Cats Protection’s Stafford and District Branch has issued an appeal in response to a dramatic rise in the number of unwanted cats needing the charity’s help.
The branch is part of the charity’s nationwide network of 260 volunteer-run branches and 30 adoption centres, parts of which have experienced a sudden increase in the numbers of cats being brought in.
As a result, the charity has issued an urgent appeal asking people to consider adopting one of the kittens or older cats they have in care or make a donation to stop the situation getting any worse.
Simon Awbery the branches public relations officer said “We have a large number of beautiful kittens in our care which we need to find loving forever homes for. All kittens and cats leave our care fully vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and with 4 weeks pet plan insurance.”
Amongst the older cats desperately seeking homes include 6 month old Fizz, a black and white shy little boy who will take time to trust his new humans but will love them once he learns they will not hurt him.
Fizz has a sister called Hattie a white tortoiseshell, who like Fizz is a little shy but loves to play and is very friendly, also like Fizz she has a penchant for toast at breakfast.
There are also a large number of kittens between 12 to 16 weeks old who urgently need loving homes including 5 black and white kittens and 2 pure black kittens
If you would like to make a donation, or adopt a cat, please call Cats Protection’s Stafford and District Branch on 0845 2601509.
For further information, please contact Stafford and District Branch on 0845 2601509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org