The Colwyn & District Branch of Cats Protection is run by volunteers and covers a wide area stretching from Bangor to Prestatyn and reaching down past Betws-y-Coed.  

To adopt a cat from us please read the information give on the Adopt a Cat page, call 0345 647 2185 to register your interest and our volunteers will be in touch.  Our homing process aims to match the right cat(s) to the right family so you can enjoy many happy years together.  

Need to rehome your cat?  We have a limited number of foster spaces within our branch so we operate a waiting list, with cats prioritised depending on their circumstances.  Please call 0345 647 2185 to leave your details for the waiting list.  Unfortunately we cannot say how long it may take for us to be able to help so we recommend to use to find other rescue and rehoming options in your area.  

If you are interested in volunteering with us to make a difference to cats in North Wales please see our Volunteering page above.  There are vacancies for fostering, roles at the charity shop and in administration or educational speaking that all help us fulfil our charity aims of rehoming, neutering and education. 

Wish to support us but unable to volunteer?  We receive donations at our charity shop on Madoc Street in Llandudno and have an Amazon Wishlist including toys, food, scratching posts and other items that can enrich the lives of our cats whilst awaiting their new homes.  When ordered these items come directly to us, allowing you to donate specific items from the comfort of your sofa!

Pan Wales £5 Neutering Campaign is ongoing!!

Cats Protection & RSPCA Cymru are running a neutering campaign across Wales. Under the campaign you can have your pet cat neutered and microchipped for just £5 if you receive a state benefit, are on a low household income or are a full time student or pensioner.

To have your cat neutered as part of this campaign please call 03000 12 12 12 option 2, or go to your nearest vet listed on the below map - zoom in and out and click on the pins for the contact details of your nearest vets.

The campaign only covers pet cats and stray cats (where exhaustive efforts have been made to find an owner). If you have a feral cat, they cannot be neutered using the campaign, please call Cats protection Neutering Helpline directly on 03000 121212 option 2 and they will be able to advise you on what help they can offer - you may be referred to your local branch - this phone number is charged at local rates.

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