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Nominations open for National Cat Awards 2020
Owners of the winning cats will be presented with their trophies at a day ceremony at the London Savoy on 6 August.

Charity celebrates stories of inspiring felines

UK charity Cats Protection has announced that cat owners can nominate their pets for the National Cat Awards 2020 starting today.

The awards take place annually, celebrating heart warming stories of the positive impact that cats have on their owners. This years categories include:

  • Hero Cat - cats that have saved the day
  • Most Caring Cat - cats that positively impact a person’s health or wellbeing
  • Furr-ever Friends - incredible friendships between cats and children
  • Outstanding Rescue Cat - special cats adopted from animal charities
  • Purina Better Together Award - celebrating the special bond that has transformed the lives of a cat and human.

Cat owners have until Thursday 12 March to submit their nominations through the Cats Protection website.

 

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Nominations open for National Cat Awards 2020

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 UK charity Cats Protection has announced that cat owners can nominate their pets for the National Cat Awards 2020 starting today.

The awards take place annually, celebrating heart warming stories of the positive impact that cats have on their owners. Cat owners have until Thursday 12 March to submit their nominations through the Cats Protection website. 

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