Welcome to our Christmas Cats 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 Christmas Raffle you could be in with a chance to win one of 500 prizes, including the fantastic £25,000 1st prize!
Entering is easy, simply click the ‘play 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 Mrs Thompson who was a winner in our Spring Raffle.
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 toy! There is no need to claim. Your cuddly toy will be despatched in January upon receipt of your Spring Cat Lovers Raffle subscription payment.
Thank you for all your support and best of luck from all the team at Cats Protection.
How you'll be helping
When Stitch’s owner tragically died outside her flat after being hit by a car, there was no one to look after him so he ended up in our care.
When we picked Stitch up his coat was in a terrible state and he was really overweight.
Following our veterinarian health assessment, which forms part of the standard process for new cats arriving at our centres, we noticed a lump on his back that did not respond to antibiotics. This left us with no option other than to operate in order to remove the infection. Thankfully, the tumour was benign and under the specialist care of our vets, nurses and volunteers, Stitch recuperated and was adopted by a loving family.
His new owner said: “Stitch was renamed Sid when he became my cat – it was love at first sight. I would recommend an adult cat to future adopters as he is playful, friendly and house trained. I can’t believe how in such a short time he has become such an integral part of my home.”