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?
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.
Further update on the cats found in taped boxes in Stratford last week. All are doing well & are recovering from their ordeal. As soon as they are well enough they will be rehomed, hopefully in pairs as they are a close bunch. Celia Hammond says she is overwhelmed by the response pic.twitter.com/qcbiO7cnCd
— Protect Cats UK (@ProtectCatsLDN) January 28, 2019
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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