Poor Martha, a ten year old female black cat, has had a pretty awful spell of bad luck.
She was recently brought into to the Isle of Wight Adoption Centre for rehoming after becoming increasingly distressed and withdrawn from her owners.
She also had a severe eye infection and following the advice of vets, it was decided that the eye needed to be removed to prevent further infection and alleviate the obvious pain and discomfort it had been causing her.
She is a sweet and gentle-natured cat that has been through a really tough time and we hope to try and turn her bad luck into good by nurturing her back to health and finding her a loving home to go to when she is fully recovered.
What would be incredibly magical, is if we could achieve all this with your support as well.
Martha’s treatment and medication will cost our centre more than £800 and it would be a wonderful gift if you could help us pay for the surgery and ongoing care required.
With National Black Cat Day coming up soon, this is a purr-fect opportunity to help one of our most in need black cats and show that they are not so unlucky after all.
Cats Protection receive no government funding therefore we rely solely on the donations of kind supporters to ensure cats like Martha get the best chance in life. We never put a healthy cat to sleep and Martha has a long, happy life ahead of her after her pain and discomfort is eased. We would very much appreciate your support and donations for gorgeous Martha. Every penny helps.
Any funds raised above and beyond our target will be used to help other cats and kittens in our care at the Isle of Wight Adoption Centre.
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