No time to paws for thought at a busy fun day for Wisbech cat sanctuary.

PUBLISHED: 10:28 29 June 2015 | UPDATED: 12:15 29 June 2015

One of the ktitens at Croft House Cat Sanctuary

One of the ktitens at Croft House Cat Sanctuary

Copyright: Barry Giddings

Animal lovers raised hundreds of pounds at a busy, fun-packed day for Croft House cat sanctuary in Wisbech.

Lindsay Kierman and Samantha Letts at Croft House Cat SanctuaryLindsay Kierman and Samantha Letts at Croft House Cat Sanctuary

A range of stalls and refreshments raised the a massive total of £925 which was boosted with a donation of £428.21 from Pets at Home customers.

A couple celebrating their ruby wedding also donated money from family and friends who had given charity cash instead of anniversary gifts.

Lindsay Kierman, who set up the charity in Harecroft Road in 2012, said: “I have been blown away by the support. It’s absolutely amazing.

“One woman came from Newark and I was joined by lots of friends made thanks to Facebook. The total will go towards the upkeep of the cats and kittens.

Lindsay Kierman and Samantha Letts at Croft House Cat Sanctuary with a cheque from Pets at HomeLindsay Kierman and Samantha Letts at Croft House Cat Sanctuary with a cheque from Pets at Home

“Once animals are in my care they are given any medical treatment they need until such time they are ready to be re-homed. I try never to turn away injured cats or kittens and do my utmost to make sure they get quality veterinary care.”

Mrs Kierman’s sanctuary asks for a donation of £50 for an adult cat and £30 for a kitten.

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