- 3-4 years and 9 years
- Baby is black/white with black nose and a polydactyl paw!
- Sweep is black/white with pink nose
- Jack is black
- Arrived 8th October, 2020
- Boarded at Rode Heath
These beautiful boys have been to hell and back. The RSPCA Inspector described their home as a hellhole. A pokey, dark flat with no way to escape, no litter in the trays just faeces (so the poor mites knew what they were meant for,) water bowl had poo and flies in it, food bowls empty, very crusty from food that had once been there. Urine and faeces everywhere, blue bottle flies in the windows, they also had to endure serious domestic violence between the lady owners.
Upon arrival they were very shut down and extremely underweight, very dirty, bad skin and coats and Jack had open sores and urine scolds.
Before and after photos/videos show how bad they were and how happy and stunning they look now, all thanks to the family at the cattery, a good vet and, of course, our supporters who donate. Already neutered, they have all been chipped, vaccinated and had dental work including extractions.
They all get on together – they must stay together. Baby is the dominant one, playful and affectionate. Sweep is quiet, sweet and affectionate once he trusts you. Jack is friendly but too busy for a cuddle. The only thing is due to their previous home they are VERY food orientated, Jack especially. You couldn’t have any food out for example on worktops, bins, etc. Jack will revert back to scavenging. If you have food in your hands, he will get the food and even your hand. They couldn’t be with children. It showed up more this week with having to not give them food before their dentals. Jack was quite frantic, poor boy. They usually have dry food down all the time and he is fine. Hopefully, over time he will calm down.
Six weeks it’s taken to get them to where they are now. They are now ready to start a new life with great adventures, love and happiness.
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