STAFF from the RSPCA Worcester & Mid-Worcestershire branch are asking residents to help find rescued cats a new home.
The cattery, at The Holdings Animal Rescue and Re-homing Centre, is currently at full-capacity meaning no more cats can be rescued or looked after because there is no room.
One of the ‘residents’, Jeeves, a 17 years old tuxedo-cat is looking for a new place after his owner recently passed away.
Geraldine Hayne, a trustee at the branch, said: “Jeeves is in a daze at the moment after all the stress of moving.
“But he is handling it so well and has impeccable manners.
“He was clearly well-loved because he is in such a marvelous condition. The vet could not believe his age when he found out, in fact it was a shock to us all.
“As well as Jeeves we have lots of other lovely cats, which are all sorts of ages and are seeking new homes.”
The branch is also inviting all animal lovers to ‘The Big Rescue’ which will take place on June 16 between 10-4pm at The Holdings centre.
Geraldine said: “It will be a day of celebrating animal rescue and the anniversary of the founding of the RSPCA.”
There will be a variety of craft stalls, light refreshments, vegetarian food and a mobile bar.
Visit www.rspca-worcester.org for more.