Cats Protection has a single and clear vision - a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs. They believe that education is key to increasing people’s understanding of cats and how to meet their needs. They offer free curriculum-linked workshops to schools and community groups, explaining how cats communicate, why they behave as they do and how to understand feline body language. They also promote responsible pet ownership and empathy for cats and other animals.
Marylebone Library spokesperson said, “I would highly recommend! The children thoroughly enjoyed this interactive talk and learnt lots, like what to do if you want to make friends with a cat. The accompanying adults also learnt a thing or too. We have already booked another session”.
Petra Coghlin, Community Education Officer, says, “These informative talks are engaging and show children how to understand and interact with cats in a mutually beneficial way”.
As the UK’s leading feline welfare charity, Cats Protection help over 194,000 cats and kittens per year through a national network of over 250 volunteer-run branches and 31 adoption centres. Rehoming and neutering are central to their work.