They currently list four cats ready for adoption on their website. Adoption days provide a chance for people to meet the cats and find out more about adopting.
The League has no dedicated shelter, and as such, all of the cats currently in their care are fostered by volunteers and are cared for in their own homes.
All of the cats the Cats Protection League foster are given appropriate medical care, are spayed or neutered, and are tested for illnesses like Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV).
Run by volunteers, Cats Protection also offer help and services to those who need them, including financial assistance with spaying or neutering, and help trapping or neutering feral cats.
The Gwent Cats Protection League runs a Lost and Found page on their website: if your cat has gone missing, or if you have found a cat which appears to be a stray, their page offers helpful advice on what to do.
Other events that the League runs, in addition to Adoption Days, include fund-raising events like regular Bric-a-Brac sales and a ‘Christmas Fayre’ in late November and early December.
Even if you aren’t able to attend the Adoption Day this weekend, you can still get in touch with Cats Protection if you’re interested in adopting a cat. Call them up on 0845 3712747 or contact them via the contact form on their website.
Want to know more about the Gwent Cats Protection League? Visit their website at http://www.cats.org.uk/gwent-branch or follow them on Facebook.