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Urgent appeal for new homes for cats
5:00pm Sunday 29th September 2013 in News
CHARITY bosses at the Cats Protection are urgently seeking as many homes as possible for its residents in Warrington prior to the centre’s move to new premises in Padgate.
The cause is offering a free welcome home pack to encourage those thinking about getting a cat to visit the centre off Slutchers Lane so as to avoid having to transfer all 62 cats it currently has in its care.
North west manager Sonia Scowcroft said: “We can’t wait to move to our lovely new premises which will be bigger, brighter and much more comfortable for everyone.
“However, the process of moving is quite stressful for cats so we’d like to rehome as many as we can before then.”
The new purpose-built centre on Queen Elizabeth Drive, Padgate, is set to open in November and hopes to increase the rate of rehoming by 65 per cent during a time when the number of unwanted cats has hit an all-time high.
The charity is also looking for more volunteers and foster homes.
For more details call 03000 120612.
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