Kittens rescued from wheelie bin
6:00am Saturday 7th September 2013 in News
THESE tiny kittens would melt the hardest heart — but the furry siblings started life living in a wheelie bin after their pregnant mum was left behind when her owners moved house.
They were rescued from a wheelie bin in Morris Green and taken in by volunteers from Bolton and Bury Cat Rescue.
Chedia Hoolickin, the charity’s chairman, believes the situation could have been avoided if the mother had been neutered.
She said: “Each year cat rescues across the county are at breaking point due to the number of abandoned female cats and their kittens demanding care, especially during the summer months.
“There is never a shortage of kittens and we need cat owners to take the responsible step of neutering their cats.”
Comments are closed on this article.