Cat Action Trust 1977 - Ayrshire
Rehoming Cats & Kittens: East Ayrshire, Glasgow, North Ayrshire & South Ayrshire
Mitzi was spotted outside some shops and her photo posted onto a social media site. It was obvious from the photo that Mitzi had a badly damaged eye and so i went looking for her, thinking she might be a stray. As it turned out, though, she did have a home but the owners were happy to sign her over into the care of the charity. There was no saving that eye. It had been badly damaged some time before and must have been causing poor Mitzi agony, but it's gone now and Mitzi is a very happy girl indeed! She really is such an affectionate wee cat and will make a wonderful friend to some lucky human. Although she came from a home where there was a pup and also young children frequently visiting, Mitzi didn't seem to like that situation and tended to spend more time either outside or in a neighbour's house. The neighbour did have two dogs, but Mitzi didn't seem to mind them so maybe they were older and quieter than the silly 10 week old puppy. So, a home with a quiet, cat-friendly, dog and older children may not be out of the question but we feel Mitzi would actually prefer to be the one getting all of the attention as she just loves the affection being lavished on her by her fosterers. Also, she really doesn't seem all that keen on other cats so it's best if she's the only cat in the house. Mitzi was already spayed before she came into our care, is very healthy now that awful eye is gone, and has now been chipped and fully vaccinated so she's just waiting, toys at the ready for packing up, for all those calls coming in from people desperate to give this girl the type of home she longs for and deserves. Given she has only the one eye, a home well away from a busy road is obviously a must.
N.B. At the moment the U.K. is still in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it is still possible to carry on the work of the charity without contravening safety guidelines. Potential new homes can still be visited, meeting either in the garden or street. Although some restrictions have now been lifted in England they don't yet apply in the rest of the UK and so people still can't visit any of the cats in their foster homes. All we can do for now is provide photographs and absolutely all information about each individual cat or kitten and then deliver the cat to his or her new family.
  • Status:Homed
  • Gender: Female
  • Fur colour:Brindle Tortie
  • Breed: Moggy
  • Age(When Added):5 Year(s) Old
  • Neutered/Spayed:Neutered
  • Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
  • Can live with children: Yes
  • Can live with dogs: Not Sure
  • Can live with other cats: No
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