The trio were found on Fanshawe Road in Cambridge on Thursday evening (11th November), and delivered to WGAS on Friday morning by the RSPCA’s Inspector Lythgoe. They are all in good health, and food had been left with them, but as they have not been microchipped no owners can be traced.
The mother, who has been named Mrs Walton by Shelter staff, is around a year old, while her kittens – John Boy and Jim Bob - are six months old.
Beverley Street, Deputy Manager of Cat Welfare, said “Despite what they have been through Mrs Walton are her kittens are coping really well. John Boy and Jim Bob are reserved and going to a new home together soon, and we hope that Mrs Walton finds the forever home she so desperately deserves very soon as well.”
Anyone with any information about Mrs Walton and her kittens should contact the RSPCA’s Cruelty Line on 0300 1234 999.