Boy and Giles are among the nine cats at Chesterfield RSPCA animal care centre that are looking for new homes.

Nine rescue cats at Chesterfield RSPCA centre that are hunting for a home right now

Could you find room in your heart and home to adopt a rescue cat?

Tuesday, 14th September 2021, 8:32 am

Nine felines at Chesterfield’s RSPCA animal care centre are looking for fur-ever homes.

Some have been rescued from terrible conditions where they have had little or no human contact and need a caring new owner who can build their trust and make them feel safe.

Steph McCawley, supporter engagement officer, said: 'We are currently prioritising cats that are coming directly from the RSPCA inspectors who are attending welfare cases which is where many of our cats are coming from at the moment.

"Some are from multi-cat households where the owner has had no choice but to give up some of their cats due to varied reasons. Some are also stray cats who have been reported in the north Derbyshire area and because they have not been microchipped we are unable to locate their owner to reunite them. “We ask that if anyone is thinking of rehoming their cat to give us a call and we will do our very best to help and possibly add them to our waiting list, however we are not able to guarantee how quick we will be able to help due to the high demand we are currently receiving.”

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