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Patricia's Commitment to Cats- the ones abandoned or unneutered

I am running Blackpool Marathon April 26th 2015 for Cats Protection because neutering, vets fees, rehab costs love and £'s


Hi, that's me in the yellow.  I started fostering for Cats Protection after my Samson died of old age a couple of years ago.  It has been incredible. All the cats I have had have been wonderfully adopted. Gorettie the shy one, Katy the Athlete who trained on the stairs. Star who loved to sit on my shoulder when I washed up. Elise who suffered with depression until she went to live at a house with stables where she could get outside. So many sad to happy ever after stories . . . and now there's MissE who came with sores a dickey tummy and a need to be loved all the time. We have found she has allergies. But the medication is working and we will look for a special home as she will always need tablets. But she has learned tablet means tea is coming!  

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CAT FACT!!!!!!!
Ever wonder why your cat lashes out at you when you touch her belly even though she just rolled over and presented it? She wasn't trying to trick you, she just doesn't know why you touched her there! Cats roll on their backs to show that they trust you, not to get a belly rub. Though some cats do enjoy tummy tickles, many find this very uncomfortable or even a violation of trust. You should always watch your cat's body language to avoid a scratch. If the tail starts twitching or the head flips back towards your hand, grab a toy and play with her instead. You'll both be happier for it.


FERAL (Home from Home)

Say hello to this beautiful little lady, Feral who is approximately 11years old. Feral, along with her son and daughter) finds herself in need of a new home due to her previous owner having some mental health issues which left the cat's welfare at risk. Her parents have kindly taken her in but she is having to live in one room in the house with the rest of her family.

Feral is quite weary of strangers and may hide initially until she can trust you. Within 15 minutes of being with this lady, she was out having a sniff around and giving me her approval, She is a petite little kittie who has had a few teeth removed and is booked into the vets for a health check just to ensure that all continues to be ok with her. She loves to have a fuss and will sit on your lap for cuddles. She also enjoys looking out the window to see what is happening in the outside world.

Feral is extremely close to her daughter and so we are trying initially to see if she can be homed with her. We feel she would suit a quieter household with no young children or pets. She has spent most of her time indoors so would be ok bring homed as an indoor cat, although she may like to explore the outdoors if given the opportunity.

Feral is neutered and will be up to date with flea and worm treatment when she is homed.

If you are interested in adopting Feral, please contact our Homing officer on 07783 838657









    
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