Cats Protection

Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Community


National Cat CentreLewes roadChelwood Gate, West Sussex RH17 7TTUnited Kingdom United Kingdom

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our vision is a society where every cat has their best possible life because they are protected, cared for and understood by everyone. This is not an easy thing to achieve, but that’s the point. It’s challenging and ambitious. But by moving towards it we’ll continually make the world better for cats and people. We also have a clear definition of what we all do in Cats Protection - the mission we are on to deliver our vision. We are a movement of people championing the welfare of cats. We lead society in a richer understanding of all cats and care for those that need our help. This can be summed up by our purpose. If we can help everyone to better understand cats and their needs, we can help them to behave differently towards them, to care for them in the best way and to ensure the world appreciates and protects cats. That is why our purpose is: To help people see the world through cats’ eyes


Since 1927 we have helped cats across the UK and helped people to better understand their needs. As a community of volunteers, employees, supporters and partners, we’ve improved the lives of millions of cats and transformed the way millions of people see and care for cats.

Although we’re doing a great job, we’re only reaching a fraction of those we could help. We believe that every cat - not just those that come into our care - deserves our help, and that we have the opportunity to do so much more for every type of cat and in every situation. We have the ability to positively impact the lives of millions of cats.

Our strategy is focused on giving every cat their best possible life. So, it’s not surprising that four important goals are focused around their welfare. The first goal is to ensure that all sheltered cats (not just those which we have taken into our care) have a good welfare experience. The second goal is to improve the quality of lifeof all owned cats, and the third goal is to ensure all feral cats (those that are unsocialised and unowned) are treated appropriately.

Finally, our fourth goal commits us to continue and develop our neutering programme to ensure the UK cat population is balanced to improve cat welfare.


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