AN ANIMAL rescue is desperately appealing for a new home for two unwanted moggies taken in after a year of being made to live in a cellar.
Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity (BARC), which is based at Wath, has been looking after siblings Cassey and Lily for a month.
“These two lovely cats have been kept in a cellar for a year as the owners had redecorated did not want them in the house,” said volunteer Joan Jenkinson.
Lily the cat.
They have been with us for some time and no-one has shown an interest in them — it can be difficult to find a home for two cats together.
“They have been together since they were kittens and we would hate to have to split them up — we really want to find a home for them.
“Cassey is a beautiful all-black cat and Lily is a white and tabby.”
If you think you could provide a new home for the five-year-old sisters, visit http://barnsleyanimalrescue.org.uk/adopting-a-pet/ or call 01709 876832.
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