A charity which rescues and re-homes hundreds of animals every year is in need of homes for dozens of cats in its care.
Animals In Need in Little Irchester takes in animals on a daily basis and is always working to find new homes for them as soon as possible.
Despite re-homing five dogs as well as several cats and rabbits last week, the charity still has 38 cats in its care and is appealing for help to re-home them.
Annie Marriott from the charity said: “We have 38 cats currently in our cattery waiting for wonderful new forever families.
“They come in to us for various reasons, with people being too ill to care for them, people moving into rented accommodation where they cannot take pets and sadly when people pass away.
“All our cats leave us neutered, fully vaccinated, chipped, worm and flea treated with four weeks’ free insurance and rescue back-up for life.
“Home visits are carried out and a donation required.
“Saturday is our cat rehoming day so please pop in and chat to our cat co-ordinator Sally to find out which feline may be a suitable addition to your family.”
The re-homing event is taking place from midday until 3pm on Saturday (May 27) at Animals In Need, which is based at Pine Tree Farm in London Road, Little Irchester.
There will be lots of cats of different ages for people to meet and refreshments will be available from the vegan cafe.
Animals In Need was set up in 1990 and is a voluntary organisation dedicated to rescuing sick, injured, trapped and distressed wild and domestic animals.
It provides veterinary treatment where necessary, and cares for and rehabilitates animals until they can be released or re-homed.
For more information about Animals In Need and its work, click here
For further details about Saturday’s re-homing day, call 01933 278080.