TOMMY AND GRACE - HOMELESS KITTENS SEEK RURAL HOME
PRESS RELEASE - For Immediate release
Rain Rescue are appealing for rural homes, farmers and equestrian centres to get in touch to help them find loving homes for feral cats in their care.
The South Yorkshire based animal rescue charity is appealing to the public to help them find homes for two six month old sibling kittens Tommy and Grace.
Lauren Sanderson, Deputy Manager says ”The majority of cats who come into our care do so because they’ve been found homeless on the streets, often they are the result of abandonment, but here at Rain we also help cats and kittens who have been born on the streets and have never known human contact. It’s these cats who we really need the public’s help with to find suitable homes for.
Tommy and Grace are just 6 months old and will make great farm or stable cats. They won’t want for much just some food, water, shelter from the cold and someone to watch over their general welfare. They’re already vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and ready to go.”
Rain Rescue are able to help those living in the Rotherham area struggling with the costs of neutering and say that neutering is the onlt solution to stop cats and kittens like Tommy and Grace being born on the streets as well as promoting a healthier longer life. Similar schemes are available in other South Yorkshire towns through charities RSPCA and Cats Protection.
Rain Rescue receive no government or lottery funding and therefore rely solely on the generosity of the public to continue their vital work saving the lives of dogs and cats in South Yorkshire. You can donate by texting ‘MEOW22 £1/2/5/10’ to 70070 or by sending cash or cheques to ‘Rain Rescue’ Summerfield Lodge, Moat Lane, Rotherham, S66 1DZ. Further information about adopting and reduced cost neutering can be accessed by emailing email@example.com or calling 07725888207.
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For further information about this press release : Lauren Sanderson firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about rehoming or neutering: email@example.com