Welwyn Garden City kittens found in skip need your help!

PUBLISHED: 15:29 22 August 2019 | UPDATED: 09:18 23 August 2019

The cat Skippy with her kittens. Picture: Cats Protection’s Welwyn and Hatfield Branch.

The cat Skippy with her kittens. Picture: Cats Protection’s Welwyn and Hatfield Branch.

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A charity that found kittens in a Welwyn Garden City skip needs help covering the medical expenses.

Cats Protection's Welwyn and Hatfield Branch rescued the five one-day-old kittens on August 2, after they were spotted in the skip just minutes before it was due to be collected.

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Once in Cats Protection's care, the kittens were given care in a foster home but one kitten, who was struggling to feed properly, died at just 10 days old.

Carolyne Smith, branch coordinator at the charity said: "Now at around two weeks old, the remaining four kittens and Skippy, who's thought to be only a year old herself, are on the road to recovery.

"The total cost of their treatment, medication and after care has so far cost more than £250. Anything people can donate to help cover this cost will be hugely appreciated and will go a long way to helping."

If you want to donate go to the branch's website at: cats.org.uk/donate.


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