Can you give a home to a kitten in need of love?
Vets believe she was partially blinded after being swung around by her tail and beaten over the head, before being dumped at the edge of a Cardiff wood.
But eight-month-old Milly is now being looked after by animal foster carers with a cats' charity.
They are keen to give the abused pet a happy ending by finding her a new and loving home.
And Fran Ross, a volunteer at animal charity Cardiff Cats Protection, is also hoping to find new homes for two seven-week-old kittens, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee.
Mrs Ross said she was distressed after hearing about Milly's ordeal.
The 67-year-old, of Llanishen, Cardiff, said: "This has just upset us to be quite honest - how could someone do this? "Whoever had it has neglected the cat and then to go ahead and just dump it is just unbelievable."
Milly was found in a basket during torrential rain on June 7 by a couple walking their dog in Whitchurch.
The little cat, believed to be about eight months old, was taken to a local vet before being placed with a voluntary foster carer at Cardiff Cats Protection. Mrs Ross said Cardiff Cats Protection were keen to find a new, loving home for Milly.
The grandmother-of-five said: "We would love to find someone really caring. This cat is no trouble - it just wants to be cuddled really. It's a beautifully natured cat. It purrs when you pick it up."
* To enquire about adopting Milly or the kittens, call Bernice Moorhouse, Cardiff Cats Protection coordinator, on 029 2088 1490.
* Little Milly needs a home after she was swung around by her tail, beaten, partially blinded then left in a basket near a Cardiff wood * Seven-week-old kittens, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, are looking for a home