Your Cat’s Cat of the Week - Friday 9th June 2017
This week's top five go to...
5. Sven and Elsa
Sent by Kathryn O'Connor via Facebook
“Sven usually ignores our kitten Elsa, pretending she does not exist. I caught them snuggling together, soaking up the sunshine coming through the back door, its only taken him three months, but he's finally accepted her.”
Sent by Zoe Notley via Facebook
“This is our beautiful, blind rescue cat Vanellope. She was born with no eyes at all but is one of the most able, loving, and amazing feline friend. She and her brother Ralph are very settled into our family and we have a 'catio' outside area to keep her safe and be able to enjoy outdoors.”
Sent by Sally Argyle via email
“This is my cat Lola who is six-years-old. We nearly lost her last year, she was diagnosed with heart disease and went into renal failure. She was in intensive care for a week and had to battle cat flu at the same time. It was touch and go, but against all odds, she battled through. She is now doing well on daily heart medication, and we are so grateful she is still with us.”
Sent by Leanne Cody via Facebook
“My gorgeous boy Milo, he looks after me when I'm unwell and he always knows just how to lift my spirits. He is such a cuddle monster, and I would be absolutely lost without him.”
This week, our ‘Cat of the Week’ goes to...
Sent by Susan Casey via Facebook
“In 2013 my dad was very ill and it was a hard time in our family. We lost our last cat Fizz in February of that year, and we didn't want another cat too quickly. But in the March, a neighbour came to us asking if we could take in her brother’s cat, as it was being bullied by other cats. We thought about it for a day or so, and decided that we needed some happiness in our lives and said yes. Sox arrived on 23 March 2013, and I fell in love straight away. She was a bit nervous, but she settled in well. On 31 March 2013 my dad sadly passed away from Pancreatic Cancer. Sox knew something wasn't right in the house, and made sure we were OK by giving us all a little miaow. She was there when we needed to smile. She is now seven-years-old, but still acts like a kitten and loves to play.”