The feline family were found in the shed in Neath by a member of the public, who called Cats Protection’s Bridgend Adoption Centre for help.
|Crystal with her newbown kittens. Credit: Sue Dobbs|
|Cat Care Assistant Amanda with Frosty the kitten. Credit: Sue Dobbs|
Crystal and her daughters thrived once settled at the centre but despite initial vet treatment upon arrival and two days’ emergency care at the vet surgery, Frosty, the smallest of the kittens, did not survive.
Deputy Manager Teresa Blair said: “From the moment Crystal and the kittens arrived it was a real rollercoaster of emotions. She and her girls really benefitted from the warmth of the centre but nothing we tried seemed to help Frosty.
|Snowdrop, Snowflake and Icicle are doing well|
|The kittens will be neutered, microchipped and vaccinated before being rehomed|
To find out more about neutering and to see if you are eligible for neutering vouchers, visit www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/neutering