Saturday, 28 September 2013

Rick Wakeman new patron of cat rescue home

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World famous multi-million-selling rock musician Rick Wakeman has become patron of Feline Care, the East Harling charity which works to save pets lives.
Wakeman, who has produced over 100 solo albums selling more than 50 million copies, has been a huge supporter of the cat re-homing charity.
The renowned keyboard player with the former group Yes said: “There is nothing better for any cat than a loving home, but sadly, so many don’t have this luxury and are abandoned or simply discarded.
“Feline Care gives many such cats another chance and it is the most impressive rescue centre I have yet to see and all who are involved with Feline Care have hearts of gold. What they do is priceless and they deserve all the help they can get.”

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