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Born with back legs unable to straighten and unable to lift bottom off the ground, we raised $3.5 thousand to do two knee surgeries. She is now recovered and ready for adoption. Thanks is due to all donors, to Dr Donna Schofield, surgeon, and Maddie foster carer who journeyed with the brave 4 month old, now 6 months old. We also desexed Pebbles. To adopt phone Pebble's campaign coordinator Jonine 0409741414
RESCUED OFF STREET – LIVING IN CAR PARK Kentucky approximately 9 years old and very frail was dumped in the car park at KFC Marsden, Road, Ermington. He was very skinny, his fur all mattered and starving. He only had 1 tooth left and the roots of his other teeth were still in his mouth plus he had mouth ulcers. He was already desexed. He is FIV positive. He is sweet, loving, very affectionate and social but very scared. He was taken to the vet where he was vaccinated, wormed, flead and had a very big dental which he is recovering from. He cannot be returned to the street and clearly was a pre-owned cat that someone just disposed of in an inhumane way.
Bam Bam looks cranky but isn’t really. She is nearly 2 years old and came to WLPA as an abandoned cat dumped as a 6 month old. She has not found a home due to her needing more socialisation with understanding and containment in a small area without hiding spots. She would quickly respond to love and attention in a quiet home without children. Strictly indoors in a secure home.
Bud & Sis
These two siblings, Bud the boy and Sis the torti sister are approaching 9 months old. If they get to a year old no one will take them. Sis has had a history of constipation so that is now resolved. A patient adopter takes the pair and closely monitors Sis’s diet and output. Sis can be cuddled once she knows you. Bud is playful. The bonded pair idea is best for Sis’s level of stress to be reduced such that she will transition and eat and drink. Sise has had to be taught to drink. They must not be outdoor cats due to the need to monitor her intake. Available for immediate adoption.