Little Button's brightened up
DUMPED kitten Button is proving herself as bright as her new name implies.
The tiny, six-week-old was found abandoned, filthy and freezing on the doorstep of the RSPCA's South Cotswold Branch shop in Stroud.
Shocked manager Andy Taylor said it was lucky he was working late at the Lansdown shop on the Friday before the Bank Holiday and found her.
"We are horrified to think what could have happened if she'd been left outside all weekend. I am just disgusted people do this," Mr Taylor said.
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The kitten was named Button by Andy and his team because she's so clever.
"She is a surprisingly bright character, despite her ordeal," said Mr Taylor.
Button is now being cared for by an RSPCA fosterer until she can be found a home.
Mr Taylor said anyone who needed to re-home an animal should call Nicola on 07772 737 503, and not just leave it.
To report maltreatment of an animal call the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999.