Charlie the diabetic cat finds new home
I AM delighted to say that Charlie, the elderly diabetic cat featured last week has found a new home.
So Charlie has found her angel.
I would like to thank all of the kind cat lovers who read about Charlie's plight in the paper and phoned me to offer her a home.
It was heartening to know there are so many kind people who were prepared to take on the commitment of daily insulin injections.
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They can all rest assured that Charlie will be loved and cared for in her twilight years.
Our branch does have a number of other older, healthy and loving cats in need of homes and I would be delighted to discuss details if any one is interested in adopting one of them.
They all have a lot of love and companionship to give.
Or you can visit www.stray-cat.co.uk to see details and pictures of all our cats.
Glastonbury and Wells Cats Protection
LOST: black, ling haired male kitten with a pink collar from Beech Avenue, Shepton Mallet, friendly ginger/white male from Hempitts Road, Walton, small light grey/cream tortie from Tadley Acres, Shepton Mallet.
FOUND: small white cat with ginger and black patches wearing a blue collar in Somerleaze Close, Wells, white male with black markings in Coppice Close, Glastonbury.
Phone 01458 831419 regarding all lost/found cats.