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2020 Christmas Appeal

It costs at least £25 to neuter a cat. Each cat in the tree represents a £1 contribution towards this cost. With the help of your family and friends, please mark as many cats as you can. All donations, however … Continue reading

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By clicking on the DONATE button above, you can make a contribution of just £8 per year (£4 concessionary/junior), and become a member of CAT77.  By joining us you will receive a twice-yearly newsletter to update you on the work … Continue reading

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Why We Have Our Cats Neutered

Why should I have my tomcat neutered? He won’t have kittens… But he will! Continue reading

CAT77 2020 AGM – held via ZOOM

The 2020 AGM will take place on Saturday, October 17th at 2 p.m. As we are unable to meet this year, the meeting will be held via a secure Zoom video link. If you are a fully paid up member … Continue reading

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Trustees Statement Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 Cat Action Trust 1977 has implemented extra precautions to keep our cats and our volunteers safe.  We will continue to provide the very best for the cats in our care and will carry on with our feral cat work, rescue … Continue reading

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Neutering is the answer to the feral cat problem

Highlighting the importance of neutering feral cats, to control breeding and the formation of feral cat colonies Continue reading

Make a Bequest to CAT77

Please consider remembering us in your will? Make sure your legacy is for “CAT ACTION TRUST 1977, REGISTERED CHARITY No. 801245”. You can name headquarters or any of our branches as your beneficiary.  For more info email us on [email protected]

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Caring for a feral mother cat and her kittens

In depth advice about how to care for a feral mother cat and her offspring Continue reading

Forget – Me – Not

One very late night in March this year, I received a telephone call from a North West London Council Estate; a cat was giving birth under some bushes.  She was discovered at 7 p.m. when the first kitten was born … Continue reading

Feral or domestic? – That is the question

What are feral cats? They are the offspring of lost or abandoned domestic cats living wild Continue reading