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For those who missed his update last year, Harvey did not have surgery on his legs. His surgeon at the Glasgow Vet School believed that he had adapted so well in his current environment that the risk of surgery would be too high and that he had a good standard of life as he was. Harvey is still under consultation with the vet school, should anything occur in the future, and will be for the rest of his life but he is doing incredibly well. Harvey will always be in the care of the Glasgow branch and we will continue to fund that care thanks to all the donations we have received for Harvey over the years. Harvey thought you lovely people deserved a special treat so kindly allowed us to take photos of him during his favourite pastime - lounging about.
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Sheamus
From Royston, Glasgow
 
GOOD NEWS TO SHARE – SHEAMUS IS NOW BACK HOME.
 
Sheamus the 17-year-old Persian indoor male cat who manages to slip out from his home in Royston, Glasgow yesterday afternoon was found safe & well late last night after returning back to his own garden.
 
Sheamus family are overjoyed that he has come home and would like say “Thank You” to everyone who shared his post & also “Thank You” to everyone who helped look for him when he was missing.
 
Welcome home Sheamus x
 
Sheamus’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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ADOPT A CAT: Hello humans Lennon here this week's 'star cat'. I am a 2-year-old outdoor ginger short-haired male cat looking for a women or man who can tend to my needs, love me and above all keep up with me as I am super Lennon and is very energetic you see. I even made a video for you humans of me playing. Take a look..... aren't I just the best?

If that wasn't enough to make you pick up that phone then you must know I love attention, cuddles and good scratch under the chin. What more would you need?

Take a look at my profile here http://bit.ly/1aximBs and get in touch with the branch today if you would like to adopt me.

Please share this post and help me find my special man/women today.

Shiloh is also this week's 'star cat' but agreed to allow me to have my say tonight so you will be hearing from him tomorrow.
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Found
Black & white female cat (Archerhill Road, Knightswood, Glasgow)
 
Found. Does anyone recognise this lovely lady that has been visiting residents in Archerhill Road in Knightswood, Glasgow over the past couple of weeks? She is an older lady, enjoys compay and a trip to the vet has confirmed that sadly she is not microchipped.
 
If you think you recognise this cat then please contact the Glasgow Branch on 0345 3712722 or cpglasgow@googlemail.com as soon as possible.
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ADOPT A CAT: Here come this week's 'star cats' the boys Shiloh a 2-year-old tabby short-haired male cat and Lennon a 2-year-old ginger short-haired male cat.

Lennon is a handsome outdoor, ginger boy who loves a good scratch under the chin. He is a very energetic,active lad and is seeking a man or women who can keep up with him,love him, play with him and above all else meet his daily needs. Do you think you could be the women/man for Lennon? Lennon thinks you could be so go on call us today and reserve Lennon? He is waiting for your call.

Shiloh an outdoor super cheeky and slightly crazy (in a good way) boy is seeking a companion for hugs and love. He performs well, loves playing in garden and catching the occasional fish. Do you think you could be that special someone for Shiloh? Shiloh has whispered to us that he thinks so so please get in touch today before this lovely boy is gone.

Please share this post and help Lennon and Shiloh find there man/women today.

Lennon's profile - http://bit.ly/1aximBs
Shiloh's Profile - http://bit.ly/1CBMGrI
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ADOPT A CAT: Pan and Labyrinth 3 year old black short-haired male cats have been reserved. Well done boys. We will let you know when they have gone off to their new home.
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Molly
Missing from Springboig, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! HAS ANYONE SEEN MOLLY?
 
This is a wee reminder about Molly who went missing from her home in Tynecastle Crescent which is in Springboig, Glasgow on Saturday 14 February 2015.
 
Sadly Molly has not yet come home and we would like to know if anyone has seen or if anyone has any information with regards to her whereabouts.
 
Molly is a small, petite 18-month-old ginger female cat who is very friendly, loves attention and being made a fuss of and is not shy at approaching strangers.
 
She was not wearing a collar when she went missing so it may be possible someone has taken her in and given her shelter thinking she is a stray.
 
She is very much missed by her family who would love to have her back home safe and sound where she belongs.If you recognise Molly or have any information with regards to her whereabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722 or cpglasgow@googlemail.com. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1CBMAuk).
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Sheamus
Missing from Royston, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help!  WE NEED YOUR HELP TO FIND SHEAMUS
 
Sheamus went missing from his home in Rhymer Street in Royston, Glasgow in Thursday 23 April 2015, has anyone seen him or does anyone know where he is?
 
Sheamus is 17-year-old long haired, white Persian indoor male cat who manages to slip out when the door was left ajar.  He is not used to the hustle & bustle of outdoor life and it may be a possibility he has taken shelter in a shed or a safe quiet place.
 
If you live near Rhymer Street would you please check huts, garages and any outbuildings that are around your property just to make sure he has not managed to slip in and make a temporary residence without you knowing.
 
Sheamus is very much loved & greatly missed and his family would like to have him back home safe & sound where he belongs. If you recognise Sheamus or have any information with regards to his wherabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0345 371 2722, email cpglasgow@googlemail.com or even pm us. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1I0S7AV).
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Chewy (Houston, Renfrewshire)
 
GOOD NEWS TO SHARE – CHEWY HAS RETURNED HOME. Chewy is an independent, outdoor 20-month-old black male cat who enjoys exploring everything within his territory but he usually went out for roughly an hour at a time then came home. On Wednesday 15 April 2015 Chewy had went out as usual and then disappeared.After being missing for nearly eight days Chewy surprised his family on the 23 April 2015 by returning back home by himself at 3am.  He has lost a bit of weight but is otherwise well & healthy after his adventure. Chewy’s family are delighted that he has come home and would like say “Thank You” to everyone who kept a look out for him when he was missing. Welcome home Chewy x
 
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Robster
Missing from Bearsden, Glasgow
 
LOST. Help! A WEE REMINDER ABOUT ROBSTER
 
Robster, missing from his home in Bonnaughton Road in Bearsden, Glasgow since Tuesday 10 February 2015 has not yet returned home and his family are looking for any information than anyone may have with regards to his whereabouts.
 
Robster is a black & white male cat who has very unique markings. The fur on his tummy is quite long and hangs quite low to the ground and once you gain his trust he is friendly & enjoys his cuddles.
 
**There have been a few possible sightings of a cat which look very simialr to Robster  in Ledi Drive but when his family search the area the cat is nowhere to be seen**
 
He is very much missed and and his family would love to have him back home. If you recognise Robster or have any information with regards to his whereabouts please contact the Glasgow branch on 0845 371 2722 or cpglasgow@googlemail.com. All the information we have is on the branch website (http://bit.ly/1J9fvP2).
 

 
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ADOPT A CAT: Hello humans I am new cat Patch a 6-year-old black & white short-haired female cat. I come into care at the branch as i was a stray on the streets (sniff,sniff).

I can be a little shy at first but once I have settled in properly I will enjoy lots of attention. I love catnip so human would you buy me some? I love catching some rays of sun especially on the window so a nice big window to look out of and sunbathe at would be ideal.

I can be adopted as an indoor or outdoor cat. I am unsure if I would be okay to be adopted into families with dogs and cannot be adopted into families with young children but I am okay to be adopted into families with other cats.

Please look at my profile here - http://bit.ly/1DJV31S and get in touch with the branch tonight to adopt me.
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ADOPT  A CAT: So do you all remember Ruby a 6-year-old very rare ginger long-haired female cat? Well Ruby has also gone off to her new home. YAY and well done. Don't be stranger keep in touch.
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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.