Unfortunately, due to the fact our foster pens are all full and we have many cats waiting to come into our care, we have made the decision to close our waiting list for cats needing to come into foster care to be rehomed, for the foreseeable future.
If you have a cat you need to rehome please contact one of the other local charities to see if they can help. You may also want to contact your vet with any issues you are experiencing with your cat to see if they can be resolved and therefore prevent the need to rehome your cat.
Details of rescues in your area can be found on Cat Chat, www.catchat.org
If you are having problems with a cat you have homed from the Bedford branch of Cats Protection then please do contact us as we will always do what we can to help a cat that has been rehomed from Cats Protection, please do not look to rehome a Cats Protection cat with another charity.


"Although we were a little unsure about taking on a cat with known "nerve" problems, when we saw Kimi, we fell for her instantly so felt we had to give her a chance. We're VERY happy we did. Within hours of coming home she was nuzzling our children, laying on the couches, and generally making herself at home. While sometimes she does still jump at sudden sounds (like we all do!) she is one of the most loving, and characteristic cats I've ever had. 

Cats Protection do an amazing job, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend anyone looking for a cat goes to them first!" - Laurence

Our Lost & Found register is still operational so we can still take details of stray cats to try and identify an owner, but we are currently unable to take stray cats into our care.
We would also advise you contact all other local charities & vet surgeries to report found cats, your local vets should also be happy to scan stray cats to see if they are micro-chipped.