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Purr-fect website created to help Grantham Rescue of Cats and Kittens




Cath Rowson, of Grantham ROCK,with some of the many felines she rescues and rehomes.
Cath Rowson, of Grantham ROCK,with some of the many felines she rescues and rehomes.

A website has been created to raise awareness and funds for Grantham Rescue of Cats and Kittens (ROCK).

Grantham ROCK relies completely on donations and fund-raising to carry out its work rescuing and rehoming the many cats and kittens handed in at its centre on Redcross Street.

July and August are particularly difficult months for the shelter, as cats tend not to get rehomed during the summer when people are busy with holidays etc, resulting in more hungry mouths to feed for a longer time but with less money.

In an effort to raise awareness for the shelter, Vee Ridgley of VR Designs has built the cat rescue its first website. Its aim is to let more people find out about the work of Grantham ROCK’s Cath Rowson, and also to enable donations to be made online.

Vee explains: “I wanted to do something to help Cath and the cats so building and sponsoring a website seemed like the best thing I could do.”

Cath said: “I am very grateful for all help and particularly for the publicity the Journal gives the cats that need rehoming.”

She added that even small donations are gratefully received as they can soon add up if everyone gives a few pounds. The website also details other ways you may be able to help Cath and the cats, and highlights the benefits of neutering pets such as better health and longer lives.

To visit the website go to www.granthamrock.co.uk

You can also contact Cath at Grantham ROCK by calling 01476 571636

Email Vee at vee@vrdesigns.co.uk



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