Now we are eight - Cat Rescue Story

by Doris

Hi everyone, Doris here,I havent sent anything in for a while so to update youquickly - I have semi-retired, ie i dont work at the carehome anymore but im still an avocate.

The cats are fine , thats Fleur, Rosie, 0rchid, Pretti, Fae, Mia and Topaz. But, they now have a little friend who does rescue took part in a rescue where the people had 37 cats running wild in the house and Ian, my long-suffering partner, said maybe we could take one on.

Well, my friend asked if we could take a special little girl; the people who had taken her on had returned her and said she was uncontrollable - this is a kitten about eight weeks old - also shes FIV. Well, so are 0rchid and Fae, and I already know from our vet and research by the Celia Hammons trust that theres no danger to our other cats.

0f course we sail ok. So she arrived, and her name is Angel; and she is a little angel in ways and outlook. 0h, shes a normal kitten who runs around like a nutter and is full of mischeif, but shes sweet and loving and all the others have adopted her. Shes tabby and white and semi-longhair, she purrs but doesnt mew and she looks just like our beautiful 0rchid but with longer fur. Shes fitted in perfectly and in my opinion the people who said she was uncontrollable need their heads seeing to. Shes a daddys girl too...

So Ill update you fully on everyone else soon, thought Id better introduce you to the new baby though, bye for now.

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