More Stray Kittens
Four kittens who had been born in a garden to a stray mother were brought into the care of the charity today.
The mother cat was taken straight for neutering, whilst her kittens are now safe, warm and fed with a CatCuddles fosterer.
The finder of this family suggested that this is the mother cats' second litter; her first perished. This is sadly not uncommon among unneutered female strays - their life is a succession of pregnancies, a constant struggle to keep their offspring safe from hunger, cold, foxes and the busy London streets.
Happily, these four will be spared that awful fate - a better future in loving adoptive homes awaits the entire family.