The Wiltshire headquarters of International Cat Care and the International Society of Feline Medicine were badly damaged in a fire last night. 

According to the charity, the fire broke out in an adjacent building in the early hours of the morning and caused considerable damage before it was put out by the fire brigade. 

Luckily, the building was unoccupied at the time and nobody was hurt. 

Structural damage was caused to the building and the charity reports that much of its office contents were damaged or destroyed by fire, smoke or water, including its servers. 

However, because of coronavirus, the charity had already put systems in place to operate remotely, so it expects to continue service more or less as normal.


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