Have you been thinking of adopting a feline friend? There are lots of older cats in Ely who ‘desperately need good homes’

PUBLISHED: 06:30 07 February 2017

'Friendly and affectionate' Cleo came into the branch's care when her elderly owners were unable to look after her anymore.

'Friendly and affectionate' Cleo came into the branch's care when her elderly owners were unable to look after her anymore.

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The Ely and District branch of Cats Protection has a number of older cats who “desperately need good homes.

“Have you been thinking of adopting a feline friend, then why not consider an older cat who is ready to love you?” said Rachel Edwards, of the branch.

“There are many advantages to re-homing the more mature cat; you will find their personality is already developed so you will know if they are a good fit for you and your life.

“They are likely to be house-trained, knowing what furniture not to scratch and what the litter tray is for and not to climb up your curtains.

If you are interested in re-homing any of the cats, contact Linda Hutchinson, Ely and District branch co-ordinator on 01353 699430.

For more information visit www.ely.cats.org.uk


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