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ADOPT A CAT: Barney a 5-year-old tabby short-haired male cat has gone off to his new home. Well done Barney and good luck. Please keep in touch as we would love to hear how you are settling into your new home.
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Bailey
Missing from Giffnock, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! PLEASE SHARE & HELP FIND BAILEY
 
Bailey is a 13 year-old, indoor, male Siames cat who managed to escape from his home in Braidholm Road (near the rugby club) in Giffnock, Glasgow on Wednesday 29 July 2015.
 
Bailey is a quite a large cat who has dark blue eyes, grey points and a light cream/beige body with a stripy tail.
Went missing from Braidholm Road, Giffnock (the end near the Rugby Club) Bailey is not used to being outside
He is not used to being outside so there may be a possibility that he is sheltering in a hut, garage or some dry covered area close to where he escaped from.
 
If you live near Braidholm Road would you please have a look around your property just to check that Bailey has not set up a temporary residence.
 
Bailey’s family are heartbroken at his disappearance and would love to have him back home safe and sound where he is very much missed. If you recognise Bailey or have any information with regards to his whereabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@googlemail.com or send us a pm. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1Df0rNY).
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Nelson
Missing from Renfrew, Renfrewshire
 
Black male cat (Vennacher Road, Renfrew, Renfrewshire)
 
Help! Has anyone seen Nelson who went missing from his home in Vennacher Road which is in Renfrew, Renfrewshire on Friday 24 July 2015? Nelsone is a black male cat who is an experienced outdoor cat that enjoys exploring his territory but he is not in the habit of venturing far from home. He was last seen on the Friay afternoon and for him to be away from home for this length of time is so out of character. Nelson is a microchipped and was not wearng a collar when he went missing so it may be possible someone has taken him in and given him shelter without realising he has a family. Also if you live near Vennacher Road would you please check your garages, huts and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure Nelson has not managed to slip in and make a temporary residence without you knowing.Nelson 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 3712722 or cpglasgow@googlemail.com as soon as possible.
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A reminder about Ace
Missing from New Gorbals, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! HAS ANYONE SEEN 9-MONTH-OLD ACE?
 
Sadly, Ace the 9-month-old black & white kitten who went missing from his home in Aspley Place which is in the New Gorbals, Glasgow on Friday 10 July 2015 has not yet come home & we would like to know if anyone has seen him or knows where he is.
 
Ace is a big fluffy ball of fur and looks older than he actually is as he is a Maine Coon cross. He is a very friendly, loving cat and enjoys cuddles and when he went missing he was not wearing a collar so it may be possible someone has taken him in and given him shelter without realising he has a family.
 
Ace’s family are heartbroken about at his disappearance and would love to have him back home safe and sound. If you recognise Ace or have any information about him would you please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@googlemail.com or send us a pm. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1JjGC4C).
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Tiger
Missing from Springboig, Glasgow
 
GOOD NEWS – TIGER IS HOME
 
Tiger, the beautiful cross Persian female cat who went missing from her home in Springboig Glasgow on Wednesday 22 July 2015 surprised her family very early this morning by returning home.
 
She was a bit dirty and very hungry but otherwise well & healthy after her 6 day adventure.
 
Tiger’s family would like pass on their “Thanks” to everyone who shared her post and also to everyone who kept a look out for her when she was missing.
 
Welcome home Tiger x
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Reminder & update about Brody
Missing from Gartosh, Glasgow

Help! HAS ANYONE SEEN BRODY?

Brody, the 3-year-old outdoor, black & white male cat who went missing from his home in Skibo Place which is in Gartosh, Glasgow on Friday 8 May 2015 has not yet come home & we would like to know if anyone has seen him whilst out and about.

Brody is a very distinguished looking black & white male cat who is one of the friendliest, sociable cats that you could ever meet. He loves his cuddles, he loves company, infact he loves everyone & everything and his disappearance has left his family devastated.

* There has been a possible sighting of Brody in Easterhouse near the FARE Bannatyne Building, 31 Drumlanrig Avenue G33. A cat very, very similar to Brody has been spotted on waste ground, however, the area is closed off, and his family can't get in to have a look around *

If anyone near this area see’s this cat would you please – if possible  - take a photo of it & forward to us either by email to cpglasgow@googlemail.com or if it’s quicker send us a pm.
All the information we have on Brody is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1GZRdmW).
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ADOPT A CAT: Fred a 5-month-old ginger & white short-haired male cat has been reserved WOOOOOOOO well done Fred. We will let you know when Fred has gone off to his new home.
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Remus
Missing from Milton of Campsie, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! HAS ANYONE SEEN REMUS?
 
