Shelter illustrates "cat thoughts" to help them get adopted (Gallery)
Staffers at the RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre have come up with an adorable way to help the cats get adopted.
“We decided to decorate the cat pods to show the type of homes the cats were dreaming of in the hope of persuading more people to stop at their pens and talk to them,” Janine Pemberthy, the cattery manager at the RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre, said in a press release. “We hope our art project will help us find new, loving homes for all our beautiful cats!”
This 3 legged cat, Henry, is dreaming about a forever home!
This 3 year old cat named Friday isn’t too happy to be in the shelter, and staff hopes this message will show the urgency of Friday’s wishes to get a new home.
Lil Kim and Hermione, a pair of 2-year-old cats rescued together, have helped each other come out of their shells.
The shelter hopes this message that these two need to go to a home together!
Senior cats need homes too, and Molly is hoping you'll give her a chance.
This mini panther loves toys.
These shelter illustrations of "cat thoughts" aim to draw people in a little closer to get to know these fur friends, which will hopefully lead to adoptions.
This new adoption campaign seems to be working, as two of their longest staying cats have gone off to new homes! (Henry above and Lenny below)
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