The RSPCA is looking to find homes for nine cats who were rescued from a multi-animal home where there were more than 70 cats.
Aberama, Tobias, Grace, Esme, May, Arthur, Ada, Michael and Alice were all rescued from South London and are now looking to find their forever homes. The nine cats are being cared for by RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre in Surrey and are looking to find their second chance at happiness.
Emma Dempsey, Animal Care Assistant at RSPCA South Godstone, said: “This playful group of cats are looking to find a new home where they can get the attention and love they deserve. Unfortunately, living in a multi-cat household on this scale means that they have not had the attention they needed previously so are now hoping to be spoilt.
“This is why it’s so important to neuter your pets to avoid unexpected litters of kittens and avoid overbreeding, which in this case had become out of control.”
The RSPCA advises owners to neuter their cats from four-moths old before they can become pregnant. The UK is facing a cat overpopulation crisis and the RSPCA and other cat, and vet organisations believe neutering from an earlier age will help to tackle the issue and will mean less homeless cats in the future.
Most of the nine cats would prefer to be rehomed in pairs, May and Esme together, Tobias and Grace, Arthur and Ada and Michael and Alice.
Aberama could be rehomed on his own as he doesn’t appear to have a strong bond with the other cats. All the cats are black or black and white and around one to two-years old.
If you think you can give any of these cats a loving home, you can contact RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre on 0300 123 0741.