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Storm
Missing from Blantyre, Glasgow
 
Help!   We need your help to find Storm who went missing from his home in Strachan Place which is in West Craigs, Blantyre, Glasgow on Monday 8 February 2016. Storm is an outdoor cat who never tended to wander far from home & liked to pop in and out of the house during the day just to make sure he wasn’t missing out on anything. He was last seen on Monday afternoon and for him to be away from home for this length of time is so out of character. Storm enjoys company and is known & loved by his neighbours as he liked to pop in and visit when passing. He is microchipped and is wearing a black & white collar which has a little Royal Canin tag saying he is on a special diet, thought, he may have managed to take it off. If you live near Strachan Place would you please have a look in any huts, garages & outbuildings that you have been in recently just to make sure Storm has not wandered in and taken up residence without you realising. Storm is very much missed by his family who would love to have him back home safe and sound.  
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or cpglasgow@gmail.com as soon as possible.
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Nina
Missing from Milngavie, Glasgow
 
Help! Nina is a 1-year-old, outdoor, grey & white female cat who went missing from her home in Crawford Road which is in Milngavie, Glasgow on Monday 1 February 2016. Nina had went out in the morning just before the high winds picked up & we think she may have been spooked by the wind and has taken shelter in a dry, covered area near to her home. Nina is a small, petite cat who is microchipped but she is also wearing a blue collar, though she may have managed to take it off. If you live near Crawford Road would you please check huts, garages and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure she has not taken up residence without you knowing. Nina is very much missed by her family who would love to have her back home safe and sound where she belongs.
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or cpglasgow@gmail.com
 
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Good News – Nina has been found this afternoon (10/02/16) & is now back home with her family. She had been trapped in a neighbour's house for a week and a half while they been away. She has lost a bit of weight but is going to the vet tonight for a checkup just to make sure she is okay. Her family would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shard her post & also “thank” everyone who helped look for her when she was missing.
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Poppy
Missing from Milngavie, Glasgow
 
Help! Has anyone seen 8-month-old Poppy who went missing from her in in Mugdock Road which is in Milngavie, Glasgow on Wednesday 3 February 2016? Poppy is black & white, full of fun and very inquisitive. She is microchipped and is also wearing a pink collar which has a name tag attached – though she may have managed to take it off. If you live near Mugdock Road would you please check any outbuilding, huts & garages that are around your property just to make sure Poppy has not managed to slip in and taken up residence without you knowing. Her family are extremely concerned at her disappearance and would love to have her back home safe and sound where she is very much missed.
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or cpglasgow@gmail.com as soon as possible.
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ADOPT A CAT: Meet new cat Domino a 16-year-old black & white short-haired female cat. Domino come into care at the branch as her previous owner passed away and she is now seeking a new home.

This little lady has arthritis and needs to be given metacam daily. She also has a blocked tear duct that requires cleaning daily however the branch will cover any ongoing costs for these medical issues. Domino is a timid, shy girl but loves to be brushed and enjoys a good nap. She really just need a new home and human to give her the love and care she deserves.

Domino is an indoor cat and can’t be adopted into homes with other cats. We are unsure if she would be okay to be adopted into families with dogs and young children. Check out Domino's profile here- bit.ly/1PIQQTo and get in touch to adopt her today.
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Lionel
From Bishopbriggs, Glasgow
 
Good News – After nearly 3 & a ½ years – Lionel is reunited back with his family


This “good news” story will give hope to everyone who has a missing cat:
 
A few of you may remember Lionel went missing from his home in Bishopbriggs, Glasgow on Tuesday 23 October 2012 when he was just a youngster. An extensive search of the area surrounding his home & a wide campaign publicising his disappearance at the time was unsuccessful at finding him but his family never stopped looking out for him.
 
Last week – out of the blue – they received a phone call from a local vet to say that they had Lionel – and he was well, healthy & waiting patiently to go home.
 
His family were stunned but absolutely delighted & when they went collect him they discovered that he had been found half a mile away from his home.
 
He had recently started to visit a family who knew he wasn’t a resident cat from their area so they took him to vet to be scanned and thanks to their vigilance Lionel was reunited back home nearly 3 & a ½ years after going missing.
 
A wee reminder to everyone about the importance of microchipping -  microchipping is a safe and permanent means of identification which increases the chances of a missing cat being reunited with back with its family.
 
Welcome home Lionel x
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Misty
Missing from Pollokshields, Glasgow
 
Help! Misty is a 2-year-old ginger & white male cat who went missing from his home in Leslie Street which is in Pollokshields, Glasgow on Tuedsay 2 February 2016. He is an experienced, outdoor cat who enjoys going out for his daily wander but he is not in the habit of going far from home & is usually never away for any great length of time. He is not wearing a collar and we ask that if you live near Leslie Street would you please check huts, garages and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure he has not taken up residence without you knowing. Misty’s family are extremely concerned at his disappearance and would love to have him back home where he is very much missed.
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or cpglasgow@gmail.com
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ADOPT A CAT: This week's 'star cat' is Domino a 16-year-old black & white short-haired female cat. Domino come into care at the branch as her previous owner passed away and she is now seeking a new home.

