cats Protection stall will be well stocked with cat related items, gifts, Christmas cards, calendars and bric-a-brac. Admission is £1 per adult with ...

Neuter Your Cat for a Fiver

31 March 2016

If you are on a low income and live in the catchment area for our branch (CB6 & CB7 postcodes), you can have your cat neutered for £5. Please contact us for more details, either via this website or on 699430.Neutering your cat has many advantages. Here is why it is worthwhile doing:For a male cat, it will mean that he is less likely to wander looking for girls and will stay closer to home. A neutered boy will be less inclined to fight with other ...