Saturday, 4 October 2014

Recovery for black kitten dumped in box

A post from Bridgend Adoption Centre Manager Sue Dobbs

A 12-week-old kitten was admitted to us after a keen-eyed driver spotted a driver parked up and acting suspiciously. They went to investigate after the driver left and found little Mew had been dumped in a box.

She was very thin and in poor condition. As she was hungry she kept bolting her food and then vomiting it up. Mew was taken straight to a vets for IV fluids and treatment.

She was lifeless in the first few days with us, just sitting by and cuddling into her teddy bear. But after a week of TLC, she is a completely different kitten. Mew is now bright eyed and full of mischief!

Black kitten Mew relaxing

Black kitten Mew at our Bridgend Adoption Centre

You can find contact details for the Cats Protection Bridgend Adoption Centre by visiting


  1. It makes me very cross when I hear of situations like this. Why can't people own up to the fact they do not want a cat or cats or kittens and turn to someone who can help them? Don't just dump 'em!

    Good luck Mew!

    1. In this day and age, there is no need to dump/abandon ANY animals. It's cruel, heartless and downright evil to do such a thing. Dear little Mew could have perished.