Second Shop Opening

Cats Protection Swansea

Swansea and District branch of Cats Protection is opening a second charity shop to boost much needed funds. We are very excited that we have managed to acquire a prestigious location in Mumbles near the new Oyster Wharf development. The shop will be open 7 days a week, the opening hours are Monday to Saturday 9 until 5, Sunday 10 until 4.

We are hoping that this shop will be as successful in raising funds as our Brynmill shop has been over the past 9 years. It has been a life saver for many cats in the Swansea and Neath area. Without the funds raised by the shop we just wouldn’t have had the money to pay the vet bills.

At present we have a few cats with health problems which are proving expensive to treat.

Zain – a friendly ginger boy of 11 years who has been diagnosed as diabetic so needs on-going medication of insulin.

Charlie – another friendly boy of around 3 years who is undergoing tests for anaemia, is due to have an ultrasound test and X-rays.

Jemima – a very sweet ginger and white female, 8 years old who had thyroid problems but has now had her thyroid gland removed.

Leo – a friendly chap of around 8 years old who was emaciated when he came into us as a result of straying long term, he is now putting on weight but he is due for a heart scan at the time of going to press.

Ed – a young male of 18 months who was in a road traffic accident. His owner could not afford treatment so he has been signed over to us. He may have to have a leg amputated or a course of physiotherapy, which might save his leg. Both options are costly.

So please come and support our new venture in Mumbles in any way you can by: Donating good quality goods for us to sell – purchasing goods from the shop – or even volunteering for a few hours a week.

Please get in touch by any of the following methods:

Helpline: 0345 260 2101 (Mon to Sat)

Email: swanseacats@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.cats.org.uk/swansea

Facebook: www.facebook.com/swanseacatsprotection

Twitter: www.twitter.com/swanseacats

 

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