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International Cat Day: Merseyside cats that need re-homing

8 AUG 2015

 

Help Us to Help Them

21 FEB 2016

 

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We are struggling at the moment with the ever increasing food bills. 
If your cat is fussy and won't eat those pouches you bought please don't throw the unopened pouches away.  We have many collection points for you to donate your unwanted food.

You can drop your donations to: 
Tesco - Church Street, Haydock, 
 or
Our charity shop - Junction lane, WA9
 

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Unfortunately Coco's family emigrated and she couldn't go with them so is now without a home. Not only is she a stunning cat but she's also very affectionate who just wants to be settled back into somewhere new. If you'd like to meet Coco or any other cats at the Kitten Karer centre, visit their website here.

 

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International Cat Day: Merseyside cats that need re-homing

28 May 2014

 

THESE two adorable kittens have been rescued after being callously dumped among bins and cardboard boxes.

They were discovered on Park Street, Haydock, on Wednesday, May 21.

The tabbies – brother and sister who have yet to be given names – were found by a passer by at around 11pm.

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AS more and more cats are dumped by heartless owners, a small animal charity is appealing for help to re-home these unwanted pets.

Jacqueline Day, from the charity Kitten Karers, based in Newton-le-Willows, said their latest cat was found in a terrible condition on Lambourne Grove in Parr.

She said: “The back end of it was bald and covered in scabs. I would say it’s just 

 

 

Kitten crew pleas for help 

3 Feb 2013

 

AS more and more cats are dumped by heartless owners, a small animal charity is appealing for help to re-home these unwanted pets.

Jacqueline Day, from the charity Kitten Karers, based in Newton-le-Willows, said their latest cat was found in a terrible condition on Lambourne Grove in Parr.

She said: “The back end of it was bald and covered in scabs. I would say it’s just 

 

 

Readers rush in to help stricken kitten 

28 Oct 2010

 

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