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Could you help spread the word on neutering?

IF you love cats and have some spare time or want to help, could you help us get more cats snipped and spayed?
We need someone to put up notices in community centres, libraries, noticeboards, shops etc - anywhere where people will see them. This vital role will help us reach as many owners as possible to help cut the number of unwanted kittens.
It is flexible as it can be done whenever you have free time.
We also would love to have more fosterers - please see full details below.
To find out more, please email Clare at coordinator@eltham.cats.org.uk

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