Pedigree Pens have provided a facility of 5 pens for the Blue Cross Foster Centre @ South Devon College.

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Leading pet charity, Blue Cross, has teamed up with South Devon College, to care for homeless cats and kittens until loving new homes can be found for them. Cats will stay at the Animal and Horticulture Unit in specially made ‘cat chalets’ where students studying Animal Care courses will look after them until new homes can be found.

Rob Skinner, Blue Cross Senior Fostering Manager, said: “Blue Cross rehoming centres across the UK are full of cats and kittens desperate for new homes and our catteries are often full to capacity. Our new partnerships with colleges like South Devon give homeless cats the best chance of finding a new home, while enabling students to gain useful first-hand experience of looking after animals. So it really is a win-win partnership for all of us, including the cats!”

Rob added: “As the college is close to our well-established Blue Cross rehoming centre in Torbay, it’s a fantastic opportunity for us to work closely together to help as many homeless cats as possible in the region.”

Blue Cross is constantly finding new and innovative ways to help the ever increasing number of pets who become homeless or abandoned. As well as schemes like the new fostering partnership with this college, the charity also recruits volunteers to care for cats in their own homes.

The Blue Cross fostering partnership with South Devon College has been entirely funded by the Support Adoption for Pets Charitable Trust

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