Your Cat’s Cat of the Week - Friday 2nd June 2017
This week's top five go to...
Sent by Geraldine Garry via Facebook
“This is Mollie. She was taken in as a feral when she was just 10-weeks-old. Despite doing all I could to win her around she just never took to humans. She has been with me for three years now, she comes when called, sleeps inside with my other cats, and she will sometimes sit on the windowsill and have a great chat with you. But there is not a hope of petting her or touching her in any way possible. I would like Mollie to be cat of the week to show that just because a cat is feral it doesn't mean they are not capable of love. I know Mollie loves us in her own way, and we love her just the way she is.”
Sent by email
“This is Zeus, he is very shy and scared of a lot of things and noises, but he absolutely loves being cuddled and playing with his brothers and sister. He runs up and down the stairs, and is very noisy at night but settles down on the bottom of your bed once he has used up his energy burst!”
Sent by Lisa-Lin Burke via Facebook
“My big boned baby boy MaxMaxx should be Cat of Week, because in August, it will be four years since his P.U. surgery for urinary blockages. We went through 'three strikes and you're out' and I thought I would lose him. MaxMaxx is an 11-year-old kitten who loves his cat nip pillow!”
Sent in by Gemma Wells via Facebook
“This is Loki, I think he deserves to be cat of the week because he has just become a blood donor and has donated his first lot of blood to save another kitty. The recipient cat is now on the mend thanks to my boy Loki, and has been discharged from the veterinary hospital. He is also a very friendly, loving kitty that everyone falls in love with when they meet.”
This week, our ‘Cat of the Week’ goes to...
Sent by Wendy Mann via Facebook
“This is my beautiful Tinkerbell who sadly passed away yesterday (Sunday 28th May) after being hit by a car. She came into our lives three years ago neglected and pregnant, we assisted the birth of her four lovely kittens (two we were able to keep and two were re-homed through friends). She was a good mum and has given us much joy and laughter, she is already greatly missed. RIP Tinkerbell, we love you.”