We cover the following postcodes: WF1 to 7, WF12 to 17 and LS 26 and LS27.

Our main aim is to reduce the number of unwanted cats and kittens by rehoming them to loving homes and promoting neutering of both owned and feral cats.

We have a small dedicated team of volunteers, most of whom have full time jobs, who foster cats at their own homes, ‘neuter and return’ ferals, fundraise and deal with the administration.

We need more people to help us to help more cats. If you live in our area you can help by adopting a cat or volunteering. We especially want more fosterers and homecheckers.
Can you fund raise for us, raffles etc. or have a collecting box? We also collect books and clean clothes to sell – just contact the Helpline 01924 261524.

Another way to help is to subscribe to our Scratching Post newsletter the annual subscription is £8.

We look forward to hearing from you!
Please visit our shop on Ebay and our Amazon Wish List.
We also have a Facebook page and Twitter!

You can now help us raise extra funds for the branch every time you shop online and it won’t cost you a penny!

Just go to Easyfundraising first. Here’s what you do:

1. Join.

Head to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/easyfundraisingorguk/ and sign up for free.

Hover your mouse over My Account and click on Find a Cause.

In the box next to Cause Name, type Cats Protection, Dewsbury, Wakefield & District

From there just register and you’re all set.

2. Shop.

Every time you shop online, go to easy fundraising first, pick the retailer you want and start shopping.

3. Raise.

After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to our branch for no extra cost whatsoever!

There are no catches or hidden charges and we will be really grateful for your donations.

Thank you for your support.

Missy and Poppy are still looking for a new home.  Meet them HERE.

Please Help
We are struggling to find suitable sites for the relocation of some of our feral cats, when we bring them in for neutering.  If you know of any farms, stables, smallholdings or similar, where they might be willing to take in some of these cats, we would love to hear from you.

The cats would need to be contained for a few weeks to get used to their new surroundings and then provided with a dry shelter and some daily food.  In return they will work hard, keeping their new home free of any rats, mice and other undesirables.

Please contact us if you can help.
Volunteers Needed!
We are desperate for some new volunteers.  More information HERE.