Bindi's bright beginning
MOST owners would be overjoyed if their cat was found four years after going went missing. But that didn't happen for
Bindi, a seven-year-old white girl (pictured)
. After she was found in Elmstead Woods, thin, grubby,
wet and hungry, a micro-chip revealed she came from Penge. Committee member Jan Marquis
called the number but it was out of action and then wrote several times
Two weeks later, the owner called and told us she
assumed Bindi had been stolen all that time ago. But, sadly, she did
not want her back, even though she still had Bindi's black sister. The owner said she did not want to
deal with a new cat at her advancing age.
So Bindi, who has one blue eye and one yellow, was put up for homing at our cattery. We soon realised that she wa
s deaf and needed an indoor or secure home. Once on our website, Bindi attracted a lot of
interest because of her unusual colour. Now, she has gone to a lovely
new home with Katie and her fiancee in their flat.
think Bindi is marvellous and have fallen in love with her playful ways.
They have also been very taken with the odd noises she makes because
she cannot hear.
So, despite being rejected by her original owner, Bindi found the
loving home she