Tuesday, 9 January 2018

National Cat Awards 2018: Nominate your marvellous moggy now!

Now in its tenth year, Cats Protection’s prestigious National Cat Awards celebrate the difference cats make to their owners’ lives, highlighting heart-warming stories of devotion, companionship and courage.

“Has your cat saved lives? Turned your life around? If so Cats Protection wants to hear about it,” said Holby City and Strictly star Chizzy Akudolu. “As a cat owner myself, and having attended last year’s awards, I’ve seen first-hand what a tremendous difference they can make to people’s lives. So get nominating as this is their time to shine.”

Celebrity cat lover Chizzy Akudolu. Credit: Meet the Masons Photography
Owners have until noon on Friday 9 March to nominate their cat for one of five categories:
  • Hero Cat – Cats that save the day
  • Most Caring Cat – Cats that positively impact a person’s health or wellbeing
  • Furr-ever Friends – Tales of friendship between children and cats
  • Outstanding Rescue Cat – Fabulous felines adopted from animal charities
  • Purina® Better Together – Celebrating the special bond that has transformed and enriched the lives of both a feline and human
Winners and celebrity guests at the 2017 National Cat Awards 
Once the nominations are in, a panel of celebrity cat-lovers has the hard job of selecting the deserving winners of each category as well as the overall winner of National Cat of the Year. The awards will then be given out at a star-studded ceremony, sponsored by PURINA® for the seventh year, which will be held at the Savoy Hotel in London on Thursday 2 August.

The 2017 event was a fantastic celebration of loyalty and bravery in the cat world and we hope that many more inspiring stories will be showcased this year.

 National Cat of the Year 2017 Genie and her owner Evie. Credit: Fabio De Paola - PA Wire
The winner of National Cat of the Year will follow in the paw prints of Genie, a cat from Lincoln who helped 12-year-old Evie Henderson battle bone cancer, Tink who saved her owners from a house fire, and Jessi-Cat who was celebrated for helping a seven-year-old boy cope with Selective Mutism.

To nominate your cat visit www.cats.org.uk/national-cat-awards. For further information about the awards email nationalcatawards@cats.org.uk or phone 03000 12 12 12.

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