Abandoned kittens found in derelict caravan given new homes
- Credit: Archant
Kittens that were left uncared for and covered in fleas have gone to new families.
They were only five-weeks-old when they were found dumped in a rundown caravan by the River Great Ouse in July.
Cat's protection Downham Market Adoption Centre and a fosterer cared for them until they were old enough to be adopted and get them used to living in a domestic setting.
After returning to the centre, they were snapped up a week later by their new families.
The charity stressed the importance of its regular fundraising efforts.
Lindsay Tempest, Adoption Centre Manager, said: "Fundraising and events like our upcoming Barn Dance in Watlington are what allow us to look after cats like PK and the caravan kittens.
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"Without donations we simply can't help cats."
A charity barn dance will be held at Watlington village hall on Saturday, September 14 at 7pm. Tickets can be bought at the centre on 01366 382311 or in person.
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