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Rehoming update ...

Rehoming has been very successful over the past few months. We are almost up to the magical number of 100! since January 2014.

Recent inmates:

Two weeks ago a member of the public found a box on a layby at the side of a very busy ‘A’ road in Shropshire. Inside the box were 4 kittens and 2 young adults ages range from 9 weeks to10 months. The box was taped up and the animals were stuffed inside.

All are now safely in the care of RSPCA Shropshire Branch and are doing well. 3 of them have already been rehomed.

14 week old kitten, Rufus was found scampering down a busy town road. No one came forward to claim him. If only he had been microchipped he could have been reunited with his owner. He has now been rehomed.

Alexis and her 4 kittens were found in a garden when the kittens were just days old. All 4 kittens have found new homes but Alexis is still waiting for her new owner to come along.

Domino was found on wasteland trying to give birth to a kitten. She was rushed to the vet and had to have a caesarean operation. Unfortunately 2 kittens were dead inside her. After much care and dedication by veterinary staff mother and the 3  surviving kittens flourished. 2 kittens have found their new home, the third is still available as is Domino.

Lillibet was found in a distressed state. Her fur was matted and she had a lump on her shoulder. The lump has been removed, she has been dematted and she looks stunning. She is so friendly she must have once belonged to someone. Unfortunately she was not microchipped. She will make someone a lovely pet.

These are just some of the lovely cats/kittens RSPCA Shropshire Branch has cared for this year. There are many more cats who have stories to tell. Why not take a look at those needing homes, maybe one is waiting for you!

 
 

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Rehoming update ...

Rehoming has been very successful over the past few months. We are almost up to the magical number of 100! since January 2014.

Recent inmates:

Two weeks ago a member of the public found a box on a layby at the side of a very busy ‘A’ road in Shropshire. Inside the box were 4 kittens and 2 young adults ages range from 9 weeks to10 months. The box was taped up and the animals were stuffed inside.

All are now safely in the care of RSPCA Shropshire Branch and are doing well. 3 of them have already been rehomed.

14 week old kitten, Rufus was found scampering down a busy town road. No one came forward to claim him. If only he had been microchipped he could have been reunited with his owner. He has now been rehomed.

Alexis and her 4 kittens were found in a garden when the kittens were just days old. All 4 kittens have found new homes but Alexis is still waiting for her new owner to come along.

Domino was found on wasteland trying to give birth to a kitten. She was rushed to the vet and had to have a caesarean operation. Unfortunately 2 kittens were dead inside her. After much care and dedication by veterinary staff mother and the 3  surviving kittens flourished. 2 kittens have found their new home, the third is still available as is Domino.

Lillibet was found in a distressed state. Her fur was matted and she had a lump on her shoulder. The lump has been removed, she has been dematted and she looks stunning. She is so friendly she must have once belonged to someone. Unfortunately she was not microchipped. She will make someone a lovely pet.

These are just some of the lovely cats/kittens RSPCA Shropshire Branch has cared for this year. There are many more cats who have stories to tell. Why not take a look at those needing homes, maybe one is waiting for you!

 
 
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