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Found in a field

Elliott was just six weeks old when he was found in a field, cold and alone, by a member of the public. The family did what they could for this tiny, filthy, black-and-white kitten.

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Black cat first in, first out

Beautiful Misty was the first cat this year to come into the care of CP’s North Birmingham Branch. She was also the first of the branch’s cats to be rehomed in 2013, thanks to the efforts of volunteers.

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Hotel kitten's happy home

Last autumn, we told you about a litter of eight kittens and their mother rescued from a hotel roof space by CP’s Fareham & Waterlooville Districts Branch.

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Holdall kittens rehomed

Do you remember the story we posted last October about the holdall kittens abandoned near Cats Protection’s National Cat Centre in East Sussex? We're pleased to tell you that we've found loving new homes for all three cats.

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Sammy shakes off sad past

Sammy was found stuck in railings in Gosport, Hampshire. The poor kitten had burnt paws, singed whiskers and was covered in fleas. Gosport Branch Co-ordinator Chris Scott-Reid took Sammy in and ensured he was seen promptly by a vet.

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Council tip to country life

Pitifully thin and grubby, Duke was found wandering around a council rubbish dump in autumn 2011. A veterinary check revealed there was nothing seriously wrong with him; his hard lifestyle had simply taken its toll.

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Flooded-out Felix seeks home comforts

Our Exeter Axhayes Adoption Centre is searching for a new owner for a cat that lost his foster home in a flood. Felix, who has been in the centre’s care for a year, was until recently enjoying home life with Fosterer Diane.

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Factory cat clocks off for good

Sometimes one of our branches is preparing to take a cat into care when someone steps in to rehome them. That’s just what happened with Mya (now Katya), the Glasgow factory cat.

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Littermates saved from landfill

Our Ipswich Branch is looking after Scrappy, Dusty and Rusty; a litter of five-week-old kittens saved by workers at a landfill site on 6 November.

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National Cat Adoption Centre helps dumped kittens

Staff at Cats Protection’s National Cat Adoption Centre are caring for three kittens left for dead nearby, after the five-month-old cats were discovered by walkers earlier this month.

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