Yes, this dangerous Brian had got himself into a slot of bother…either with another cat or even a dog. A very severe abscess to his left cheek has left this 2-4 year old displaying a beautiful neck accessory! He has to go back to Crown House Vets this Friday (21st) and if all well then we can schedule his neutering operation. He is not keen on the ‘necklace’, but it has certainly not put him off his food in any way! I would hope that whoever takes him on will allow for his appetite! He was really good at the vets when he was checked over and also when we initially bathed his wound. Will be best suited in a very comfortable home that will give him everything he has missed out on since his owner moved away last October and left him to fend for himself and another cat that he left behind. Pop down and see this little bruiser for yourself. Thank you, Faye.
UPDATE: We let Brian out of his cage after a little recuperation from his op and having his wound flushed and treated. Vets say it was doing well on its own but a long acting antibiotic would help things along..
Unfortunately, nobody took a shine to Brian and we had no choice but to let him out to be a resident. At present he is shirking the limelight but is occasionally seen in the vicinity of the rescue. Hopefully he will make himself known as the weather gets better. rest assured though that Brian will have plenty of food and shelter at any time. Thank you, Faye
Formerly adopted as a kitten earlier this year, Princess has been brought back to the rescue. Her owners have had another child and cannot care for Princess as they would like. She is only 7-8 months old and classed as a dark tortie. Princess is booked for neuter on Friday 1st November along with her 1st vaccination. Quite a purrbaby – we think that she won’t be at the rescue for very long. If you have any questions, please call us at the rescue on 0161 653 6530. Otherwise pop down…before she gets snapped up! Thank you, Faye
Just look at this Yummy Mummy Peaches. She has recently arrived back from being in foster at Aunty Davina’s. She had the largest litter on record….10! Wow she did it all unaided too!
Sadly two were stillborn but the remaining 8 have gone from strength to strength….Davina gave them all top priority even over the housework and supplemented their feeding with Cimicat to take some of the strain off Mum. Peaches is going for neuter on Friday and back at the rescue for rehome from Saturday 2nd November. Only around 18-24 months of age, Peaches has the most adorable character and loves as much fuss any one human can give to a feline. She is great with people of all ages…. Please pay her a visit…you just may end up adopting this angelic cat. Thank you, Faye