Record number of abandoned kittens
The RSPCA Derby animal shelter has run out of free space and is unable to accept more animals. There are currently 40 kittens and nine puppies at the RSPCA shelter on Abbey Street and the employees say this year has been their busiest ever.
The RSPCA employees have always put a big emphasis on the importance of having the animals neutered. Although the organization launched a neutrising campaign earlier this year, the record number of abandoned kittens and puppies has been registered, according to BBC News
The shelter has brought in temporary plastic crates to house the animals and is also using several foster owners. The RSPCA is appealing for people to donate pet foot.
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