5 weeks ago the Cattery team received a rather urgent call from the Kennel Manager. A young cat had been spotted in her garden over the previous few days. That may not sound like an urgent call but her dogs aren’t exactly cat friendly and on this particular evening it would appear that this little Dare Devil was refusing to leave. A few phone calls later “Ginny” was loaded into the kennel managers van and off they went to meet Erin, who had kindly offered to foster her.
Ginny stayed with Erin while she did her stray time and no one came forward to claim her. She then began her vaccinations and was spayed and microchipped. Last week came the hardest part of any foster homes job, saying goodbye.
Ginny was adopted by new mum Mona who has sent us these wonderful photos showing just how well Ginny has settled in to her new home Thank you Mona for choosing to adopt one of our cats! Thank you Erin for opening your home to cats and kittens in need! Fostering save lives and at this time of year foster homes are a vital part of our community. Thanks to our kennel manager Emma and, particularly her daughter, Chloe for keeping a watchful eye on Ginny and getting the very important job of “lifting her“ to find out if we needed a cat-trap or if a carrier would do