Black cats looking for new homes
A special event aimed at finding new homes for abandoned black cats were held last weekin Crawley. The local branch of Cats Protection finds it more difficult to find owners for black cats and organizes more events the upcoming weekend.
As it has become more difficult to find home for black cats, the Crawley branch of Cats Protection has decided to raise awareness of the problem in Chelwood Gate on the 6th November. A home was found for a black kitten the group has been caring for. But the only other success story on the day was two of the branch's kittens who are white and tabby being offered a home. The Crawley branch is currently looking after between 40 and 50 cats and kittens, about 25 of which are black. More than 700 people attended the recent awareness raiser and another homing event is taking place on Sunday, 20th November, at The Hawth between 11am and 3pm.
Anyone who is interested in offering a home to one of the group's cats should call 01293 226155.Text source: this is sussex; image source: statesofmind