The RSPCA Eurobodalla branch is desperately trying to find a home for two fenline brothers.
The nine-month old kittens, Byron and Buster are brothers and local volunteer and president of the Eurobodalla RSPCA branch, Louise Webb said they were best buddies and the society was looking to re-home them together.
“These boys are totally bonded to each other and it would be heartbreaking to split them up.
“They are playful, affectionate, super active, great with children, good with other cats and okay with small dogs,” she said.
Ms Webb went on to say that the branch was struggling with an influx of new kittens at the moment.
“We have taken in 21 kittens over the last few days and we really need to move Byron and Buster to their forever home fast.
“We need to be sure that we have enough foster carers to look after the new kittens, many of which are too young for adoption.” she said.