Kitten season is truly upon us.
An increase in unneutered cats has sadly seen a more significant number of unwanted litters, combined with kittens purchased during lockdown with families now no longer being able to care for them, leaving us with a real CATASTROPHE!
On top of the increase in cat and kitten intake, due to the cost of living crisis rehoming has slowed down, leaving us in a position where we have more cats in need coming in faster than what we can find homes for.
It is heartbreaking to see so many unwanted cats and kittens currently, but CDCH will continue to do everything we can to take in as many as we can from some of these situations and help find them all the perfect home.
CDCH had a visit from BBC Radio Gloucester who came to see for themselves how the increase in cats and Kitten has impacted the centre.
You can listen here BBC Radio Gloucestershire breakfast – With David Smith (28/09/2023) – BBC Sounds
We urgently need your help to cover the costs involved in getting these kittens and cats neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and available for adoption.
In turn, your donation will not only help one cat be rehomed but also give the opportunity for CDCH to welcome another cat or group of kittens into a warm safe place with a comfy bed, nutritious food, and treats. Before neutering and vaccinations and again finding them the perfect family.
£10 will pay to microchip 4 cats!
£20 will pay towards Vaccinations!
£30 will pay for a cat’s initial vet visit!
£90 could neuter a cat! (This is average between males and females)
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