The Cat Protection Society began in 1958 with just a small group of people looking to limit the number of stray cats on the streets of their local area. Although the charity has now grown exponentially, their vision remains the same – that every cat has a loving and responsible home. In addition to this, the Society also offer a range of feline care services from their no-kill shelter in Newtown. The Cat Protection Society are members of Animals Australia and International Society of Feline Medicine, and a society affiliate member of the International Society for Anthrozoology. Their no-kill shelter in Newtown aims to rehome surrendered and stray cats in the local area and across New South Wales are committed to finding the perfect fur-ever families for all their cats.
103 Enmore Road, Newtown. 9557 4818. www.catprotection.org.au