Domino is a timid, shy girl but loves to be brushed and enjoys a good nap. She really just need a new home and human to give her the love and care she deserves.She has arthritis and needs to be given metacam daily. She also has a blocked tear duct that requires cleaning daily however the branch will cover any on going costs for these medical issues.

Domino is an indoor cat and can’t be adopted into homes with other cats. We are unsure if she would be okay to be adopted into families with dogs and young children. Check out Domino's profile here- bit.ly/1PIQQTo and get in touch to adopt her today.
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Luna
Missing from Queens Park, Glasgow
 
Help! Has anyone seen Luna who went missing from her home in Dixon Avenue which is in Queens Park, Glasgow on Tuesday 2 February 2016? Luna is a 1-year-old, indoor, black tortoiseshell female cat who managed to escape & when she went missing she was not wearing a collar. Not being used to the hustle & bustle of outdoor life and it may be a possible she has taken shelter in a hut, garage or a safe quiet place near to where she escaped from. If you live near Dixon Avenue would you please have a look around your property just to make sure she has not managed to slip in and make a temporary residence without you knowing. Luna’s family are extremely concerned at her disappearance and would love to have her back home safe and sound where she is very much missed.
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or as soon as possible.
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SUCCESS STORY:These two beautiful kittens Norman and Regan were found in Paisley bus station - born on one of the buses. They were very wild at first and it took us a long time to get them ready for re-homing but the hard work all paid off. These two beauties are now off to new homes. The lucky humans that got these two were on the kitten waiting list. So if you wished you were those lucky people get in contact to be put on the waiting list today.

A big well done to the kittens.
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ADOPT A CAT: Meet new cat Muffin a12-year-old ginger & white short-haired male cat.

Muffin is a lovely old cat that prefers a quiet environment. He is very agile but still a little playful with toys however he mostly loves to curl up on the sofa or sit on a lap. He's a trip you up, follow u everywhere, sit on you as soon as you're available, or not, kinda cat. Oh yeah and sleeps on your head in bed, without fail.

Muffin is an indoor cat and we are unsure if he would be okay with dogs but he will be okay to be re-homed with other cats or children.Take a look at Muffin's profile here - bit.ly/23RERZF and get in touch to adopt him today.
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Darkie
Missing from Mosspark, Glasgow
 
Help! Has anyone seen Darkie who went missing from his home in Mosspark Oval, Mosspark, Glasgow on Sunday 31 January 2016? Darkie an independant, outdoor, 9-year-old black & white male cat who was out last Sunday evening & we think he may have been spooked by the high winds and has taken shelter in a dry, covered area near to his home. If you live near Mosspark Oval would you please check huts, garages and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure he has not taken up residence without you knowing. His family & friends are missing him very much & would love to have him back home.
 
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or cpglasgow@gmail.com
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Good news -  Darkie surprised his family earlier this morning (07/02/2016) by returning back home safe & sound after his 7 day adventure. His family & friends would like to pass on their “thanks” to everyone who shard his post & also “thank” everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.
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Barry
Missing from Cathcart, Glasgow
 
Help! Has anyone seen Barry who went missing from his home in Tankerland Road which is in Cathcart, Glasgow  on Wednesday 3 February 2016? Barry a large black & white indoor cat who managed to escape & not being used to the hustle & bustle of outdoor life it may be a possible he has taken shelter in a hut, garage or a safe quiet place near to where he escaped from. If you live near Tankerland Road next to the train station would you please have a look around your property just to make sure he has not managed to slip in and make a temporary residence without you knowing. Barry’s family are greatly concerned at his disappearance and would love to have him back home safe and sound where he is very much missed.
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or as soon as possible.
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I have lost mine once and he looks almost the same. I was able to retrieve him by driving my car around a few blocks from my house. I drove and called him name out the window. When I returned home I left my car running for 20 min. and continued to call his name. Sure enough he found his way home I by the sound of my car and my voice. you'll be surprised most pets know the sound of your car because they hear you come and go. they have a sense of recognition try to do the same. I guarantee you he's only a few blocks away. maybe even just a block away.
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Introduction
Cats Protection Glasgow Branch is run by a small team of dedicated, unpaid volunteers who work hard in their spare time to care for and find homes for unwanted cats and kittens throughout the Glasgow area. Being a small branch, our cats are not based at a central location to visit - instead all cats/kittens within our care are placed in foster homes pending a suitable home being found. The Branch is essentially self-sufficient, depending on funds raised locally to care for the cats we rescue.

It is our policy to never put a healthy cat to sleep and we believe that there is a new, loving home somewhere for each and every cat in our care.

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Cats Protection is the UK’s leading cat welfare charity enjoying the support of over 6,500 volunteers. Our vision is ‘to ensure that every cat is given the chance of a life where it will be treated with kindness and understanding of its needs’. We will achieve this through our three key objectives of finding good homes for cats in need, by supporting and encouraging the neutering of cats and by improving people’s understanding of cats and their care.

Each year we help 142,000 cats through our rehoming, neutering and microchipping programmes. Much of this is achieved due to the hard work and dedication of our branches and volunteers who along with the staff have helped the charity become what it is today.