Remus is a 1 year-old, indoor, male Bengal cat who managed to escape from his home in Lochalsh Crescent which is in Milton of Capsie, Glasgow late on Tuesday evening. 
 
He is a shy, quiet cat who likes to keep to himself and avoids strangers. He is not used to being outside so there may be a possibility that he is sheltering in a hut, garage or some dry covered area close to where he escaped from.
 
If you live near Lochalsh Crescent would you please have a look around your property just to check that Remus has not set up a temporary residence.
 
Remus’s family are extremely upset at his disappearance and would dearly love to have him back home safe and sound where he belongs. If you recognise Remus or have any information with regards to his whereabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@googlemail.com or send us a pm. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1KChNnv).
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Oliver
From Springboig, Glasgow
 
GOOD NEWS – OLIVER IS NOW BACK HOME
 
Oliver, the handsome tabby male cat who went missing from his home yesterday morning surprised his family his family by returning home at 7.30am this morning safe & well but extremely hungry after his wee adventure.
 
Oliver’s family would like “Thank” everyone who shared his post and also to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing.
 
Welcome home Oliver x
 
Oliver’s safe return home has been included in our “success stories” page on our main Cat Protection WEB page which can be viewed at (http://bit.ly/13sOpKk)
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Oliver
Missing from Springboig, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! HAS ANYONE SEEN OLIVER?
 
We need your help to find Oliver who went missing from his home in Larchgrove Avenue which is in Springboig, Glasgow early yesterday morning.
 
Oliver is a very distinct looking, 3-year-old grey & white tabby male cat who doesn’t venture far and usually likes to wander around the garden – he was last seen around 7.00am and when his family went to call him in 10 minutes later he was nowhere to be seen.
 
If you live near Larchgrove Avenue would you please check your garages, huts and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure Oliver has not managed to slip in and make a temporary residence without you knowing.
 
Oliver’s family are greatly concerned abut his disappearance and would love to have him back home safe & sound. If you recognise Oliver or have any information with regards to his whereabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@googlemail.com or send us a pm. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1gjeXdq).
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ADOPT A CAT: Miaow humans i am Barney 5-year-old tabby short-haired male cat. I am the newest cat at the branch and am also this week's 'star cat'. I am seeking a new home and hope you can help?

So lets start with the important stuffs .......  I can be adopted as an indoor our outdoor cat. But if i am to be adopted as an indoor cat then it needs to be a big indoor home. I can't be adopted into homes with other cats but am okay to be adopted into homes with dogs and young children.

I am a very easy going, affectionate loving big boy. I love a good head rub and could be the perfect lapcat for you. If that’s not enough then check out my modeling photos aren't I handsome with my beautiful tabby markings and striking eyes? I know you think so, so go on pick up that phone and adopt me today but make sure you check my profile out here first - http://bit.ly/1IpGKmG
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Extra
Missing from Stockiemuir Road between Glasgow and Drymen
 
13-year-old tabby & white male cat (Stockiemuir Road between Glasgow and Drymen)


Help! Has anyone seen Extra who went missing from his home in Stockiemuir Road which is between Glasgow and Drymen on Saturday 18 July 2015? Extra is a 13-year-old tabby & white male cat who had been getting looked after by friends whilst his family were on holiday. We think that possibly due to a change in his routine – Extra wasn’t happy – and hasn’t been seen since the Saturday evening.He is an independent, outdoor cat who knows his territory but he never usually ventured far from home. As he is microchipped he isn’t wearing a collar and it may be possible someone may have started to feed him or have taken him in and given him shelter without realising he has a family. If you live near Stockiemuir Road would you please check your garages, huts, outbuildings and under any dense shrubbery around your property just to make sure Extra has not made a temporary residence without you knowing. Extra’s family are distraught at his disappearance and love to have him back home safe & sound where he is very much missed. 
 
 
If you find a cat matching this description then please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 3712722 or cpglasgow@googlemail.com as soon as possible.
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Miaow! Welcome to the Google+ page of Cats Protection Glasgow Branch.
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.