Mickey and Minnie help Stroud Cats Protection reach 200 mark
VOLUNTEERS at Stroud Cats Protection have rehomed their 200th cat in 2013.
Black kitten Mickey has gone to live with Stroud couple Joel and Bethany Upward along with his gorgeous sister Minnie - who was number 201.
"We can't thank everyone at Cats' Protection enough for helping us to find our kittens,” said the proud new owners.
“Originally we planned to have just one kitten, but are so pleased to have two because they are great company for each other."
Helen Munro, Stroud CP's homing and welfare officer, said: "It is amazing to think we have found new homes for 201 cats and kittens since January this year.
"We are particularly delighted that Joel and Bethany chose two black kittens because Thursday is Cat Protection's National Black Cat Day which highlights the need for more people to adopt monochrome cats which are often overlooked in favour of more popular colours,” added Mrs Munro.
"And, of course Thursday is also Halloween the one day when black cats reign supreme."
For more details about adopting a cat - black or otherwise - ring 01453 828326 or email email@example.com or visit the website www.stroud.cats.org.uk.
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