Bradford RSPCA branch seeks homes for kittens dumped on doorstep (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)
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Bradford RSPCA branch seeks homes for kittens dumped on doorstep
9:00am Tuesday 10th September 2013 in News
Bradford’s RSPCA branch manager is urging cat owners to have their pets neutered after four kittens were dumped on the doorstep of its animal centre.
Terry Singh was just leaving work when he spotted the cat bed outside the Mount Street branch. Instead of being safely contained, the kittens were able to wander around the branch forecourt and close to the road.
“It was absolutely disgusting that somebody could not have handed these cats in and decided to leave them loose,” he said.
The kittens, christened Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe have since been assessed and will soon be moving into the branch’s cattery ready for adoption. They are believed to be eight weeks old.
Mr Singh stressed the importance of having cats neutered to prevent over-population.
Anyone who is interested in giving the kittens a new home or to find out more about speying and neutering cats should call the branch on (01274) 723063.