A NUMBER of cats cruelly dumped in Denbighshire are looking for cosy homes.
The Colwyn Bay Cats Protection group is currently caring for Teddy, who came to the charity recently with a broken tail, “lovely rogue” George found with injuries near Abergele and little Anya, discovered straying in Bodelwyddan.
All three cats urgently need to be adopted, as the organisation, which covers Conwy and much of Denbighshire, is only able to foster animals temporarily.
Dorothy Dolan, of Cats Protection, said: “Teddy came into care at the beginning of March. He was said to be feral, nasty, smelly and needed to be shot. His tail was grabbed by someone in an attempt to remove him from their area to be dumped on Denbigh moors.
“The tail was broken and has since been amputated.”
Despite his difficult time, Dorothy said Teddy has been neutered and is the most affectionate cat she has ever fostered, even getting on well with her pet dog.
Dorothy said that boistrous tabby George, who was found in his namesake St George near Abergele, was equally battered and bruised having lived semi-feral on the streets.
Shy three-year-old tabby Anya, whose history is unknown to the charity, is currently being cared for by the people who found her, but they are unable to keep her on permanently.
To offer a home, call Colwyn Bay Cats Protection: 01492 660221.