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Cat Protection Society

Cat Protection began in 1958, as a small group of people dedicated to reducing the number of stray cats by desexing and finding loving and responsible homes for street cats.

Our vision remains the same – that every cat has a loving and responsible home – but we now offer a range of feline care services from our purpose-designed, no-kill shelter in Newtown.

We are an independent charity operating only in NSW.

We’re not a subsidiary of any other organisation and we don’t have branches.

Structured as an association under the NSW Associations Incorporation Act, with a Board (committee) elected by the membership, our independently audited accounts are submitted to our AGM and the Director-General of Fair Trading each year.

Our association is a member of Animals Australia and International Society Feline Medicine.

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