A plea to rehome cats is being made by a Grantham rescue centre as all its pens are full.
Cath Rowson, of Grantham Rescue of Cats and Kittens (ROCK), says she cannot take in any more cats until some have been rehomed as she has run out of space.
Cath, who runs the rescue centre from her home in Redcross Street, said: “We have no more room to take any more cats in.
“We need family homes for our young cats and maybe older people or couples to take on mature cats as companions. Cats are great company if living alone.
“Our cats have a lot to give back to the right owner.”
All moggies are neutered, flead and wormed before they are rehomed.
Cath is also grateful for any donations of food, which can be left on her doorstep at 41 Redcross Street, or in tubs located at Morrisons and Kennelgate, in London Road.
To find out more, call Cath on 01476 571636.
Among those looking for a new home are:
**Dot and Spot - black and white sisters, aged just four months old. They are full of fun and need a kind family to give them lots of love.
** Lizzy - a one-year-old, black and white female. She is loving and friendly, and would settle well into a new home. She can be rehomed with another cat but no dogs. Photo: 345D (2)
** Honey - a tabby girl, aged a year to 18 months. She is a faithful, homely cat looking for the right family to take care of her. She likes children and other cats, but not dogs. Photo: 345D (3)
** Bertie, 1, who is very affectionate and loves everybody. He would like a stable home to call his own. He cannot be homed with other cats or dogs. Photo: 345D (4)
** Daisy - a year old. She is black and white in colour, and needs a family which can offer lots of play-time. She likes other cats but not dogs. Photo: 345D (5)
** Cath also has a large number of kittens in need of permanent homes. All are friendly and ready to go to new homes over the coming weeks. Photo: 345D (7)