The RSPCA London South East branch is looking for homes for 13 cats which came in via the charity’s inspectors after being abandoned or neglected.

 

The cats include four that were recently found dumped in a community centre field in Dulwich.  The black cats, now named Sooty, Smokey, Lizzie and Millie, had been crammed into a cat carrier meant for just one cat and had been there for around two days.  They were soaking wet and cold.

 

Three other young cats which need new homes are litter mates Big Boy (pictured), Julie and Winnie.  They were all born to a stray cat which had been taken in by someone and are three months old, although Big Boy is true to his name and is big for his age.

 

Winnie was the smallest of the litter possibly because she was bullied by the other cats and stopped from eating. As a result she would be best as the only cat in a ho

me.

 

The cats are all friendly and will be fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.
The other cats needing homes are black and white cats Jacob, Jade, Jasmine and Jay, tabby and white Jess and Thomas who is white with dark patches.

 

Secretary of the London South East branch, David Mawson, said:  “Whilst people should not give pets as presents or take on new animals if they have made lots of seasonal plans, we realise that there plenty of people out there who are on their own at Christmas or have a very quiet time.

 

“So, if you are committed to giving an animal a loving home for the whole of its life, and could spend time helping a new pet to settle in over the festive period please get in touch – these lovely cats need your help.”

 
To find out how to rehome a cat from RSPCA London South East please email rspcalondonsoutheastbranch@gmail.com or call 07952 680522 between 9am and 6pm.

-ends-