Abbey Cats got a call about a hoarding situation involving a number of cats and kittens.
Our volunteers arrived only to find out that the person had moved several of the cats and kittens in order to hide them from us and others.
We took a mum and 6 kittens who were there but we knew from photos there was a another kitten.
The next day, we managed to rescue the seventh kitten.
Our vet says the kittens are only 5 weeks old despite being told by the person they were 7 weeks old.
The mum and kittens are malnourished.
They will have to be on special vet supplied developmental food for months and will be treated for various minor health issues.
They are safe in a warm and loving foster home now and are being well looked after.
The mum’s name is now Leigan and her kittens are Duncan, Galloway, Amberdale, Nataal, Ranee, Shawne and Tanis.
WE NEED YOUR HELP PLEASE!!!
The food and medical bills for Leigan and her kittens will be ongoing for months.
If you would like to help us help them, please consider making a donation.
Because Abbey Cats is an entirely volunteer-based charity we rely exclusively on the generosity of like-minded animal lovers who believe that every cat has the right to a safe and loving permanent home.
We are not government funded.
Because ACA is based exclusively out of foster homes and has no overhead expenses,100 percent of every donation goes directly towards food and medical care for the animals.
No amount is too small to make a BIG difference! We thank you in advance for your generosity.