Welcome to our Spring Cat Lovers Raffle!

You are just a couple of clicks away from helping the hundreds of thousands of cats and kittens that we care for every year. By entering our Spring Raffle you could be in with a chance to win one of 500 prizes, including the fantastic £10,000 1st prize!

Entering is easy, simply click the ‘enter now’ button below and choose how many tickets you want to buy. In a few short steps you could be in with a chance of joining our lucky winners. 

The Spring Raffle draws on 20 March 2020

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Look out for our new subscription entry option

Never miss a draw! Our subscription raffle option saves you the time and trouble of entering each raffle by giving you automatic entry into all four of our raffles each year and our Fast Entry draws, so you never miss your chance to win a big prize. To activate, simply select your number of tickets and any donation you would like to make in the normal way on the next page and then tick the subscription box. You will only pay for your entries to the current raffle today and we will then write to you each time we start a new raffle to confirm your payment and entries. You can cancel at any time by calling us on the Raffle Helpline 01628 821 984.

Sign up today and receive an exclusive Cat Lovers Raffle subscription cuddly cat! There is no need to claim. Your cuddly toy will be despatched in May upon receipt of your Summer Cat Lovers Raffle subscription payment.

Thank you for all your support and best of luck from all the team at Cats Protection.

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Kittens found just in time!

Four cute kittens were discovered abandoned and dumped in a cardboard box in the Ashdown Forest. The four-week-old kittens were found by a dog walker and brought to us just in time. As well as being severely dehydrated and under-fed, they were taken in just before a heavy rainstorm lashed the area. Without this chance discovery, these vulnerable kittens – who were renamed Kieran, Karen, Kiri and Keith – would have almost certainly died.

Tania Marsh, Deputy Manager of Cats Protection’s National Cat Adoption Centre, said: “It was incredibly fortunate the kittens were found when they were, as they would not have survived much longer in the forest. It’s desperately sad that these kittens were simply dumped.”

All of the cats had deformed, stumpy tails, probably caused by a congenital abnormality and were given some much-needed hydration and nutrition. Sadly Keith had a congenital abnormality to both his hind legs and so was put to sleep on veterinary advice, but the other kittens responded well to the care and attention they received and have since been rehomed and are loving life with their forever families. Their plight, coupled with the fact one of the kittens had to be put to sleep, further highlights why it is so important to neuter cats and prevent unwanted litters being born

Enter our Spring Raffle today and you will help us continue our work and ensure that more cats and kittens, like Kieran and his siblings, get the help they need.

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