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North Wales Animal Rescue Centre Receives Refurbishment

The North Clwyd Animal Rescue centre in Trelogan has recently revealed its £30,000 refurbishment, which allows the centre to accommodate lost, abused and abandoned animals from the local area in its new cattery – dubbed “Moggy Mansion”.

The undertaking has seen the addition of 17 spacious new pens that can house up to four cats each. As well as this, new doors and windows have been installed, and other features, designed to best provide for the feline residents, have also been engineered. Flooring in North Wales’ newest cattery has, for example, been heated to provide maximum comfort for warmth-seeking cats.

Press relations and donations manager Nicky Owen expressed her gratitude for those that supported the project. The centre was officially opened by local MP David Hanson, who praised the centre for its hard work in caring for Flintshire’s unwanted and abused cats.

She went on to say that the team is “very proud” of the new facility and that it wants to encourage volunteers to come and spend time with the cats.

The project was funded through a mix of fundraising efforts from the staff, who raised over £1,500 by completing a sponsored sleepover, as well as donations from the public. The centre also received funding from The Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust and the Hayhurst Charitable Trust.

As well as the structural improvements to the building, several local pet product companies donated bedding, toys and scratching posts for the comfort and pleasure of the new residents.

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