Victoria will be very amused to find a home
Sixty cats, all with regal names, have been photographed for a right royal Jubilee rehoming drive organised by city RSPCA volunteers.
To represent each year of the Queen’s reign the charity has chosen one cat or kitten in need of an adopter.
There are old cats, young cats, kittens and cats of every colour, size and shape.
Each one has been abandoned, negelcted or picked up as a stray and needs a loving, stable home.
Their pictures appear on the RSPCA website www.mkrspca.org.uk. The adoption fee is £55 but covers vaccinations and neutering if the cat is old enough.
To visit a cat call MK 611179.
Source: Milton Keynes Citizen
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