Cats Protection

United Kingdom

About Cats Protection

We help around 200,000 cats and kittens every year thanks in no small part to our network of over 250 volunteer-run branches and over 30 centres.

These include the charity's flagship adoption centre in Chelwood Gate, Sussex where our administrative offices can also be found.

Cats Protection is governed by a Board of Trustees which, in turn, is advised on its decisions by an Advisory Council of appointed representatives of the charity’s membership.

Today Cats Protection is the UK’s largest feline welfare charity. In the last 90 years, we have rehomed over 1.5 million cats and kittens and championed the rights of cats. But where did it all begin?

During the 1920s, cats were not seen as the companion animals today – instead of much-loved pets, they were considered as nothing more than pests. Concern was expressed at the ignorance of many people regarding the needs of the domestic cat. In an attempt to raise the status of cats, a group of like-minded people gathered together at Caxton Hall in London. They formed the Cats Protection League.

Since its humble beginnings, the dedication and commitment of our volunteers and staff has never waned. Surviving war and recession and defying the odds to help as many cats as possible, our aim remains the same as it did in 1927.

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    Cats Protection are looking to employ a Chartered Surveyor. The salary on offer is £27,280.58 per annum