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Lymington Cat & Kitten Rescue’s battle for survival has been making headlines in the local press.

The Lymington Times & New Milton Advertiser set the ball rolling in August when reporter Chloe Cozens visited the shelter and wrote how rising costs and dwindling resources are threatening us with closure.

The story was duly followed up by the Bournemouth Daily Echo, whose New Forest reporter Bob Jolliffe produced an excellent page splash, capped with a super picture by photographer Richard Crease – see the online version of the article here. An abridged version of the story also appeared in the Echo’s Southampton edition.

Our founder Janette Frankland was also interviewed by BBC Radio Solent and there was further interest from Wave 105.

Already the publicity has paid off, with a number of readers and listeners pledging donations. But with running costs in excess of £200 a day it is vital that we keep up the momentum – so please spread the word however and wherever you can!

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