GALLERY: Four find new home following Ely Cats Protection show at Little Downham

Cats Protection League annual show, at Little Downham Village Hall, (l-r) Phoebe Mann, and Grace Man

Cats Protection League annual show, at Little Downham Village Hall, (l-r) Phoebe Mann, and Grace Mann, from Little Downham, with their cat Tiny. - Credit: Archant

More than 40 fabulous felines attended the 21st annual Ely Cats Protection Show held in Little Downham, on Saturday.

Cats Protection League annual show, at Little Downham Village Hall, Mick Knight, from March, with hi

Cats Protection League annual show, at Little Downham Village Hall, Mick Knight, from March, with his rescue from Little Downham Dickie, - Credit: Archant

Competitors came from far and wide, with cats from as far afield as Rugby and Spalding turning out to take part.

Show manager Linda Hutchinson said about £1,000 was raised on the day for Cats Protection, with four cats finding new homes.

She said: “The money will go towards our neutering campaign, where cat owners on low incomes can have their pet neutered for £5.

“We were pleased to find homes for four cats but we still have 20 middle-aged cats who are in desperate need of new homes.”


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Winner of the non-pedigree best in show was long-haired tortoise shell Gucci, owned by Ms J Woolston, from Ely. The pedigree best in show went to Polar, another long-haired, owned by Michelle Whiting, from Spalding.

Winner of the best kitten in show went to Kitwit, owned by Ms J Green, of Wicken.

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If you could help rehome a cat, contact Ely Cats Protection on 01353 699430.

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