ALL 30 plus cats that were found as part of a feral colony in north Oxfordshire have been rehomed.

The colony of cats and kittens were extremely unwell, some even fighting for their lives, when found by rescue charity Cherwell Cats Protection in May last year.

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The mistreated moggies were found in a confidential location and have since been with the rescue who have helped get their health back up to scratch.

It was expected to cost the charity upwards of £3,600 to care for them all.

But it has now said all the feral cats have been rehomed as of this week thanks to the help of the public who raised money to help with the care and vets bills.

@cherwellcats posted pictures on Twitter to celebrate.