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Large-scale redevelopment in the To Kwa Wan neighbourhood in east Kowloon has led to the abandonment of a large number of pets, with about 50 cats in one industrial building left struggling to survive. Photo: Felix Wong
To Kwa Wan, an old urban neighbourhood in Kowloon City district, is undergoing rapid change with multiple redevelopment projects. Photo: Felix Wong
Many ageing buildings in To Kwa Wan are to be torn down by the Urban Renewal Authority to develop new private flats. Photo: Felix Wong
Volunteer Anna Chan Suk-har started a Facebook group named “To Kwa Wan industrial building cat concern group” to appeal for public help. Photo: Felix Wong
The volunteers called for more carers and adopters and said it would welcome resources such as food, litter boxes and towels for the rescue mission. Photo: Felix Wong
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