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Oil-soaked kitten rescued from gang

Our Wear Valley & Darlington Branch is looking after a kitten rescued from a gang of teenagers who tried to drown him in engine oil.

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Great escape for prison kittens

Our Bridgend Adoption Centre in South Wales is caring for a mother cat and kittens that were found at a nearby prison. A prison worker had arrived at HMP Parc to find the cat and her six-strong brood nestled in a truck in the yard.

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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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Branch tends plant pot kittens

A Cats Protection branch has homed four kittens found nestled in a plant pot. Our Stoke & Newcastle Branch was called out to a rented house in early September – the tenants had been feeding a stray cat then discovered her litter in their yard.

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Bus cat to beloved pet

Looking at Baggypuss today, you wouldn’t guess at his past life as a starving stray, pushed away by people in a bus queue as he searched for scraps.

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Lucky escape for car kitten

The black-and-white cat, dubbed Shell by Bridgend Adoption Centre staff, was discovered by local resident Caroline Roberts earlier in September, after she heard meowing. Caroline had searched her area trying to track down the source of the noise without success.

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Fresh start for dumped forest felines

A cat and her three kittens abandoned in a forest have been given a second chance at life, thanks to Cats Protection. Mother cat Lucy and her three eight-day-old kittens were tied up in a bin bag and dumped in a wood.

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New homes for hotel kittens

Cats Protection has found new homes for some unwanted hotel guests – a mother cat and her eight kittens. The charity’s Fareham & Waterlooville Districts Branch in Hampshire, England, was called out to a hotel in July to catch the stray cat and her kittens, who were living in the eaves.

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Posh pad for fortunate ferals

“It all started with a phone call asking if we would be able to acquire two outdoor cats or kittens for a house with a two-acre garden on the outskirts of Slough,” said Ray Janes, volunteer field worker for Maidenhead, Slough & District Branch.

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