Our core aims being to help and rehome unwanted cats/kittens, neuter cats and kittens of breeding age and to educate the general public on the care of cats and kittens.
As a Branch, we do not have central premises where we keep the cats/kittens but rely on a series of fosterers who take the cats/kittens into their own homes until such time as we can hopefully find a permanent new and loving home. We are however limited as to the numbers we can take in as CP cats/kittens have to be kept separate from a fosterers’ own cat(s). CP cats are not allowed to ‘free roam’ whilst in the care of a fosterer.
All the cats we help are vet checked, neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped (when applicable) as well as routinely de-fleaed and wormed.
We will help (when we can) to trap, neuter and return feral cats to site if healthy and a food source is available.
Our current activities encompass Hillingdon Borough, parts of Langley, Iver and Iver Heath as well as London Heathrow Airport.
Being a branch of Cats Protection means that, for the most part, we are self funding to provide the veterinary care (via a number of local vets), food, litter etc that is required in helping the cats and all monies raised by us does go towards the care of the cats/kittens
Being a volunteer for Cats Protection has many facets:
Having a knowledge of how the Charity works and promoting the work and core aims of Cats Protection
Offering information to and dealing with members of the public
Organising and/or helping at fundraising events
Being part of a team
Most important of all, helping the cats to a better life.
Can you help us by:
1. Adopting a cat that is looking for a loving home
2. Fostering a cat.
3. Donating cat food
Thanks a lot
All the volunteers that help with the cats.