What we do
Formed in 1927, Cats Protection has grown to become the UK's leading
feline welfare charity.
Cats Protection now rehomes and reunite 55,500 cats and kittens every
year, through our network of over 250 voluntary-run branches and 29
The Bracknell and Wokingham Districts Branch is completely staffed by unpaid volunteers, who undertake all
aspects of the branches work in their spare time, fitting it in around their own work and family commitments
The branch was formed in January 1994, when the former Reading & District Branch (itself formed in May 1985)
was divided into two autonomous branches, to better support the large catchment area in the heart of the Thames
Valley, and to respond more effectively to the ever increasing requests for help. Like many other Cats Protection
branches across the country, the Bracknell & Wokingham Districts branch do a wide range of activities to protect
and help cats.
- Our first and foremost frequent task is taking in unwanted cats or kittens, from owners who can no
longer care for them.
- We take in strays and attempt to reunite them with their original owners, if they cannot be traced they
- We operate a lost and found register.
- We take in feral and semi feral cats to be neutered and returned to their site or rehomed at stables, farms,
small holdings etc, where they make extremely good rodent controllers. Feral kittens that are young enough
(less than 6 weeks) to be socialised will eventually go to regular domestic homes.
- Any cats we take in, which require medical treatment, are treated by our vet at our expense, this is so
that all cats in our care are fit and healthy when they are re-homed.
- We provide assistance with the cost of neutering and micro-chipping for those on low income or in receipt
of benefits. To obtain a voucher please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 03453 714212.
Lines are open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm only.
- We encourage the neutering and micro-chipping of all cats and kittens and provide an information service
to the public. Our branch covers Bracknell, Wokingham and surrounding districts. This area includes towns
such as Crowthorne, Woodley and Winnersh. We help rehome unwanted cats and kittens, provide financial
aid to low income families for veterinary care such as neutering and provide information and advice
on general cat care.
We invite you to read more about the cats we have in our care who are looking for a home, how we try to help
and details on our fundraising events which we hope you will find enjoyable and informative.
Please see our Adopt a cat page
for photos and descriptions of cats and kittens in our care looking for a new
We have regular monthly meetings - please see the Events
Page - Branch Meetings for the date of the next
meeting. Our Branches objectives are:
Giving ADVICE, HELP AND INFORMATION to cat owners. To inform the public on the care of cats and kittens. Our range covers the following post codes:
RG2 - Shinfield, Whitley all areas
RG5 & RG6 - Woodley, Earley, Lower Earley
RG7 - Three Mile Cross, Swallowfield, Stratfield Saye and Spencers Wood
RG10 - Twyford, Hare Hatch, Wargrave and Hurst
RG12 - Bracknell Districts
RG40 - Wokingham Districts
RG41 - Winnersh, Wokingham Districts
RG42 - Priestwood, Warfield, Winkfield & Bracknell Districts
RG45 - Crowthorne & Surrounding Areas
SL5 - Ascot