Bea is a tiny ginger female who we think is possibly 18mths- 2yrs old, she is spayed, microchipped, flea and worm treated and has had a first vaccination so far and a lose tooth removed. She will be rehomed with 5 weeks free pet insurance.

When our fosterer first got the call about Bea we though she was no more than a kitten, she is tiny. She was literally skin and bone with a terrible case of cat flu, she was so weak she was virtally in a state of collapse, full of worms and running with fleas too.

We got her through to our vets and started her on the treatment she needed along with lots of great TLC from the foster home and this little girl has really come a long way.

Because of the long standing cat flu she suffered it has left her quite snuffly which may remain with her for life but other than that she is now fit and well. She could still potentially pass on the upper respiratory issue she suffered to another cat in the same household (although the risk is minimal if the cat is fully vaccinated) so she may be best as the only cat in the home (or could live with a cat with a similar background).

Bea is a playful, fussy, friendly girl who is absolutely loving her home comforts after being on the street for a long time, she particularly loves snuggling down in a cosy duvet. 

She prefers to eat the Pate type wet food and small biscuits as her mouth and gums have been sore in the past when she was poorly and a raised bowl has helped her too when she is a bit congested. 

Bea could live with a calm, cat friendly dog and would be fine with sensible children aged 7yrs and over. She will need a home away from any busy or fast roads with a nice safe enclosed garden to play in. 

Being fostered in Thringstone, Leics, but can be rehomed further afield subject to homecheck and donation. 

If you can offer this sweet, tiny little girl the comfort of the forever home she desperately needs please email us telling us all about your home offer and contact  details to wonkypetsrescue@gmail.com  

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