Cats Protection High Wycombe and South Bucks Branch

Tel: 01494 448849


The High Wycombe and South Bucks Branch of Cats Protection has been established since 1985, caring for abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens until we can find them new homes. All cats are neutered to prevent further unwanted litters, vaccinated, microchipped, and vet-checked, and have been treated for fleas and worms. All we ask for is an adoption fee of £60 per cat/kitten which helps towards the costs of looking after the cats in our care, and finding them homes so that more cats can be cared for.  We do not have an adoption centre – all cats available for adoption are kept at private addresses by volunteer fosterers.

This branch currently covers all areas in Wycombe district and the Chalfonts, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, Marlow, Bourne End, Wooburn, Stokenchurch, Amersham, Chesham Bois and Hyde Heath.

If you are interesting in adopting a cat from our branch, please take a look at the cats available on our Adopt a Cat page.  If you are looking to pass a cat into our care, please see our Incoming Cats page.

To download a membership form, please click here for a Word version or click here for a PDF version.

If you have either lost or found a cat, please email to add the details to our register and click here for further advice and a list of cats we are currently holding or looking for.


Please adopt one of us …..


Our next event …..

Radio interview
Thursday, December 8th, 2016 7:00pm
Wycombe Sound 106.6fm

One of our volunteers will again be interviewed by Clare Sherman on Wycombe Sound Radio. Live stream or tune in to wycombesound.org.uk.

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