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Plea made to find Nemo - and friends - new homes

Worcester Editorial 15th May, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

PEOPLE can offer a loving home to an abandoned feline at a cat re-homing day this weekend.

The RSPCA Worcester & Mid Worcestershire will hold the event at the Teme Acre Cattery, on Old Road in Lower Wick on Sunday (May 18) from 11.30am to 2pm.

The centre has currently got 19 cats which have been neutered, vaccinated and identity micro-chipped, and owner Paul Caswell said he was desperate see them all get a new home.

“We have got many cats with sorry backgrounds. For instance we’ve got one which was thrown in a river, one that was dumped in a local supermarket’s recycling bins and another left inside a house when the owner had moved out,” he said.

“We just want them all to have a good life and be well looked after. We have got ten waiting to come in, so that’s why we have held an open day to just get some support and get these cats moved on.

For more information call 01905 20822 or 01905 428506.


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