Feral kittens seek new home
ANIMAL lovers are being urged to come forward and provide homes for six feral kittens that are currently being fostered in WGC. The all-female litter of four gingers, one tabby and one tortoiseshell, are presently being looked after by
ANIMAL lovers are being urged to come forward and provide homes for six feral kittens that are currently being fostered in WGC.
The all-female litter of four gingers, one tabby and one tortoiseshell, are presently being looked after by Yvonne Robson, a veterinary nurse who lives in Parkway.
They were rescued by the RSPCA in Tottenham and have been placed temporarily with Yvonne until they can be re-homed.
The 51-year-old told the WHT how the litter was discovered.
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She said: "Somebody rang the RSPCA and said that there was a cat with kittens in their garden.
"The RSPCA went and collected them all but, because the mummy cat was quite settled in the area, she has been neutered and put back into the wild."
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Yvonne, who works as a nurse at The Village Veterinary Surgery, in Hatfield Garden Village, said potential new owners could take one, two, three or as many of the cats away with them as they liked.
"They would make great pets for somebody," she smiled.
Yvonne confirmed that all of the kittens have been vaccinated, wormed and micro-chipped, before adding: "They are used to dogs, but they are not suitable for living in flats."
If you are interested in offering any of these kittens a home, call Karen Gray at the RSPCA on 07876 753228.