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Cats get to snuggle up nice and warm in new beds, thanks to donation

PUBLISHED: 06:00 17 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:51 17 March 2018

Rescued cat Hammerhead at the RSPCA East Norfolk Broadland cattery at Ingham, snuggles down in a new bed from donations from local pet accessory firm Me & My Pets. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Rescued cat Hammerhead at the RSPCA East Norfolk Broadland cattery at Ingham, snuggles down in a new bed from donations from local pet accessory firm Me & My Pets. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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It’s been a cold winter for our furry friends, but cats can now cuddle up in new warm and cosy beds, thanks to a donation to the RSPCA East Norfolk charity.

Rescued cat Hammerhead at the RSPCA East Norfolk Broadland cattery at Ingham, snuggles down in a new bed from donations from local pet accessory firm Me & My Pets. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYRescued cat Hammerhead at the RSPCA East Norfolk Broadland cattery at Ingham, snuggles down in a new bed from donations from local pet accessory firm Me & My Pets. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Me & My Pets is a small pet accessory company owned by SD Enterprises, based in Great Yarmouth and Norwich.

It chose to support RSPCA East Norfolk as its charity of the year and the company’s head of marketing Daisy Kingham said: “As part of this, we donated a large amount of pet beds and toys to the charity.

“We gave these to the cats directly at Broadland cattery in Brick Kiln Lane, Ingham, near Stalham.”

Debs Cook, manager of the RSPCA East Norfolk branch, said they had 12 cats in residence with another 48 in foster homes.

Rescued cat Hammerhead at the RSPCA East Norfolk Broadland cattery at Ingham, snuggles down in a new bed from donations from local pet accessory firm Me & My Pets. With him is branch manager, Debs Cook. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYRescued cat Hammerhead at the RSPCA East Norfolk Broadland cattery at Ingham, snuggles down in a new bed from donations from local pet accessory firm Me & My Pets. With him is branch manager, Debs Cook. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

She said: “It’s absolutely fantastic. Anything new is great. I’m sure the cats will enjoy their new beds and toys.”

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