Weʼre raising £250 to help towards vet bills, care and supplies for my new foster epileptic rescue CAT
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This is my beautiful new rescue cat which I'm long-term fostering on behalf of Portsmouth charity Second Chance. She is 4 years old and been in at least 6 different homes already. She had 2 litters of kittens by the time she was not much more than a year old and the charity spay her after that before she went back to her family. She has epilepsy and stress appears to bring on her seizures so with young children and other animals around she kept fitting and couldn't stay at any of her previous homes. She's been with me 48 hours and is already playing, popping outside, "helping" me work and wash up, and learning not to get too close to Menace, her new big sister so clearly she's resilient, full of character and enjoying her new home.
She will be my 4th cat from this charity (2 have died so I have 2 girls currently, the other who I permanently adopted 18 months ago). Any money will absolutely go to the cats for their treatments, special foods, vet appointments etc and any money I do not spend myself directly on them will go to Second Chance Animal Rescue to pay off a bit of their enormous outstanding vet bill from a local vet who kindly treats all the rescues even when the charity has no money on agreement they will pay when they can.
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Feb 4, 2019
What a gorgeous cat - well done for the work you do with these cats.
Jan 31, 2019
I hope you have many happy years with your new CAT (or CITty?) addition!
Jan 29, 2019
All the best to your new addition!
Jan 28, 2019
What a sweet cat! Sounds like she has a happy home to look forward to.
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