Abandoned cat in Redruth reunited with kittens after cute pair dumped on doorstep in box (From Falmouth Packet)
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Abandoned cat in Redruth reunited with kittens after cute pair dumped on doorstep in box
12:30pm Friday 27th September 2013 in News
Two kittens have been dumped on the same doorstep where a blood covered cat was left tied tightly in a plastic bag earlier this week.
They were left in a cardboard box outside the home of Lynda Nicholas in Clairmont Road, Redruth and are believed to be the young of the original cat abandoned on Sunday.
The cat, which was found covered in blood and her own excrement, appeared to have very recently given birth but at that time there was no sign of the kittens.
They have been now been reunited, however, after the cat – which has been named Autumn – was taken to see the kittens by Sue Clinton, who has been looking after Autumn at her rescue centre in St Day.
Writing on her Facebook page, Sue said: “She took to them straight away, licking them etc. They perked up once she arrived. They are absolutely covered in dirt and fleas and very pot-bellied.”
Both the mother and the kittens are now back at the rescue centre, until they can be fostered by Lynda.
Sue added that the person who left the kittens rang Lynda’s doorbell and was seen walking down the road.
Anyone with information about either incident can call Lynda on 07581 264981.
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