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Please Note: This branch is run by volunteers, please be patient we will get back to you as soon as possible if we can help.
All our cats are looked after by fosterers in their own homes. We are not a sanctuary and are not open to public viewings.
Cats Protection has an array of information leaflets - available to view online or download. Please follow our link: http://www.cats.org.uk/cat-care/care-leaflets/essential-guides
For Lost and Found information please follow our link: http://www.cats.org.uk/uploads/documents/P48-49_The_Cat_-_Helpline.pdf
Please visit our Facebook page - Cats Protection Trafford Branch for up to date Lost and Found cats on our register.
Every year Trafford branch takes in many rescue cats and kittens. These cats need new homes for many reasons. Some have been abandoned, are strays or their owners may have had to give them up for a variety of reasons. Our foster homes are ALWAYS full which gives you an indication of how important it is to continue our neutering/spaying campaign and finding the right home for all our cats. Whether a new kitten or a cat in their twilight years it is our commitment to find the right home they all truly deserve.
Trafford Cats Protection covers the following areas:
WA13, WA14, WA15, M16, M17, M31, M32, M33, M41
We are a small branch with complete dedication to the many cats and kittens that come into our care – nothing is too much to get them healthy and find the right home for each one.
Whilst in our care, we get to know their characters and any foibles or bad habits they have.
Once all is known we can see what sort of home, and people, will make the feline happy and contented. A happy cat ensures happy owners!
On home visits, good photos and descriptions of cats’ dispositions are shared. Most people are then happy to give the chosen one/two a home on that information.
Our way works well for us, and it is rare any come back, usually through death or illness.
We do have to disappoint some people who get in touch for kittens or juveniles, as on visits the roads nearby and the traffic are noted.
We do try to limit the risk factors because so many juveniles and young cats are hit by cars usually fatally.
It is a disappointment, but some people listen to our advice and give homes to those more suitable to their environment, and hopefully long contented lives.
With all contact by telephone if no one is able to take your call please leave details including a landline telephone number if possible and your postcode. If we can help your call will be returned.
If you prefer the branch can be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org if we are able to assist we will contact you within 5 days.
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We hope to update these pages as often as possible with more images. However we cannot guarantee that the cats featured have not been adopted by the time you contact us but we can guarantee we will have many cats who would love a new home.
If you would like to offer a home to a cat(s) or kitten(s) please ring our Homing Officer at Trafford Cats Protection on 0161 610 2189 (Answerphone). It would be helpful to us if you leave your details including postcode and a landline phone number.
Homing Stats for 2017
We rehomed 37 cats / kittens.
1 cat was reunited with their owners.
25 homing visits were carried out.
39 cats were treated whilst in the Branch’s care / looking for their new home.
13 cats not in care treated with branch help.
16 feral cats required vet treatment.
94 feral cats trapped, neutered and returned to site.
2 feral cat colonies were helped by the branch - receiving food on a regular basis.
All our cats and kittens are vaccinated and microchipped before being homed.
Adults cats are neutered if not already neutered prior to rehoming .
All our cats and kittens are wormed and deflead whilst in our care.
All cats and kittens will have been seen by a qualified vet.