Suki - My Cat Rescue Story

by John Templeton

almost five years ago I fell in love with a tabby kitten at a rescue centre. I paid a deposit for her. Every day I would go there and cuddle her for a few minutes. She needed some injections and we needed to be looked at as to the suitability for her to be re-homed. Eventually I was able to pick her up. We had already been and bought her a basket, some blankets, food,and toys.

We had already decided to call her Suki.

She was, according to the rescue centre about 3/4 months old. I cannot put into words the joy she has brought into our lives. We love her to bits and spoil her a lot.

as pensioners, we have had a great deal of love from this cat and enjoy every day with her.

We have a large garden that backs on to a golf course. We know that there are foxes there and that they enter the perimeter gardens at night. We were very concerned for Suki. We decided to give her a late evening meal, that way she would always come in, and we could keep her safe at night.

Some other cats come in to the garden, they are both ginger, but Suki runs away from them.

Suki is a very timid cat and hates strangers. If she hears the doorbell, she runs to a bedroom and goes up and under the duvet. All you can see is a lump in the middle of the bed.

She comes into our room at night and sleeps on the bed.

We are so glad we paid a visit to the rescue centre that day almost 5 yrs ago. Because if we didn,t, we would never have found a kitten that has brought so much love into our lives.

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