The Scottish SPCA is seeking loving homes for 25 homeless felines currently being cared for at the charity’s centre in Dundee.
Staff at the centre in Petterden are appealing to anyone thinking of taking on a cat to consider rehoming a rescue pet.
Assistant centre manager Dale Christie said: “Our centre is full of unwanted, abandoned and neglected cats right now and we are taking in more every day.
“Some are expectant mothers and others are still nursing their kittens meaning they can’t be rehomed yet and many of our cattery spaces are filled on a medium to long-term basis.
“Others are under veterinary treatment and aren’t fit and healthy enough to leave us just yet so this makes it all the more important for us to find loving owners for the cats who are available and ready to be rehomed.
“We have lots of lovely cats, such as Fred and George, who are very handsome but nervous boys and they find life a bit daunting.
“Due to their timid nature they will need outdoor access so they can explore and go on adventures.
“We really hope people considering bringing a cat into their lives will come along to our centre and meet the many fantastic felines we have just waiting for a second chance.”
Anyone who can offer a cat a new home is being asked to contact the Scottish SPCA’s Petterden centre on 03000 999 999.