The Croydon Branch of Cats Protection was formed in 1981.We have three main aims..
Our first aim is to rescue stray cats and kittens, rehabilitate them and then rehome if possible. All cats are treated for health problems and neutered. The rescued cat lives with a temporary 'foster mum' until a permanent home can be found.Our second aim is to encourage neutering where the cat is not required for breeding.
Our third aim is to inform the public on care of felines.Our Branch is run by unpaid volunteers and our costs in rescuing cats are substantial. Our veterinary bills alone run to thousands of pounds each month.
We do not receive any government funding and rely solely on donations and fund-raising to meet our ever increasing expenses.For more information visit http://croydoncpcats.org.uk/
Please support our work and help us to help cats in need.