Could you give Princess a purrfect new home?
8 year old Princess is currently with the Blue Cross at their Torbay rehoming centre. She has recently had her ears removed due to skin cancer. She is recovering well and is ready to find her forever home.
Princess has introduced herself over on The Blue Cross website:
“Hello I’m Princess, princess by name and nature. As you can see I’m rather beautiful, and I have an adorable character to match. You may notice I had an operation recently but don’t worry I’m recovering very well. I’m a very loving girl and adore being fussed over, and a cuddle on a warm lap. I also love being brushed so a good pamper session can be some lovely bonding time. I’ve met children before and got along so could live with children, I’d like to meet them here first just to make sure. I need to be the only pet as the reason I’m looking for a new home is because I was very scared of the dogs and other cats I lived with. So if you’re looking for a loving and loyal lady please come and meet me at the centre, or you can apply online,”
To apply to adopt Princess, click the following link:
The Blue Cross Torbay Rehoming Centre are also reminding people who have cats with white ears and noses to use high factor sun screen during the summer months to help prevent cancer.
Like humans, skin cancer can occur in cats due to excessive sun exposure. This is more common in white cats as they lack the protective pigment that other cats have. Skin cancer in cats most commonly occurs where they have the least hair – ears, eyelids and the tip of the nose.
Return to our home page for more local news here.
Got a news story, blog or press release that you’d like to share or want to advertise with us? Contact us