News

Check out our news feed below for exciting developments and announcements from the Mitcham Homing Centre, and beyond!

Do your students want to learn about the work of Cats Protection?

09 November 2015

Are you a teacher? Do you lead a Scout or Brownie group? Would your group or organisation be interested in learning more about cats and animal welfare? One of Cats Protection’s key aims is to educate people about cats and their care.We believe that helping people to learn will ultimately contribute to achieving our vision of a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs. Cats ...

Helping your cat cope with firework season

02 November 2015

While firework displays are great fun for us human, they can be very distressing for our pets. Cats have much better hearing than humans, so they might be scared by fireworks far away that we don't even realise are being let off. With Bonfire Night looming if you have cats or kittens you should consider taking the following steps in November to keep them happy and safe. Keep your cat shut inside during firework season, particularly at nighttime when ...

Open day at Mitcham Homing Centre

23 July 2015

Please come along and enjoy a day out at Mitcham Homing Centre. We are super excited for what should be a really fun day. As well as tours of our lovely new centre and the opportunity to meet the kitties looking for their forever homes, we've got face painting, enrichment stands and goody bags, plus more. If you're looking to adopt a new cat or are thinking about fostering or volunteering (or if you just feel like having a peek at what we've been up to over the...

Centre Update!

24 February 2015

We are still on target to open the centre in July and the builders will be starting work on the centre soon. This new centre is a Homing Centre which means that we will be mostly taking cats in from other charities when they are perfectly fit and healthy ready for homing. Why take in cats from other charities and not solely from the public? By taking in cats from other charities it means we can get them processed and homed quicker as they will have already seen a vet and should have received...