Cats Protection Inverurie
Appeal after cat homes hit bursting point
Cats Protection


Tabby cat

THERE are cats galore in the feline homes of Ely at the moment.

The Ely and District branch of Cats Protection has appealed for cat-lovers with a good home to come forward as their seven catteries in the area are full to bursting point.

Debbi-Jayne Challenger, from the charity's local branch, said: "We have never been as busy as we are now and we would love to hear from people who may be able to offer a nice home to one or maybe even two of our cats.

"We have some beautiful cats in at the moment and several pairs who must remain together - for example two white kittens, one of which is deaf and will need a special, indoor home."

She said the cat foster homes where the homeless kitties are waiting in limbo could not take many more animals and said the charity was expecting to re-home more than the 260 it dealt with last year.

To find out more about offering a cat a home in Ely, contact Terri on (01353) 863378 or visit their website.
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If you live elsewhere in the country and wish to offer a good home to a cat or kitten please visit the CP website to find out your nearest branch

28 October 2004