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How did a lost pregnant white cat get found in a blizzard?

Time for another appeal, this after the rather amazing rescue of a white cat, pregnant, and ready to give birth to six kittens.

You couldn’t make this one up, as this white cat was reportedly found wandering about in the midst of a blizzard.

She was found on Mansfield Place in Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway on Wednesday, February 27, 2013.

Christened Bianca by her rescuers, she gave birth that night to six healthy kittens, and the whole family is being cared for at Dunragit Kennels in Stranraer.

Alistair Hill from the Scottish SPCA is the one who picked up the cat.

He said: “It’s possible Bianca has escaped from home just before giving birth as she is in good overall condition.

“With the snow and freezing temperatures we’ve been experiencing, these kittens wouldn’t have survived for long if Bianca had given birth outside so we’re very glad she was found.

“She isn’t wearing a collar and isn’t microchipped so we’re hoping someone will recognise her. There’s every chance her owner is distraught that she has gone missing and we’d be delighted to be able to return Bianca and her six new additions home soon.”

Anyone who recognises Bianca should call the Scottish SPCA on 03000 999 999.

Via Pregnant cat found in cold weather in Newton Stewart gives birth | Scotland | News | STV

Scottish SPCA

Dunragit Boarding Kennels & Cattery: Dunragit,Stranraer,Scotland

Bianca lost cat

Bianca lost cat and kittens – pic via Scottish SPCA


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