CITY cat lovers are being sought to provide a purr-fect home for feline friends at the RSPCA’s Worcester and Mid Worcestershire branch.
The popular branch is holding a cat re-homing day on Saturday (June 13) at the Teme Acre Cattery, Old Road, Old Powick Bridge, St John’s between 11.30am and 2.30pm.
The branch has more than 30 cats in their care, with lots more waiting to come in meaning the charity cannot take in any new cats until some have been re-homed.
Many of the cats have been at the home for a while after being rescued from less desirable backgrounds which has left them nervous or timid.
Cats of all ages will be on offer from youngsters looking for their forever homes and some older cats, looking for their retirement homes.
All of the felines are vet checked, neutered or spayed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed and deflead before going to their new homes.
A home visit is done before cats go to their new home and an adoption fee is payable which goes towards the veterinary costs.
Six weeks free pet insurance is included.
Visit www.rspca-worcester.co.uk or call 01905 841354 or 01886 822083 for more information.