At the Epsom Ewell & District Branch of the Cats Protection we usually have around 30 cats and kittens in our care at any one time, all looking for the perfect home.
All of our cats have been treated to our minimum veterinary standards, meaning that they have been examined by a veterinary surgeon, been vaccinated against flu and enteritis, treated against fleas, roundworm and tapeworm and any sick cats have been blood tested for FIV and FeLV. If the cat has not been neutered before or during its time in our care, provision will be made to ensure owners are able to do this after adoption; our recommended start age for neutering within Cats Protection is four months.
Still undecided? Read some of our Success Stories
Ready to adopt?
Before starting the process of adopting one of our cats, please take a few minutes to consider how owning a cat will affect your life.
How to adopt a cat
This handy photo casebook shows you how the rehoming process works, from choosing a cat to taking him home.
Your cat into our care
Sometimes personal circumstances change and owners are faced with the heartbreaking decision of whether to separate from their cats. It is at this time that Cats Protection may be able to help.
At Cats Protection we are proud of our successes. Why not read a selection of happy endings to some of our cats' tales to inspire you?