Adorable kittens in desperate need of forever homes
PUBLISHED: 14:14 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:14 12 October 2017
Danny Loo Photography 2017
A cat fosterer is desperate for people to take on kittens in her care so that she can help other felines on the streets.
Sam Griffin, 50, of South Mimms, has been fostering animals for the charity Animal Aid and Advice for 20 months.
During September and October the charity has been inundated with stray, sick and unwanted kittens and has had to resort to keeping kittens at veterinary practices because fosters do not have enough room for more in their homes.
Sam said: “We urgently need forever, loving homes for these kittens so that we can take in the needy ones who are waiting.
“The vet bills are costing the charity a fortune.
“It’s been so busy this year for kittens we haven’t seen anything like it for years.”
The kittens pictured are sisters who are currently living with Sam but are now in need of forever homes.
Sam added: “They are about 12 weeks old, extremely friendly and playful and very striking.
“They are great with other cats and lovely with children.
“They have been vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and micro chipped and will be neutered when old enough.”
The charity asks for a donation of £80 when rehoming a kitten or cat.
Sam said: “We would also like to urge people to get their cats neutered to help prevent litters of kittens becoming stray or unwanted.”
If anyone can give one or more kittens a home contact Sam on firstname.lastname@example.org
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