Happy National Cat Day! Over the past couple of months, two tough little cookies have been fighting to overcome their difficult start in life and find their forever home. Rosie and Jane came into the centre with their three siblings after being found in a bush. At less than 12 hours old, their mum had sadly passed away in a road traffic accident and the kittens were rushed to the centre to be warmed up and fed. Taken home on foster, the five kittens needed feeding every 2 hours (even through the night!) to give them the best chance. Sadly, kittens that do not feed from mum in the first 48 hours miss out on vital colostrum, and, despite our fosterer’s best effort, three of the kittens passed away in the first 2 weeks. Rosie & Jane were fed every few hours until they were strong enough to feed on their own. Once big enough, they started to learn how to play, use the litter tray and explore their surroundings! At 9 weeks of age, Rosie & Jane were given their first vaccinations and made available for adoption. These two beautiful girls were reserved straight away and a few days later, after having a home check, went to their forever home. They’ve settled in lovely and are being spoiled rotten. Our animal centre costs over £1500 per day to run. To help animals like Rosie and Jane get the vital care and attention they need, please donate.