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Pets abandoned at RSPCA centre

RSPCA staff have warned people about the responsibility of owning pets after two cat litters were dumped on its doorstep in freezing weather.

The charity workers in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, said they were dealing with more cases of animals who had been dumped or abandoned.

A spokesman said: "Responsible animal ownership is about being sure you can cover the cost of your animal.

"Also, if it gets ill you need to be able to take it to a vet."



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