Community Cat Watch launched in Beeston 11am – 2pm every Monday from 4 June at Middle Street

A community project to track the number of stray cats living on the streets in Beeston is to be launched next week.

Cats Protection’s Beeston Cat Watch aims to record homeless cats living in Beeston to help improve their long-term welfare.

Residents, community groups and businesses can get involved by reporting unowned cats through a specially-developed mobile phone app and a variety of other ways.

Everyone is welcome to come and meet the Cats Protection team to find out more about the project or report a stray. Drop-in sessions will be held at Middle Street Resource Centre from 11am until 2pm every Monday from 4 June to 27 August.

Email, text or call: Report sightings of stray or unowned cats to Cats Protection’s Community Neutering Officer Amy Carlin by texting 07896 686 998 or by emailing Amy

see their Facebook page Beeston Cat Watch