Family convert home into cat rescue centre after adopting 20 felines in lockdown

A family who decided to adopt nearly 20 cats in lockdown have now had their house converted into a rescue centre where they live - with more than 130 felines.Tina Lewis, 54, runs Filey Cat Rescue in the North Yorkshire coastal town with her husband Mark, 68, and daughter Kate, 23.The family decided to rescue 18 cats from a farm in lockdown.But two years later, they have to convert the detached farmhouse where Tina had lived since she was a child into a rescue centre.SWNS