Contact North Birmingham Cats Protection


Helpline
0345 260 1503


The best way to reach us is via the helpline number above (local call rate). During normal office hours the helpline is manned by a team who will be able to direct your call to the right person.

Alternatively, fill in the enquiry form below.
 
Address for postal donations and other correspondence:
North Birmingham Cats Protection
PO Box 17309
SUTTON COLDFIELD
B73 9BJ
 

Our region:
The North Birmingham branch covers the following Birmingham postcodes:

B6, 7, 8

B18, 19, 20, 21

B23, 24

B34, 35, 36

B42, 43, 44

B72, 73, 74, 75, 76


If you live outside this area please visit cats.org.uk/find-us to locate your nearest branch.
 
Neutering:
Neutering Vouchers can only be applied for through the Helpline on 0345 260 1503. For more information, click here.
 
Adoption:
Cat lovers wanting to adopt a cat from us but who live outside of our operating postcode areas can adopt but for cat welfare reasons must live within a radius of 20 miles AND please remember to firstly contact your local branch to organise your home visit prior to your enquiry.

If you contact us via the email address below seeking assistance, please provide the following information as relevant: is the cat neutered and vaccinated? The cat's gender, age and any vet history. In all cases we need a name, full address & postcode and a personal telephone number.
 
Email: info@northbirmingham.cats.org.uk
Telephone: 0345 2601 503

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