Kitten dumped in a pillowcase is on the road to recovery
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a kitten was found dumped in a pillowcase.
The black kitten, thought to be six months old, was discovered tied up in the pillowcase near the Village Hall green on Church Lane, Lound.
A passer-by discovered her in the pillowcase, which had been tied to prevent her escape, at 8am on September 8 after hearing her cries.
RSPCA deputy chief inspector Amy Collingsworth said: 'This is a really concerning incident.
'At this point we don't know if she was abandoned by her owners, or has been stolen or lost, and then cruelly dumped by somebody else.
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'Thankfully the kitten is doing well now she's in RSPCA care, but why somebody tied her up in a pillowcase and left her alone is mystery, not to mention a really terrible, cruel thing to do.'
The kitten is being cared for at RSPCA Norwich and Mid Norfolk branch, and has been nicknamed Snowy.
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If no owner comes forward to claim her after seven days, she will then be re-homed when she is ready.
If you have any information regarding this incident call 0300 123 8018.