The Preston arm of Cats Protection is looking for a home for a beautiful mother cat, who was found in a greenhouse.
Treacle was found by Cats Protection in a greenhouse with her three-day-old kittens.
Her kittens have all been rehomed, but she is still without a home.
Treacle is a black, neutered female and is about a year old. She gave birth in a greenhouse, where a member of the public looked after her until Cats Protection was able to take her in.
Cats Protection aims to rescue stray and unwanted cats and rehome them, while also providing rehabilitation when necessary.
The Preston branch of the organisation has sixteen volunteer fosterers and twenty-three foster pens and is one of the most successful branches in the country for neutering.
You can inquire about adopting Treacle or any of the other cats homed by the charity by visiting the adopt a cat page here.
Treacle's kittens were adopted fast, but she's been waiting for a month now since they left her. She's only eighteen months old, and is absolutely adorable. #AdoptDontShop #PanfurSquad https://t.co/T8AKgTgV6e pic.twitter.com/z5TBZ00hUW
— Preston CP (@PrestonCP) September 2, 2019