Nora needs her own space to thrive again
SEVEN months ago a terrified and nervous little cat was handed into us after her owners moved and were not able to take her with them.
After six weeks of long hours sitting with her quietly, talking to her and letting her know that we were her friend, she started coming out to sit a bit closer, and eventually she accepted her fosterer and cat cuddles, and was enjoying love and fuss and became a happy cat. However we are very concerned that recently there has been a change in Nora. If she were a human we would say Nora was depressed, she doesn't always want cuddles or to play and some mornings is not even interested in food. She has a clean bill of health from the vet and all she needs to make her feel better is to be with her own humans and out of the pen where she has spent seven long months. Nora is nine years old but this number should not put you off as she still may have many healthy happy years to come. Due to Nora's shy and gentle disposition she really needs a very quiet home with no other cats, dogs or young children. Ideally Nora would find her forever home in the country where she could learn to explore again in peace and quiet. Nora's fosterer loves this little beauty and would be over the moon to see her find a loving home and be happy again before the long dark winter nights set in. She should be curled up on someone's lap, not out in a pen on her own.
Please think about little Nora this week and pick up the phone to Emma on 01458 850823.
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Lost Elderly ginger male from Polsham.
Found White/black male in Balch Road, Wells, small white cat with ginger head and tail near Priddy, small dark tabby kitten wearing a red collar outside the fire station in Glastonbury.
Phone 01458 831419 regarding all lost/found cats.