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Cat charity unveils plans for Chelmsford upgrade

cat protection It has unveiled plans for a “major upgrade” to its Chelmsford adoption centre, which will begin in February and end by the end of 2022.

The new centre will combine the experience of the charity’s network of 37 centres to provide an ‘upgraded’ service of excellence in cat care with ongoing assistance, emergency support and cat welfare County information.

The expansion of the existing adoption center and the new maternity building have been designed with cats, volunteers and staff in mind and provide a better visitor experience.

According to the charity, the upgraded site will add 10 new entry pens, bringing the facility to 50 pens, including 16 maternity and isolation pens. “Spacious” indoor fencing will provide controlled warmth as well as windows to the outdoors. Solar panels on the roof will help power the energy needed to power the pen.

Cats Protection also said volunteers and staff would benefit from improved work areas and larger storage spaces, while visitors would be able to take advantage of better accessibility knowing the cats were receiving “the best” care.

Guy Chadwick, Cats Protection Regional Centre Operations Manager, said: “This investment is part of our ongoing commitment to the centre’s future and will allow us to provide the best possible care for local cats and their owners.”

“We look forward to providing more opportunities for people from the local community to join our existing team of cat-loving volunteers and staff when we reopen later in 2022.”

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