The Warrington Adoption Centre is bursting at the seams with many loving cats and kittens requiring homes but is having great difficulty as many prospective cat owners are away enjoying their summer holiday.
“As a result of unneutered cats breeding in the warmer weather we’re expecting many more kittens to be handed in to us before summer is over. We strongly urge cat owners to have their cats neutered to prevent so many unwanted kittens being born and also to have them microchipped so that we can reunite them with their owners if they become lost.”
To encourage more people to come along to the centre and to consider adopting a cat or kitten we will be holding our annual Summer Open Day on Saturday 27th August at the centre. This day will have lots of fun activities for all the family, games to play and prizes to win. We will also have our whole centre open to the public allowing visitors to access parts of the centre which are normally closed to the public.
Individuals can also assist the Warrington Adoption Centre both now and in the future by volunteering. Anna Saillet explained “We currently have a number of different volunteering opportunities available at the centre so there is something to suit most people. In particular we are currently developing a team of volunteers to help with trap, neuter and release work for feral cat colonies to help with minimising the number of feral cats in the area. Anyone interested in volunteering for us is encouraged to visit our website www.warrington.cats.org.uk for further information.”
For further information, please contact the Warrington Adoption Centre at 14 Elizabeth Drive, Padgate, WA1 4JQ or call 03000 120612.