A seven-month-old black and white kitten has been found zipped up and dumped on a driveway in a Marks and Spencer’s freezer bag. Poor kitty was abandoned outside a house in Park Avenue, Potters Bar.
A kind hearted person found the cat and contacted immediately RSPCA who took the cat in their care.
“The kind member of the public who called us had come home from work late that night at about 11.30pm and spotted the freezer bag.” “The juvenile cat is not neutered and had no microchip.” said animal collection officer (ACO), Kate Wright.
They named him Spencer. “He is a very friendly boy and certainly didn’t deserve to be thrown away in a carrier bag. There is never an excuse to abandon any animal in this way and poor Spencer would have been very confused, frightened and very cold. It is not known how long he had been there but he was very hungry when he was taken in.” said Kate Wright.
Spencer is now safe and loved with staff at RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre in Hertfordshire and will soon be ready for adoption.
For more information about Spencer please visit: www.rspca.org.uk/findapet.