The 11 cats abandoned in 4 sealed boxes now sleep together in a big pile!
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11 ginger tabby rescue cats sleep in a big pile

11 ginger tabby rescue cats sleep in a big pile. Screenshot.



Do you remember the 11 abandoned cats inside 4 well sealed cardboard boxes? And how they were found and taken in by the Celia Hammond Animal Trust?

The abandoned cats in four sealed boxes

The abandoned cats in four sealed boxes. Screenshot from a Celia Hammond Trust video.


READ ELISA’S ACCOUNT OF THE RESCUE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL CATS (the link opens a new tab/window so you can stay on the page or for smartphones this page is not closed).


Well you see in the video from the Celia Hammond Animal Trust that the cats are very content and as Celia Hammond says in the video the 11 cats like to sleep in a big pile all together. They are clearly very familiar with each other. Perhaps they are all siblings. Most if not all are beautiful ginger tabbies.

The video shows Celia Hammond thanking everyone who has donated and helped the rescued cats. The Celia Hammond Trust is well-known in the UK.

Celia Hammond wants the cats to be adopted in pairs at least or in threes. In fact she says in the video that in an ideal world all the cats would go to the same person because the cats get along so well together.

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  1. I would be inclined to adopt all of them together, and probably by a ranch property in order to do it. In fact as I opened this article that was my first thought, that they would be happiest if kept together. What a story too, and a study they would be. I think most people would like them to stay together, and as a big FU to the person or people that did this to them. I had a ginger tabbey (Danny boy) who was one of the best cats ever. I called him my second-in-command because he helped keep order and harmony in my household of 15 cats. It might also be interesting to see them integrated in a large sanctuary like Cat House On The Kings, to see if they stayed together or whatever.

    • “I would be inclined to adopt all of them together, and probably by a ranch property in order to do it.”

      Agreed. They are so beautiful together. And I have always thought that the red tabby is a great cat with a singular character. They can be the boss it seems to me. Not sure if it is right to link coat type with character but there seems to be a link.

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