TV star drops in at cat­tery as kit­tens find new homes

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Cats And Camshafts -

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

Pic­ture: Paul Amos FM2681215

Lily Rose Jack­son got to make a cat mask

The kit­tens dumped at Sin­gle­ton Lakes which have been found new homes

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