Cats under threat from legal mix-up

CATS saved by a Suffolk-based charity could face a death sentence after trustees found themselves in a legal muddle.The did not realise they were responsible for repairs to a shop they rented in Ipswich – and now they could be sued for thousands of pounds for not completing the work.

CATS saved by a Suffolk-based charity could face a death sentence after trustees found themselves in a legal muddle.

The did not realise they were responsible for repairs to a shop they rented in Ipswich – and now they could be sued for thousands of pounds for not completing the work.

The shop landlord has made a reduced offer to the trustees – but they are still facing a bill of about £5,000 which the charity does not have.

The row could force the charity to fold – which would lead to at least 60 rescued cats having to be put down.


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