MARSDEN Ellen 'Eileen' Deryck would like to thank everyone for attending the funeral and for their kindness, floral tributes and generous donations for the Cats Protection League.
What does CPL stand for?
CPL stands for Cats Protection League
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- Carnegie Premier League (various locations)
- Carnegie Public Library (Ohio)
- Carolina Power & Light
- Carrefour des Pays Lorrains (French local development group)
- Carrollton Public Library (Carrolton, MO)
- Celje Pivovarna Lasko (Slovenian handball club)
- Cell Processing Laboratory (various organizations)
- Center for Plain Language
- Center for Process Learning
- Center for Productive Longevity
- Center for Progressive Leadership
- Center for Public Leadership
- Central Point of Lunate
- Central Power and Light
- Centrale Paysanne Luxembourgeoise (French: Luxemburg Farmers Union)
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The raffle raised a total of pounds 620 which has been shared between Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue and Cats Protection, the former Cats Protection League.
Patrick, an electrical engineer, had previously had the mum checked by the Cats Protection League after being unable to find it a home immediately.
Pawz for Thought, the RSPCA, the Cats Protection League and Dogs Trust set up a base at the Meadow Well Centre at the weekend, where around 300 pets were examined.
In Swansea, the local cats protection league has come up with what it thinks may be an answer to the problem.
Founded as the Cats Protection League in 1927, the charity adopted the name Cats Protection in 1998.
He also admitted breaking into the Cats Protection League charity shop next door earlier that evening and stealing jewellery and cash.
A I survey by the Cats Protection League found 90 per cent of single women thought men who like cats are nicer, more caring and sensitive than those who don't.