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Rescued cats in need of homes in Kidderminster
7:00am Thursday 17th October 2013 in News
A GROUP of animal welfare workers in Kidderminster are appealing for both permanent and foster homes for cats in their care.
The unnamed group say they are in “desperate” need of homes for the cats, some of which have suffered serious neglect.
Coll Mealing, a member of the group, said: “We have all either run or worked for animal welfare organisations over the last 25 years and although we are not a formal charity, we are finding ourselves increasingly in demand due to the over-breeding of cats and the increase in neglect and cruelty in the area.
“We are in desperate need of homes for a variety of cats in our care some of which were taken from a house with more than 100 cats.
“Two of the cats, who will need to be homed together, suffered such neglect that they will need to be kept as indoor cats.
“We also have a cat who was found abandoned who had been shot in the face with an air gun, he is now recovered and seeking a loving new home.”
Anyone who can offer a permanent or foster home or wants advice about neutering can call 01299 825624, 07747 608813 or 01299 404578.
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