Willmott Dixon builds home for stray cat

A stray cat on the Hitchin streets now has a bijou property courtesy of Willmott Dixon.

Nick Claessen, Senior Operations Manager, said: “Wilbury turned up around our office a couple of years ago. This year, the winter seems to have been particularly cold and we started to feel sorry that he didn’t have somewhere warm to be protected from the elements.” Claessen used discarded site materials to build Wilbury a home. “A number of our people took on responsibility for feeding him. His little house has become quite a talking point for everyone.”

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