Noodle was found as an unneutered stray when he started frequenting a volunteer’s garden. He was always very grubby and hungry and spent more and more time in the garden. Eventually enough trust was built up and he was able to be scanned by our volunteers. He had a microchip, so we were able to contact his owner. It was discovered that Noodle had gone missing six years earlier. Noodle’s owner’s circumstances had changed so he decided that it would be in Noodle’s best interest for us to rehome him responsibly. Noodle was taken to the vet to be checked over and it was discovered that he had some hard lumps. An x-ray revealed that Noodle had been shot several times – the lumps were four shot gun pellets. Two were successfully removed from his mouth and tail but two others in his shoulder and leg couldn’t be removed. Noodle is a very special cat with a loving personality. He recently went to his new forever loving home and is doing really well.
Huge thanks to Carol, Sue, Gary, Pauline, Helen, Kim, Lynton Vets and, of course, Mei Lee for adopting Noodle.
If you would like to help support the work we do, so we can help more cats like Noodle, then please consider donating to our special appeal #HereForTheCats.
Many thanks to everyone who has already donated – your donations are greatly appreciated.
Hands Free Homing
We started doing hands free homings on 19 June 2020. We had a great first week for adoptions! It is fantastic seeing how settled all the cats are in their new homes. We are so happy for them.