Cats Protection Downham Market Adoption Centre hosted an open day on Saturday to raise funds and rehome some of their furry friends.
More than £1,500 was raised at Cat Protection’s open day and almost £200 worth of goods were donated to the centre, including cat litter, food and toys.
Norfolk duel adoption centre manager, Lindsay Tempest, said the day was a huge success and the centre was blown away with the donations they received.
She said: “We had a clicker on the gate which counted how many people were coming in and out, and we found that almost 300 people attended the open day. We were all really pleased with how the day went.”
Having rehomed three cats on the day, Ms Tempest now hopes those who displayed an interest in giving a furry friend a forever home “will follow up their interest this weekend”.
She added: “At the event, we had a bouncy castle, ball pool, refreshments, craft stalls, games and much more.
“We would like to thank our staff who made the event great and for all their hard work, as well as those who supported the event.”