Forgotten feline pensioners left on the shelf

Cats Protection is being gripped by a pensioner crisis – no-one wants to adopt its feline senior citizens.

Cats Protection says that its unwanted older cats aged 12 years and above – 65 years and over in human terms – now wait, on average, 96 days before being adopted – 32 per cent longer than in 2010 and well above the charity’s average adoption rate of 40 days.
This has led the organisation to issue an appeal for people to adopt a feline senior citizen or make a donation towards the cost of their care.

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