Breed: Female DSH
Hetty sadly has cancer. She is no longer available for adoption, but in permanent care with us for her remaining time.
Did you know that cat’s purring can be medically therapeutic, lowering stress in humans? Doctor Hetty at your service. On seeing her carers Hetty starts to purr in readiness for some cat cuddles.
Hetty is a sweet older lady and all she wants is the simple life. She loves her food, sleeping on her cat tree, sitting on the window sill watching the world go by and some human cuddles. Currently Hetty is fostered with other cats and dogs and she’s not interested in them. She is quite happy if they ignore her.
Everyone who meets Hetty says she is a lovely cat. When she came to us from the pound, her mouth was all infected and swollen. Even in that discomfort Hetty was bright and enjoying her food. She’s since had her teeth removed and her coat is looking much better. She seems to have had it tough but she’s taken it all in her stride. Hetty gets a glowing report from her foster carer, who says that she will make a delightful, loving, well behaved companion to her adopter.
We so want Hetty to get the loving home she’s always deserved. If you think that’s you, please fill out the application.
Hetty is litter trained.
Microchip Number: 982000153611960
Source Number: RE120211
Medical Notes: 3.4kg
All our cats are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, flea treated as necessary and if over 12 months FIV tested.