Abandonded Cat for Christmas
So many cats and kittens these days are left abandoned and un-loved. Three weeks ago i got an SOS from the rescue group i help in South Yorkshire , another cat abandoned as her owners move out and leave her to fend for herself. Cold and frightened i collect her, in the middle of the night, and take her to my foster nursery.
Next day a little nervous, but tucks into a hearty meal of chicken, and Go-Cat, I decide to take her to work with me ...
Well just what she needed, she loved it the attention from the customers at my post office. She comes to work with me everyday now, and waits for the customers to spoil her, what a star she has been , not only has she gained the trust of the human race again, she has helped raise over £100 for the abused animal fund in Rotherham , as customers have dug deep at her sad start to life.. Such a lovely young cat, with a kind , gentle nature, I have adopted 'Truffles'..and she will live with my other adopted animals , and will live in luxury..Watch this space, hoping to publish a novel eventually...
'Truffles' the Post office cat ..
Never 'Recorded..but I've got my 1st class home..
abandoned cats for Christmas
You are soo wonderful for doing what you do for the kitties! I love cats. I have 2 kitties. My cats are both rescues from outside. I also feed the stray/feral cats. I have a small apt. since I cannot take them all in, but if I had a house I sure would. I have a friend who is a volunteer for protectors of animals who has done the trap, neuter and return with 13 cats and got 2 of them homes. I just wanted to thank you for helping the kitties!
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