LONG TERM FOSTER CATS
We currently have a number long-term foster cats living with foster parents.
All of these cats have complicated medical needs and need special care. They will stay under the rescue's care for as long as necessary. They are all available for sponsorship.
Kamran is our 2 year old Persian who has corona virus which gives him a lot of tummy trouble and IBS. It may take him a long time to shake it off so he is staying with foster mum Mel. He looks just like a cuddly bear!
Kentucky (5) is staying with our foster mum Louise. He was in a car accident and had 7 fractures to his pelvis. He has been recovering from severe health issues due to this but has made remarkable progress in recent times.
Koda (10) was surrendered to us when her owner became terminally ill. She is a lovely, gentle but nervous indoor cat who is in the care of Brenda, while she readjusts to all the upheaval in her life.
Memma is 1 year old and has had a lot of surgery in her short life to correct congenital displacement of her colon and intestines. It is remarkable that she survived but she is in the excellent care of our foster mum, Julie, and will be with us for a while.
Pebbles (19) is our oldest foster cat. She has thyroid issues, kidney problems and is deaf, but she is being looked after by experienced foster mum Natasha.