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We’ve just picked up this young and bewildered puss left in the carrier in a lay by on the A46.
At least it wasn’t one of the ones left in plastic bags who can go unnoticed and hopefully are spotted before they expire. Worse still are the ones thrown into streams.
It amazes us all how people can do this to living things. I know there is not always spaces available at rescues to take them but at least the ones left at vets are more likely to survive.
We are finding it increasingly difficult to cope with the demand on our funds. In hard times the number of cats needing rehoming greatly increases and the rising costs of veterinary treatment all squeeze our funds.
It’s only the kindness of the many cat lovers and those who care about animal welfare that enable us to survive and continue to care for these cats that suffer through no fault of their making.