Animal shelter seeks homes for two cats in Bexley

PUBLISHED: 09:38 16 August 2012




This week’s Help A Pet appeal is seeking a home for two unwanted kittens in Bexley.


Frankie and Holly were discovered dumped in a cardboard box. They were very poorly, thin and crying for their mum.

Their fosterer Lynn Thorburn said: “Now about 20 weeks old and following visits to the vets they have turned into healthy, cheeky and playful kittens. Frankie and Holly are thought to be brother and sister.

“We want to find a home for them where they can be together for the rest of their lives.”

Frankie and Holly are fully vaccinated and have been microchipped. They will have to be neutered when they are six-months-old and will have to be kept indoors until then. They a need home without very young children.

If you can offer a home to Frankie and Holly, call Lynn and Dave on 020 8265 3210.

Anim-Mates is an animal rescue group based in north-west Kent and south-east London.

All the animals are cared for in the homes of fosterers who treat them as their own pets until they are re-homed.

All new homes are vetted. Anim-Mates is run entirely by volunteers.

To see all the animals in the care of Anim-Mates visit

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