Our Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre, near Colwyn Bay in North Wales, is urgently seeking new homes for its large cat population.
The animal centre's cattery is now full, with many other cats in private boarding establishments.
This situation is due primarily to the large numbers of unwanted and abandoned cats that have been brought to the centre by RSPCA officers.
Whiskey and his siblings (pictured above) are just some of the moggies looking for new homes. They are looking for their forever home after having been removed from a multi-cat household.
Can you offer a rescue cat a loving new home?
Becky Lloyd, manager RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen said:
We have an abundance of beautiful cats in Bryn-y-Maen and we are eager to hear from any potential new owners who are able to offer a loving home.
These cats simply need care and love and I know there are plenty of people out there longing to share their homes and hearts with these delightful creatures.
If you’d like to rehome a cat from Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre, please:
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