Ginny was rescued at the end of September having been found abandoned in a cardboard box in Brockwell Park along with a kitten. Both cats were emaciated and flea infested and suffering with anaemia. Ginny's companion made a relatively speedy recovering and as she was very lively and playful Ginny found her a bit too much to cope with so she was paired with another kitten and they have found a new home.
Ginnys recovery has been slower and our vets have discovered that he has some bone deformities which appear to be as a result of malnutrition. He has been cared for in a foster home and has slowly regained strength but is a delicate young cat.
Ginny's foster carer Lesley says: "Now looking for the best ever home! He has several discs on his spine that have fused & he can't fully open his mouth, our vets suspect the bone deformity is due to long term starvation from when he was a kitten, the bones did not grow properly. He has a crooked walk & his front legs cross when he walks quickly, he also has a slight wobble to his head. He is the most adorable little man ever! He adores cats, is always following them around mewing at them, he is good with dogs, loves a cuddle , I do have to be careful not to put pressure on his back legs. Now that he feels well he loves to play, he needs to be homed with one or two cat friendly cats , he would love a garden but it needs to be either cat proofed or high fences. He can jump but not very high.he needs a home with either adults or older children.
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