Rescued cat comforts victims of London apartment fire
A cat that was saved from the blaze in West London has come to be known as the 'Grenfell Tower cat'.
Pancho, a grey-and-white pedigree, is being looked after in a nearby church. It’s believed the cat has been separated from his owners.
Pancho is being taken care of by volunteers at St. Clement’s church, and has been seen giving hugs to victims of the fire.
He has been a much needed source of comfort for this terrible tragedy where families and many victims have lost their lives.
They hope to reunite Pancho with his family but for now, he’s happy to comfort all those in need.
If you’d like to donate to victims of the London fire, you can donate here.
via The Telegraph
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