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Who are Heatons Cat Rescue Group?

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Heatons Cat Rescue Group takes in unwanted/abandoned animals, feeds and cares for them, arranges veterinary treatment for them and then looks to rehome them with responsible caring people.

They have less of an emphasis on the age of an animal or the cost of its treatment when deciding which animal should be rescued. If the quality of life is acceptable for the animal, they will endeavour to pay for whatever treatment may be necessary. If an animal is too old to be rehomed then they will place the animal with one of their foster carers. This allows the animal to live out the rest of its life in a caring home environment.

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Hello, fellow animal lovers! I’m Elena, and I take care of social media for Animal Friends Insurance. I’m here to share the latest on animal welfare, our charity work and pet care. I foster and adopt rabbits and have a rescue dog called Luna.