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MANNING VALLEY ANIMAL RESCUE FORCED TO CLOSE

Rescued cats and kittens are looking for a new home after Manning Valley Animal Rescue has been forced to close it’s doors.

 

The owners are attributing a lack of community support to the Old Bar centres closure.

It housed many dogs looking for new owners, and was the only purpose build centre for cats in the region.

“It will be the cats who are the losers in the end which is a shame, we feel terrible doing it but you know it can’t be left to a few people we really need help from the public if they want to keep MVA doors open.”

The owners haven’t ruled out starting again in Taree, but it would need financial backing from the community.

All of the dogs have been re-homed but there are plenty of cats still looking for their forever home.

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