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About Fuzz

Fantastic Fuzz was a long term stray from the Falkirk area. When she arrived at the Centre in the late afternoon of the 22 March, it became obvious she was VERY pregnant and we expected her to give birth any day. Less than 48 hours later she gave birth to three black and white kittens, Orca, Osprey and Panda. Sadly Orca passed away within the first 24 hours, we are unsure why. The vet checked over Mum and the remaining two kittens and she found they were healthy and doing well. Since their birth Fuzz is a fantastic mum and Osprey (female) and Panda (Male) are thriving and beginning to open their eyes. Fuzz is a very sweet natured cat but it will take time for her to fully trust the humans around her. Fuzz is beginning to bond with her care team and every day becomes more confident in her surrounding but what Fuzz enjoys the most is snoozing with her two beautiful kittens.

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