Kitten found in cardboard box
A KITTEN was found in a taped up cardboard box. The eight-week-old fluffy white youngster was found in Pocket Park, Eynesbury near a dog litter bin and handed in to Cats Protection. Dawn Cooke, spokesman for the charity who has taken the kitten into her
A KITTEN was found in a taped up cardboard box.
The eight-week-old fluffy white youngster was found in Pocket Park, Eynesbury near a dog litter bin band handed in to Cats Protection.
Dawn Cooke, spokesman for the charity who has taken the kitten into her home and called him Ranger.
She said: "He is absolutely gorgeous. Apart from being stressed from his ordeal, he is a very healthy kitten. He is gorgeous, white with tabby spots and has been named Ranger. We believe that whoever abandoned him probably wanted him to be found by other animal owners.
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"However, this was an act that could so easily have ended tragically, as the box could have been kicked, thrown in the lakes or attacked by predators. We urge anyone who is unable to look after kittens or cats to contact us or Wood Green Animals or other local rescue societies for advice. We are not always able to take them in immediately but will endeavour to help as quickly as possible. We also a free neutering service so this problem need never arise.
"Ranger is ready for rehoming. He is using his litter tray and clearly has used one before."
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INFORMATION: Contact Cats Protection in St Neots on 01480 465226 or 01480 476696.