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Dumped kittens make themselves at home

Photo of cats Flo and Ivy enjoying lounging around in their new home

Kittens Flo and Ivy were found dumped in a box in Camberwell, south London, three days before Christmas. The frightened two-month-old moggies were picked up by a passerby and brought to our animal hospital in Victoria. We think they might have been an unwanted present.

After a vet check, a tasty meal and a good sleep, the sisters went to stay in a Blue Cross foster home to help them learn cat social skills and adjust to family life.

Flo and Ivy have since been happily rehomed with the Boydell family.

Owner Natasha Boydell said: “Flo and Ivy have absolutely completed our little family and have brought us so much joy and laughter.

“They are brilliant with our baby daughter Rose and often follow me into her nursery to laze around on the floor and keep me company during nappy change and playtime. They really do take everything in their stride and we love them to pieces.”

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Cat Flow walks along a fence

— Page last updated 24/09/2015