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Your Cat’s Cat of the Week - Friday 14th July 2017

This week’s top five go to…

5. Tamao

Sent by @fps_katali via Twitter

Your Cat’s Cat of the Week

“Tamao is one year old and should be #catoftheweek because he taught me how to be proud of myself, and celebrate every tiny success!”


4. Noodle

Sent by Justine Holmes via Facebook

Your Cat’s Cat of the Week

“This is my beautiful 12-year-old cat Noodle. She had a thyroid operation yesterday, and this was her just hours after. She really is such a fabulous character and she has been so calm throughout all of this. She really deserves to be cat of the week for being so brave.”


3. Splat

Sent by Diane Collins via email

Your Cat’s Cat of the Week

“This is my splat. I moved house and she turned up at my window, no fur, no whiskers, pregnant, fleas, and on the verge of starvation. I have always had dogs, so I didn't know what to do with a stray cat. I read up about cats, took her to the vets, got her sterilised, worm and flea treatments were used, and now she's a different cat, she is amazing now and I would not be without her. She's been with me now for six years, and she's fantastic!”


2. Dixie

Sent by Eugenia Golding via Facebook

Your Cat’s Cat of the Week

“Dixie was rescued six years ago by Celia Hammond Animal trust. She was found with a metal lid stuck around her neck. She was very lucky that a kind man called the rescue. These days she lives like a princess with me as her dutiful slave!”


This week’s ‘Cat of the Week’ goes to…

1. Stan

Sent by Leila Janet Kassim via Facebook

Your Cat’s Cat of the Week

“My poor little Stan the man would like to be cat of the week he is 20 years old and has skin cancer on his nose bless him. It bothers people more than it bothers him nothing can be done for him. He's happy and well looked after, poor Stan the man love him to bits.”


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