Search for owners of cat which survived for two months on scraps in Thetford Forest
An animal charity is looking for the owners of a cat which survived for two months eating leftovers from bins at a forest centre.
Breckland Cats Protection is looking after the animal - which has been named Forest - and was found at the High Lodge centre near Thetford.
He is very thin with many ticks on him and was very frightened when a volunteer fosterer managed to capture him.
Jackie Nunn, of the charity, said: 'He is a lovely friendly boy. We are hoping that someone is missing him and will claim him.'
Anyone who recognises Forest should contact 01842 810018.
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The Breckland Cats Protection will be in St Cuthbert's church hall at Thetford on Saturday July 30 from 9.30am-1.30pm where they will have cats and kittens as well as tombola and bric-a-brac stalls and crafts.
The charity is currently caring for 34 kittens and 17 adult cats all kept by volunteers.
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