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Opening Times

Our adoption centre opening times are:                             Weds 10am - 4pm        Thurs 10am - 4pm Friday 10am - 7pm               Sat 10am - 4pm                 Sun 10am - 4pm                     Closed Mondays Closed Tuesdays

Shop Online?

Click the arrow below to find out how to donate to us while you shop normally without you having to give a penny!

Rented Accommodation?

If you are in rented accommodation then please bring a copy of your agreement with you so we know you are allowed to have pets, this will speed up the adoption process greatly.

Cat Re-homing with us

We ask that you phone on a daily basis to see if we have a cat pen available.

Adoption Information

Please bring proof of address with you (and if necessary a letter of consent from your landlord) if you wish to adopt from CP.

If you live on the mainland please come and visit the centre before you choose your cat. A visit will then be carried out by your local CP.




Centre Location

Our address is 122 Marlborough Road, Ryde, PO33 1AW. Click the arrow to be taken to a Google Map.

Paper Collars

Please do not worry if you cat comes home with a paper collar with your local Cats Protection phone number on. Especially during the hot summer months, we have lots of enquiries about ‘stray’ cats that have not been seen before in the area. To save moving the cat out of possibly its home territory, it has proved a great success to paper collar the cat, so the owner can contact us and we can advise the concerned party that all is well and the cat has an owner.