What we do
Our vision is to ensure that every cat is given the chance of a life where it will be treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.
Cats Protection has three simple and clear objectives to help cats:
Cats Protection Branches such as Caterham, Redhill & East Surrey are run by volunteers and cover their local areas. Cats for rehoming are cared for by fosterers, from their own homes. Branches fund-raise to support their work and welcome new volunteers.
About Caterham, Redhill & East Surrey Branch
We have been going since July 2008 and cover the East Surrey geographical area, comprising postcode areas CR3, RH1, RH8 and RH9. These cover Redhill, Nutfield, Bletchingley, Godstone, Oxted, Limpsfield, Hurst Green, Caterham, Woldingham and Merstham.
For enquiries or assistance outside of these areas please call the National Cat Centre on 08707 708649 and they will direct you to your nearest Branch.
Our cat welfare team of volunteers:
- Trap and bring in cats and take them for veterinary care
- Foster cats until they are ready for rehoming
- Arrange neutering and neutering vouchers
- Find suitable homes for cats and advise on homing issues
- Staff a dedicated mailbox system on 0345 371 2739
Want to get involved? Find out more about volunteering
A few facts about Cats Protection nationwide:
- We have over 6,500 cats and kittens in our care at any time.
- We rehome 55,000 cats every year.
- We help to neuter 100,000 cats per year.
- We have 61 volunteer-run charity shops and 29 adoption centres across the UK.
- We have 6,800 active volunteers.
- We reunite 3,500 cats with their rightful owners every year.
- Our Helpline answers over 100,000 calls and replies to 5,000 letters and 10,000 e-mails every year.
- We help around 15,000 feral cats have a healthier and happier life each year.