Cat homing road show could ease city RSPCA crisis


The RSPCA has launched a £10 neutering offer in a last-ditch bid to ease the city’s cat crisis over future months.

The charity has spent all this year juggling with unprecedented numbers of homeless and unwanted cats and kittens from all over MK.

On Sunday it is also holding another local Rehoming Road Show - the third already this summer - to create more much-needed space for rescue cats.

Some, like these pretty part-Siamese kittens, face an uncertain future because they were so sick by the time the RSPCA found them.

Aged around 13 weeks, they had severe cat flu. Though recovering, they could be left with weaknesses and need understanding owners .

Other cats are less lucky and have to be turned away because all the city RSPCA pen spaces and foster homes are currently full to bursting.

The charity is appealing for people to come along Sunday’s rehoming day near Newport Pagnell to view cats and kittens needing homes.

The event runs between 12 noon and 3pm at Fido and Felix at Black Horse Bridge, Wolverton Road, MK14 5AL.

Meanwhile to apply for a £10 neutering voucher call MK 611170 or 07928 596182 before the end of September.