Can you take in an unwanted kitten?

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A FELINE rescue centre in Chichester said it is looking to rehouse more than 100 kittens.

The Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, in Chalder Lane, Chichester, said it took in more than 300 animals last year.

Of those, around 100 need a new home.

Founder of the centre Monique Turk said: ‘We’re struggling like mad, like most other shelters.

‘It’s horrendous.

‘A large number of unwanted kittens come to us from female cats who have been allowed to breed.

‘Female cats can have up to three litters a year, which often sadly results in unwanted kittens making their way to the centre.

‘We offer a neutering scheme, which allows pet owners to have their animals neutered.’

The centre is home to all kinds of cats and kittens, as well as rabbits and guinea pigs who are looking for homes.

A drop-in rehoming day takes place this Saturday.

People can go along to the centre from midday to 2pm to get more information.