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Rehoming day could help ease charity's cat crisis
2:04pm Friday 4th October 2013 in News
AN animal rescue charity forced to stop taking in abandoned cats because it has so many in its care is holding a rehoming event.
The Worcester and Mid-Worcestershire branch of the RSPCA, which covers Droitwich Spa, is now full to capacity.
The branch currently uses a private cattery but is hoping to care for cats, dogs, rabbits and other rodents in a new home at Broomhall, near Worcester, should a further half a million pounds be raised.
People are now being invited to see the cats needing homes at a rehoming day at Teme Acre Cattery, Old Powick Bridge, St John's, Worcester, on Sunday, October 20. The event will run from noon to 3pm.
All cats have been neutered, fully vaccinated, identity-microchipped, wormed and flea treated. There is an adoption fee of £50 which goes towards the costs of such measures and treatments.
Some of the cats can be seen on the branch’s website at rspca-worcester.co.uk.
For more information about adopting a rescued cat or the cat rehoming day, call 01905 841354 or 01905 20822.
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