Please don’t dump that kitten

A PHONE call is all that is needed, but unfortunately, some callous individuals could not be bothered and are dumping puppies and kittens at the gate or over the gate of Greytown SPCA while in some cases, adult animals are left tied to the gate.
In Monday afternoon’s storm a terrified mother cat and two young kittens were left dumped in an open box at the gate.

This is an urgent appeal from the Greytown SPCA, please phone 072 096 9634 and they will collect the animals from you. Please do this rather than contravening the Animal Protection Act and possible prosecution.

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