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ProtectaPet receives the King’s Award for Enterprise

An international Newcastle-under-Lyme-based firm which helps protect domestic cats from danger has been honoured with a King’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category.

ProtectaPet, founded in 2014 by Eve and Simon Davies, offers world-class and revolutionary preventative cat care which enables cats to access a safe, outdoor territory and cat owners to experience total peace of mind.

ProtectaPet have designed in excess of fifty cat-fencing products and have a portfolio of patents and unique designs. Their modular cat fencing solutions are customisable to each customer’s garden layout, with both DIY product and professional installation options available. Many of their products are Made in Britain and exported globally.

Following the announcement, a representative of ProtectaPet has been invited to a Royal reception at Buckingham Palace in June. Later this year, the award – symbolised by a Cumbrian Crystal trophy – will be presented to ProtectaPet by a Lord-Lieutenant.

Eve Davies, Co-Founder and Director said:

 “We are honoured and delighted to receive The King’s Award for Enterprise – an internationally recognised endorsement for our products. At ProtectaPet, we have all worked so hard to advance attitudes to cat companionship and educate our audience on the proven benefits of controlled cat territories. ProtectaPet is a result of many great minds coming together to revolutionise care for cats and I’d like to take the opportunity to thank all the early adopters of our cat fencing solutions and those who have promoted us on this journey from vets, charities, universities and owners. In the UK alone, we have kept more than 30,000 cats safe. Now, we can look forward to extending the benefits of our solutions to many more cats and owners around the world.”

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