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Toots
Missing from the West End of Paisley, Renfrewshire
 
LOST. Help! URGENT APPEAL - Please share & help find Toots
 
We need your help to find Toots who fell from a high window in Woodside Crescent which is in the West End of Paisley on Sunday evening. Toots was seen by neighbours just after she fell but ran away before anyone could reach her.
 
She is a very distinct looking tortoishell female cat who is not wearing a collar and we ask that if you live near Woodside Crescent would you please check huts, garages and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure she has not managed to slip in and make a temporary residence without you knowing.
 
If you have any information with regards to her whereabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@gmail.com or send us a pm.  All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/21r696N).
 
Please share & help to reunite Toots home to her family
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ADOPT A CAT: Today's 'star cat' is Daisy a 5-year-old tortoiseshell short-haired female cat.

Daisy is a super pretty tortie girl. She is a bit shocked by the big change of coming into care at the branch and is taking a little while to settle into her pen. She will be the same in her new home so needs to be re-homed with someone that has the time and patience for her. Could that someone you?

Daisy is an outdoor cat and is okay to be re-homed with young children. She os nor okay to be re-homed with other cats.Pick up your phone and adopt Daisy today
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ADOPT A CAT: Please take a look at all the cats we currently have available for adoption here - http://bit.ly/IPYGvd. Please help by sharing this post. Cats currently looking for homes are as below:

* Stephanie - 7 year old Ginger & White short-haired female kitty.
* Daisy - 5-year-old tortoiseshell short-haired female cat.
* Hamish & Dougal 8-year-old tabby short-haired male cats (to be re-homed as a pair)
* Harry -7-year-old calico short-haired male cat.
* Gypsy - 3-year-old black, short haired male cat.
* Blue - 9-year-old black & white short-haired male cat.
* Mikey - 3 year old, long-haired male cat.

If none of the above cats are suitable you should still contact us if you are looking to adopt a cat as we may have other cats currently in our care that would be suitable but are not quite ready for adoption yet.
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Max
Missing from Kilsyth, Glasgow
 
Help! Max is a 1-year-old, outdoor, black & white male cat who went missing from his home in Rennie Road which is in Kilsyth, Glasgow on Saturday 23 April 2016. He loves going out for his daily wander but usually didn’t go far & always returned home once he had explored his territory. His family are greatly 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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Thank You
 
We would like to say “Thank You” to Jacqueline Slattery for the very kind donation of cat food, kitten food, cat & kittens treats and brand new fleeces which are greatly appreciated by all the cats & kittens at Cats Protection Glasgow Branch x
 
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Barney
Missing from Tollcross, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! Anyone seen Barney?
 
Has anyone seen Barney who went missing from his home in Cuthelton Street which is in the Tollcross area of Glasgow on Monday 25 April 2016?
 
Barney is a 9-year-old, indoor,cat who managed to escape and not being used to the hustle & bustle of outdoor life it may be possible he has taken shelter in a hut, garage or a safe quiet place near to where he escaped from.
 
If you live near Cuthelton Street 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.
 
** Please note Barney looks very similar to the ginger male cat that has been found in Bishopbriggs but we can confirm that thi cat is sadly not Barney**

He is very much missed by his family who would love to have him back home safe and sound. If you recognise Barney 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/1ofLkO2).
 
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Found in Royston, Glasgow
Black & white female cat
 
FOUND. Help! Does anyone recognise this young black & white female cat that has been found in Royston, Glasgow?
 
She is a friendly wee cat who hasn’t yet been scanned for a microchip.
 
If anyone recognises this cat and knows where her family are, would you please ask them to contact Cats Protection Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@gmail.com or send us a pm.  All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/24jPwPD).
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NEUTERING SAVES LIVES!!
 
Neutering your cat can have really great benefits, both to them and to you! Plus you’ll be helping to tackle the growing crisis of pets being abandoned, dumped and given away because there aren’t enough homes to go around.
 
Our campaign offers neutering for cats for £5 in many vets across Glasgow, so there is no excuse!

http://www.cats.org.uk/neuteringglasgow
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SUCCESS STORY: Daisy

This lovely little lady is Daisy who was adopted by Donna and her family and went off to her new “forever” home yesterday.

We were delighted to hear that it didn’t take Daisy long to settle in and wish her every happiness in her new home x
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Sponsor A Cat - Willow
 
Willow is a very shy girl, who has been with us for 16 years. She was born as a feral and not found until she was nearly 4 months old and by that time she was used to fending for herself & being on her own that she did not like people but preferred the company of other cats.
 
She was adopted by a wonderful lady that understood her needs & over the years Willow thrived. She had the freedom to come & go as she pleased and knew there was always a warm, cosy bed waiting for her when the weather got chilly.
 
Just before Easter 2016 Willow came home with a very sore eye, her family managed to catch her in her bed and had a further look and it was not a pretty sight.
 
Willow was rushed straight to the Vet School where they found she had punctured her eye with a twig.
 
Unfortunately, the damage was so severe it was decided the eye had to be removed. Willow spent a few nights in hospital then came home for pen rest, She then developed an infection and had to have further antibiotics.
 
She is now recovering and has had her first trip outdoors.
 
Semi- feral cats don't do well being kept in, she has lost a wee bit of weight but now that she can move about in her own terms her weight should increase.
 
If it wasn’t for the support of everyone who sponsors Willow through Sponsor A Cat the branch would not have been able to help in the way we did.
 
Cats Protection would like to say a big “thank you” to everyone who supports us by sponsoring one of our cats, it is very much appreciated.
 
 
🐱🐱 To find out more about how to help support Willow & and our other long-term care cats that have special needs and require medical care, please visit our Sponsor A Cat page on the following link  http://bit.ly/1Ii9YTk 🐱🐱
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Adopt with Confidence
 
We have lots of lovely cats in our care looking for their “forever” home, please have a look on the following link:
 
http://bit.ly/IPYGvd
 
Often we have other cats available for rehoming that are not on the Website yet so please email us at cpglasgow@gmail.com or call us on 0345 371 2722 (option 2)
 
Please consider adopting a Cats Protection Cat
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FUNDRAISING. Recycle your printer cartridges
Do you want to make a donation to our branch for free?
Then you can donate your empty printer cartridges! We will get £1 for every cartridge donated. You could even help friends, family and your office donate too!
Register free here. https://www.recycle4charity.co.uk/Register
You are recycling for "Cats Protection Glasgow Branch" C71516 *
The company will send you envelopes to recycle your cartridges.
In the past few months £30.00 has been raised by you through our recycling programme all of which goes the cats and kittens in our care. Thank you x
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Cats Protection Glasgow Branch PO Box 16540 Glasgow G22 9BG
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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.