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Crackle, Ripple, Pop and Topic are only 4 of the kittens we rescued from a waste disposal site back in August (see story below). They have various endearing personalities and some are quite shy where as other are outgoing and bouncy.

Here is the WASTE SITE RESCUE story:

We have been asked to help with a huge colony of at least 50 but possibly as many as 70 or more black cats and kittens living at a waste processing site.
Apparently there have been large numbers of cats on this site for years. The stray cats are welcomed and fed by the staff at the site as they are excellent rodent catchers. Recently numbers have got out of control and numbers this year have reached crisis point. A humane solution had to be found. There are litters of kittens everywhere and although the adult cats appear to survive quite well there is a high kitten mortality.

We have agreed to take in all the kittens from the site for rehoming and to neuter the adult cats rehoming any that appear to be tame. It is not an ideal place for these cats to live but to them it is home and it would be very difficult to find suitable new homes for such a large number of adult feral cats.

 

           We can live with gentle children   

                                                             

 We have not been tested with a dog

    We are seeking homes in pairs

        We could live indoors

To enquire about Crackle, Pop, Ripple and Topic or to find out about other animals at Canning Town, please telephone 0207 474 8811 or send CHAT an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and leave a phone number

To find out more about homing one of our rescue animal please click here

PLEASE NOTE: CANNING TOWN CAN RE-HOME WITHIN ANY OF OUR BRANCH CATCHMENT AREAS, SO NOT ONLY EAST LONDON AND MUCH OF NORTH LONDON, BUT ALSO SOUTH LONDON, ESSEX, HERTFORDSHIRE, EAST SUSSEX, WEST SUSSEX, MOST OF KENT AND PARTS OF SURREY. IF YOU ARE UNSURE PLEASE CONTACT US!

Photography Kirsten Priebe