Abandoned kittens find their forever homes with Persimmon

Melissa Fisher, senior sales administrator, and Tilly Button, accounts assistant with two of the kittens. Photo: Persimmon Homes.

A litter of kittens found at a housing development in West Suffolk have been rehomed by members of the Persimmon Homes team.

The kittens were found at Chancery Park, in Exning, where Persimmon Homes Suffolk is working on Phase 2 of the new community.

The kittens were spotted by a forklift truck driver as he went past the site compound and he stopped to alert the site team, who investigated and found the four little kittens.

The RSPCA were called but were unable to take them in so the team came to the rescue and adopted the abandoned kittens.

Assistant site manager Sam Cooper has taken two of the kittens under his wing and will soon be introducing them to his family farm while accounts assistant Tilly Button was smitten with the abandon kittens and has taken two home to be cared for by her and sister Jessie.

Lucy Woodhall, sales director for Persimmon Homes Suffolk, said: “Our team have really gone the extra mile, rescuing the kittens from the site and taking them into their hearts and homes. At Persimmon we strive the find everyone their dream home and that is exactly what these kittens have with Sam and Tilly.”

Chancery Park offers a mix of three, four and five-bedroom family homes, priced from £320,000 with various schemes available to get you moving, including Part Exchange and the Own New Rate Reducer.

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