AN APPEAL has been launched by the RSPCA Newbrook Farm Animal Centre and Hospital in Frankley to find a loving home to Jermaine the cat who needs one last chance of happiness.
The five-year-old came into the centre after being rescued by an RSPCA inspector from a multi-car household.
Once in the animal charity’s care, it became clear he was very unwell and had kidney problems.
The team began treatment and stabilised his condition.
Now, having won his brave battle, he needs a special home with an experienced cat owner who will understand his needs.
Emma Finnimore, cattery supervisor at RSPCA Newbrook Farm, said: “Poor Jermaine came into our care from a property with more than 40 other cats.
“When he arrived he was in very poor condition and he was very scared.
“We quickly realised that something wasn’t quite right and tests confirmed that he has stage 3 renal failure.
“We would love to find a kind person to offer him the loving home that he deserves and possibly never had before. He is on a special diet of renal food and he will need regular close monitoring with the vets.
“Jermaine is still a little shy but once he gets to know you he gains confidence and becomes a really cutie. He enjoys having fuss and ear rubs.
“As Jermaine lived with so many other cats in his previous home he would benefit from having a feline companion of a similar nature who will be kind and gentle with him and show him the value of life
“Jermaine enjoys having a gentle groom and he likes watching out the window, he loves his creature comforts and he spends most of his time in his bed.”
Anyone who could offer Jermaine a place to call home, should complete a perfect match form and email [email protected]. The team at the rescue centre will be able to discuss Jermaine and his needs further with potential adopters.
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