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Danny

Danny

Poor little Danny was abandoned and ended up ...

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Pearl finds a new home

Pearl finds a new home

REGULAR visitors to our shelter will know the...

Kitten season is here!

Kitten season is here!

THE start of the kitten season is upon us and...

Neuter for just £5 in March

Neuter for just £5 in March

DURING the month of March, in conjunction ...

Le petit chat Mimi returns

Le petit chat Mimi returns

AT the end of October 2013 the local branch ...

Urgent plea - homes needed for feral cats

Urgent plea - homes needed for feral cats

Cats Protection urgently needs to find homes ...

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Lucky raffle winners

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Older cats make purrfect pets

Older cats make purrfect pets

Owning a 'senior kittizen', like Maggie ...

Read our Success Stories

Read our Success Stories

Every year your local cat shelter at ...

What do I do if I find a lost cat?

What do I do if I find a lost cat?

It's one of the commonest questions we get ...

Online search brings Oakley home

Online search brings Oakley home

WHEN silver tabby Oakley went missing from ...

Why should I have my cat neutered?

Why should I have my cat neutered?

Cats Protection champions neutering as the...

How you can help

Our shelter is part of the Cats Protection leading feline welfare charity. We are one of a network of adoption centres and volunteer-run branches covering the UK. We rescue and rehome stray and unwanted cats in the Central Scotland area from our base at the Marion Hunter Cat Adoption Shelter which is situated in Fishcross on the A908 between Alloa and Tillicoultry.


A tale of two kitties... and a great new home

George and Percy


George and Percy, our black kittens who needed to find a new home together, have now been chosen and are about to start a fantastic new chapter in their life together with their new owner.
George and Percy were both born outside to different feral mothers and rescued by Cats Protection who put them together despite the fact that they came from different litters - something that is rarely done with cats.
Percy and George bonded instantly and in no time at all it was as if they had always been a twosome, playing, cuddling and having fun.
Their first adoption ended because their owner was having to move abroad and couldn't take the boys with her, much to her distress. However, they have landed on their feet and found a second great home where this fantastic little double act can stay together!



OPENING HOURS
The shelter and shop are open Thurs and Fri 1-3pm; Sat and Sun 1-4pm.

THANK YOU TO OSCAR AND BANDIT FOR THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT. IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED BY THE SHELTER CATS.

PLEASE DO NOT BRING A CAT TO THE SHELTER UNLESS BY PRIOR AGREEMENT WITH SANDRA WHO IS IN CHARGE OF ALL ADMISSIONS. 
WE DO OPERATE A WAITING LIST. ONCE YOU ARE ON THE LIST YOU CAN CONTACT US AND WE WILL BE HAPPY TO GIVE YOU AN UPDATE ON WHERE YOU ARE ON THE LIST PLUS AN ESTIMATE OF WHEN WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO TAKE YOUR CAT IN.