Tenterden & District Branch of Cats Protection

Tenterden & District Branch of Cats Protection, like the other 249 branches nationwide, is staffed by a dedicated team of volunteers, which includes our shop at 94c High Street in Tenterden.  Visit the Cats Protection Charity Shop for your festive cards, wrapping paper and much more. We are all dedicated to the care of stray, abandoned, feral cats and kittens, also cats in need of new homes for a variety of reasons.

Feral cats are vet checked, flea & worm treated, neutered, ear clipped and returned to site and abandoned cats and kittens, and strays, are vet checked, if they are not microchipped, vaccinated, flea & worm treated and taken into care whilst awaiting the result of an owner search. Owned cats and kittens signed over to our care for rehoming are treated likewise and if not neutered this take place at the same time as microchipping.


Our Adoption Coordinator and her team of home visitors travel many miles checking that homes will be suitable for our furry friends and arranging viewing of the residents currently in our care.  It always gives us a feel good moment when we receive updates and pictures from new, proud, loving owners and reminds us how rewarding our work is.

There are, of course many saddening moments but they are far outweighed by the good, and frequently funny episodes, and the kindness and generosity of the public and those who anonymously use the JUST DONATE button on the website and facebook pages, who give freely to our appeals.

The main website of Cats Protection is and is a valuable source of information and advice on cats and cat welfare.  If you are interested in volunteering for us please use one of the contact points below.

Our pampered felines are keen to meet their forever home slaves and available to view on

our website:

facebook :

Or we can be contacted on the following numbers:

General enquiries:      01797 366379   or  07805 928394

Adoption:                     07972 658387

Charity Shop:               01580 765277

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