Local vets’ centre gives cat charity an extra boost

Pictured are, from left Jenny with Charlie (who will be looking for a new home shortly), Louise and Ann-Marie
Pictured are, from left Jenny with Charlie (who will be looking for a new home shortly), Louise and Ann-Marie

Montrose and Brechin Cats Protection Centre has received a welcome boost thanks to a local Brechin vet centre.

Crofts Veterinary Centre on Park Road recently donated two large boarding cages to the charity for use when their pens are full.

Not only that, but the centre also carried out a food collection in the practice and was able to donate a number of items to the centre.

Jenny Turnbull from the charity collected the items from veterinary assistants Louise Ballantyne and Ann-Marie Yates.

The Montrose and Brechin Cats Protection Centre rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes stray cats and kittens.

The charity also provides a rehoming service for cats belonging to members of the public who are unable to keep their pet.

The Vets Centre is also hoping to raise money for the charity by holding a sponsored walk.

It is set to take place on April 6 and participants will walk 8.8 miles.

Anyone interesting in sponsoring participants can do so by visiting the surgery at 2 Park Road for sponsor forms, or alternatively, sponsorship can be done online at www.gofundme.com/68gcs4.

To find out further information about the Montrose and Brechin Cats Protection branch, visit montrosebrechin.cats.org.uk