THREE dumped kittens have a bright future, having been days from death.
The three kittens were found, starving and bedraggled in a field by a man out walking.
But now they are being cared for by RSPCA pet fosterer Margaret James and destined for new homes.
And the RSPCA has issued a plea to people who have unwanted pets: "Give us a call and we'll help".
Christine Hirst, of the animal charity, said: "There is no reason for anyone to dump unwanted cats, kittens or dogs.
"One call to us and we can help out."
The number to ring is 01484 846087.
The kittens were found at High Hoyland, between Clayton West and Cawthorne.
RSPCA officials believe they are the brothers of a kitten found in a local art gallery and featured in the Examiner this week.
Margaret said: "They were in a sorry state, almost starving and very bedraggled.
"But they have obviously been in a house before and seem used to people."