This week David Hanson MP opened the new cattery at North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre which will act as home for stray and abused cats in the area.
North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre invited Local MP David Hanson, who is a supporter of the organisation, to open the new centre to help promote the work they do in looking after stray, abandoned and abused cats.
The new cattery will expand the existing facilities of the North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre, which currently has the facilities for 60 cats. The North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre also takes in Dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs. Last year David Hanson MP visited North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre support the “Staffies they are softer than you think” campaign by the rescue centre.
Speaking ahead of the opening, Mr.Hanson said,
“This new cattery will provide a home to many cats in Flintshire, and will help in the good work that the North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre does in promoting the welfare of animals.
I know that the North Clwyd Animal Rescue Centre takes in a large number of unwanted, abused or abandoned animals, and this new cattery will allow them to rescue even more animals that are in desperate need of help.”