The Cats Protection Preston takes in stray, unwanted cats and kittens. They rehabilitate and rehome them where they can. They have a new cat in care called Agnetha,
Agnetha was found as a stray. She was picked up after raising a litter of kittens whilst waiting for a space. Luckily, her kittens have all found homes. Now in Cats Protection care, Agnetha is looking for someone to take her home.
Cats Protection say Agnetha is a pretty, sweet cat, who is playful and barely out of kittenhood herself. She is female, short haired, grey and white tabby, neutered, family friendly one year old. Agnetha can live with other cats but do not yet know if she is comfortable with dogs.
If you are looking for a feline companion and would like to adopt Agnetha or another cat (or cats) from Cats Protection you can email them at [email protected], visit their website here or call on 0845 177 0708. They carry out home visits for all cats up for adoption.
The Preston branch has seventeen volunteer fosterers and 24 foster pens. They are very busy and every time a cat is rehomed, there is another one waiting for a place. But even though they are always full they say ‘whenever a cat is adopted from us, the new owner has the satisfaction of knowing that they have helped that cat, and the next cat in that pen.’
They also encourage the neutering of cats and kittens. A very sensible policy. In fact the Preston branch is one of the most successful in the country for neutering with operations on over 1750 cats in 2012.