Team ‘fe-line’ excited as Cats Protection Ballymena Branch launched
The UK’s largest feline welfare charity, Cats Protection has launched a new volunteer-led branch in Ballymena, officially open for business from today - Monday 7 September.
The local branch is primarily focussed on the goal of neutering, offering assistance in the form of Trap Neuter Return (TNR) of unowned stray or feral cats.
Spokesperson for the organisation commented: “This is a free charity service to prevent the unnecessary suffering and overpopulation of unowned cats. So if you feed a cat/colony of cats and require our assistance, please do get in touch!
“In the future, we are hoping to expand to help our local cat population in others way as well, such as educational talks, fundraising events and helping cats and kittens in need to find their forever homes.”
The experienced and committed volunteers, who are local to the Ballymena area, and have been working for the welfare of local cats for a number of years now, would be happy to help you in any way that they can.
If you would like to support the work of Cats Protection Ballymena, interested in joining as a volunteer in one of the varied roles available, or if you are in need of assistance with neutering, please do get in touch with the team.
General enquiries 𝗘: firstname.lastname@example.org
Neutering requests 𝗘: email@example.com
𝗧: 028 9553 1368