Welcome to the East Northumberland branch of Cats Protection.
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 branch is a dedicated and friendly group of people working together to rescue and re-home cats and kittens in the East Northumberland area. Our work never stops, so your support is vital to us. From giving your time as a volunteer, to making a small donation or leaving a gift in your will, anything that you can do is much appreciated. To find out more about supporting the East Northumberland branch of Cats Protection click the Support Us link.
Cats Protection neutering vouchers available Feb 27th Ashington Robson and Prescott 11am - 3pm
ROOM FOR A LITTLE ONE?
FOSTERING - Urgent Appeal - WE NEED YOU!
We are desperate to increase our fostering numbers as we always have more demands for cat and kitten care than we can manage. We are especially needing fosterers in Bedlington, Blyth and Seaton Delaval areas.
Fosterers are a vital part of our work, they are able to care for the cats/kittens in between times while they are being checked over and waiting for new homes. All costs are covered by Cats Protection, all treatments are organised by Cats Protection, all transport is provided by Cats Protection so all you need to provide is a space and some caring for these cats or kittens.
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Why adopt from Cats Protection?
Feral cats – we're currently neutering a large colony of feral cats and desperately need to find homes for them. If you know of any farms, smallholdings or stables for one or several feral cats, please contact us on 07749713142 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Prior to homing a cat, we like to do a homecheck and we ask for an adoption fee of £60 (£25 for each additional cat). For this cost, your cat will:
If you are interested in homing a cat in our care, please have a look at our adoption pages or please email email@example.com. If you don't see your 'special cat' please contact us as some of the cats in our care may not be on the website yet (as is the case currently).
- have been health checked by a vet
- be neutered, or voucher provided if too young
- be microchipped
- have had at least their first vaccination
- have been treated for fleas and worms
- have been cared for to a very high standard
We are a small group of volunteers covering a large area, so please be patient if contacting us, please leave a message we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Helpline - 07749713142
Adoption Line - 07972658386 (adoption / homing queries only)
E-mail address - Bedlingtoncats@live.com (volunteering or adoption queries)