A very important date! RSPCA Northamptonshire hold Alice in Wonderland re-homing party

The RSPCA have more rabbits in care than ever before.
The RSPCA have more rabbits in care than ever before.
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A mad hatter's tea is being held to help find families for Northampton's homeless rabbits and cats.

RSPCA Northamptonshire is holding a re-homing event at their branch at Mill Cottage, in Creaton Road, Brixworth, from 12pm - 4pm on March 4 (Saturday).

"Purdy," one of the cats up for adoption on Saturday (March 4).

"Purdy," one of the cats up for adoption on Saturday (March 4).

Potential adopters can enjoy tea and homemade cake while viewing the cats and rabbits in the branch's care.

The charity takes in hundreds of cats every year but has also seen an increase in the number of rabbits coming into its care. It currently has more rabbits in care than ever before.

Adoptions Manager, Emma Markham, said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming lots of people this weekend to our event who are looking to add a new cat or rabbit to their family. Not only that but they can enjoy a cuppa and a slice of cake at the same time. What could be better?

"Fingers crossed we can find homes for lots of cats and rabbits this weekend so they can have the best second chance in life with a new family.”

The "invitation" to the mad hatter's tea party is open to all.

The "invitation" to the mad hatter's tea party is open to all.

Potential adopters are asked to ensure any existing cats or rabbits in their household must be neutered.

For more information on this event, or to enquire about adopting any animal from the RSPCA Northamptonshire Branch, email adoptions@rspca-northamptonshire.org.uk.