TV star drops in at cattery as kittens find new homes
Eight delighted cats found new homes at Ashford Garden Cattery’s open day on Saturday.
More than 300 people attended the event, which was held as part of the 65th anniversary celebrations for the RSPCA.
TV presenter and Aldington resident Paul O’Grady, who is the Station Road branch’s president, dropped in for a cuddle with the centre’s cute kittens and to cut the birthday cake. He also tried his hand on the Milk the Cow game.
Centre manager Ian Jubb said: “It was a great day. Eight cats found new homes and we raised more than £1,400 for the branch.
“We want to say a massive thank you to everyone who came and to everyone who helped on the day.”
Three abandoned kittens who were found dumped in a
Lily Rose Jackson got to make a cat mask
The kittens dumped at Singleton Lakes which have been found new homes