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Ann & Bill's Cat and Kitten Rescue - Essex
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Ann & Bill's Cat and Kitten Rescue - Essex

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Address:

, Essex, RM11, united-kingdom

Phone: 01708 440453

Contact

Phone
01708 440453

Animal Type

Animals Treated
Cat

Location

Address
Hornchurch
Town
Post Code
Country
United Kingdom

Ann & Bill's is a small, dedicated and caring rescue in Hornchurch in Essex taking in cats and kittens from Barking, Dagenham, Romford & Hornchurch. All ages and breeds are cared for, and prospective owners and cats are carefully matched for compatibility before homing. They generally have quite a selection of cats to choose from, so if you are seeking a new feline companion in the above areas, give them a call. If a kitten comes into season before a home is found, it will be taken to the vet for spaying. All adult cats are neutered prior to being home


Lucky Black Cats: The rescue often has a number of 'Lucky Black Cats' (and sometimes kittens) needing homes - could one of them get lucky enough to become part of your household? Please call if you can offer a loving, permanent home.

 

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