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Police make return to Solihull house to rescue more stricken cats

John Carlon 28th Aug, 2020 Updated: 28th Aug, 2020

POLICE in Solihull say they have returned to rescue more distressed cats from a house in Barston.

On August 12, officers in the Knowle, Dorridge and Balsall Common neighbourhood team collected three kittens left in a cardboard box.

And yesterday (August 27), a police crew returned along with RSPCA inspectors to find six more cats in need of rescuing.

A statement by West Midlands Police said: “We have made a further visit to an address in Barston where we seized three kittens with mum previously.

“We visited alongside RSPCA officers and have today safeguarded a further six cats, with more to be collected soon.”

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