Cat sanctuary appealing for aid

Felines wandering around the Cat Beach Sanctuary.

THE Cat Beach Sanctuary in Teluk Bahang, Penang, which houses about 300 cats, is in dire need of donations to stay afloat.

Founder Teviot Fairservis, 66, said the shelter for stray cats, which she started in 2014, needed funds to cover the cats’ medical bills and workers’ salaries.

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