The Scottish SPCA’s Dundee centre is seeking new homes for more than a dozen overlooked cats.
Scotland’s animal welfare charity is encouraging the public to come along and meet Fifi, Mertle, Tango and their friends in the hope of finding them new homes.
Scottish SPCA Dundee Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre manager Elliot Hay said: “We’re struggling to find homes for these lovely felines, who arrived into our care through no fault of their own.
“We are constantly rescuing and taking in more and more cats so we’re really keen for people who are thinking about getting a new cat or kitten to consider rehoming one from us.
“They all have their own personalities and we know the right family is out there for each one of them.
“If anyone would like to meet them they should pop along to the centre any day except Tuesdays between 10am and 4pm.”
Anyone who would like to rehome one of these cats is being asked to contact the centre on 03000 999 999.
The Scottish SPCA rescues animals and nurses them back to health before finding them new homes or releasing them back into the wild.
Last year the organisation’s animal helpline received almost a quarter of a million calls and attended more than 85,000 incidents. More than 19,000 animals were cared for across its centres.