Jamie ‘feline’ festive at Cats Protection’s Westminster reception
Jamie Stone joined Cats Protection at its annual Christmas parliamentary reception to celebrate the charity’s campaigning work.
Politicians were able to find out more about the charity’s award-winning Purrfect Landlords campaign, aimed at encouraging more landlords to allow tenants to own cats. They also learned about the charity’s work in calling for compulsory microchipping of cats and the licensing of air guns in England and Wales to prevent cats being the victims of shootings.
Cats Protection is the UK’s leading cat charity, helping around 200,000 cats every year through a network of over 250 voluntary-run branches and 36 centres.
Commenting Jamie said:
“It was brilliant to attend the Cats Protection reception and thank the organisation for all the work they do.
“I wish all those who work for and support Cats Protection a Merry Christmas, as does my own cat Hattie!”
To find out more about Cats Protection’s advocacy work, please visit www.cats.org.uk/speakingupforcats.