ANIMAL lovers are being urged to provide cats with a loving home after a charity said it was "bursting at the seams" with homeless moggies.
Cats Protection's Croydon Branch says it has reached "crisis point" with volunteers are finding it increasingly difficult to re-home more than 100 kittens.
Heather McCann, from Croydon Cats Protection, said: "As a result of unneutered cats breeding, we have recently taken in many more pregnant cats and unwanted and abandoned kittens than usual.
"With over 100 cats already in our care, we are desperately looking for new owners to provide homes for these cats and kittens. I would appeal to anyone who can offer a loving home to contact us as soon as possible.
"It really is at crisis point as we have no more room."
The Croydon branch is currently offering to pay for the cost of neutering cats for people on low incomes, as an incentive to get more people to adopt.
If you can offer a home to a needy cat or kitten, contact Croydon Cats Protection on 020 8668 2127 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org