Kittens from Crawley find new home
Kittens rescued from a building site in Old Horsham Road, Crawley, in July, have finally found new loving homes.
Benji, one of the five newborn kittens that were rescued by a group of workmen on a building site, has found a new home in Hexham Close, Worth. The little cat was last adoptee and got rehomed on an event on 24th July. Just to remind you, the cat named Bellway, had given birth to her litter in a nearby garage roof in July (read the full story here). All five kittens have now been found homes through the Cat's Protection.
A total of 16 cats found new homes at Cat's Protection's latest rehoming event held at the Horticultural Society Hall on Ifield Avenue, on Sunday, 11th September.
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