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Unwanted moggies need purrr-fect homes

PUBLISHED: 15:13 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 17:29 25 August 2010

Duchess

Duchess

THIS week s Help A Pet appeal is looking for homes for two cats who were saved from lethal injection by Anim-Mates. Duchess, a longhaired black cat, was taken to a vet and set to be destroyed after scratching someone. Her fosterer Teresa Bloomfield sai

Gizzy

THIS week's Help A Pet appeal is looking for homes for two cats who were saved from lethal injection by Anim-Mates.

Duchess, a longhaired black cat, was taken to a vet and set to be destroyed after scratching someone.

Her fosterer Teresa Bloomfield said: "Duchess is a happy, lovely girl. We have not had any bad incidents while she has been with us. She even behaved herself completely at the vets while being health checked."

Gizzy is a one-year-old handsome male tabby who just couldn't get the hang of getting through a cat flap. As his owners wouldn't have a litter tray indoors poor Gizzy used to wake them to ask to go out.

If they didn't want to be disturbed on occasions they would not respond to his call and so Gizzy ended up soiling in the wrong place. For that reason they wanted him to be put down.

Teresa said: "We are happy to report that since being in our care Gizzy has been happily using his litter tray and has been 100 per cent clean."

If you can offer a home to Duchess or Gizzy please call Teresa on 016 3427 1456 or 077 4331397.

l To see all of the animals currently in the care of Anim-Mates visit the website at www.anim-mates.org.uk

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