Cats Protection charity to hold annual re-homing day in Soham this weekend
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The Ely & District branch of Cats Protection are holding their annual homing day in Soham this Saturday (October 19).
Rachel Edwards, of the charity, said: "If you are looking to adopt a cat then come and meet some of the gorgeous cats we currently have in our care.
"Come and find us at- Methodist Church Hall, Berrycroft, off Pratt Street, Soham. CB7 5BL.
"We will be there from 11am to 1pm. We will also have Christmas cards and calendars etc to sell. Have a cup of tea with us and chat cat.
"Also, did you know it is National Black Cat Day on Sunday October 27?
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"Come and meet some of the beautiful black and black/white cats we currently have in our care who are looking for loving forever homes."
For more information visit www.ely.cats.org.uk or search Cats Protection - Ely and District Branch on Facebook.
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