Sixteen neglected cats saved from rubbish-strewn north Kent house
The cats were forced to
live in a cramped house full of rubbish
Staring at the camera in a vile rubbish-strewn room, these
neglected cats are a picture of sadness.
The 16 animals were rescued from a cramped north Kent house
resembling a dump rather than a home.
The vulnerable cats are now being cared for by the RSPCA while
inspectors investigate their previous owner.
But the RSPCA are searching for loving new homes for the
The cats have never been outside, so will need to live indoors
while they slowly gain confidence.
Sadly, they all carry the cat flu virus - so although none of
them have flu at the moment, it could recur if they are
This would make them infectious to other cats, so they need to
be the only cat in the house.
RSPCA Inspector Becky Timberlake said: "Some of these cats are
timid at first, but then become more friendly.
"Others like being picked up for a cuddle and a fuss. They have
all had a really difficult start in life, so if someone wants to do
something amazing and adopt a cat that really needs their help,
then these are the cats for sure."
Some of the cats are looking for homes on their own - others can
go as pairs or in threes.
The RSPCA refused to reveal the location of the house during its
Anyone who would like to offer a home to one of the cats can
ring the RSPCA on 01732 849352.
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