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HappyPaws Haven
, | Member since August 2017
Our Vision is to be an essential part of the community through schools, colleges, volunteers and community service organisations to be the best non-kill animal rescue rehabilitation and re-homing sanctuary that we can be. A safe place where all animals that are accepted are given the tools to live happy healthy lives in their new homes through working with and educating the community in regard to the behaviour of these animals including de-sexing and responsible pet ownership.

Blossum

  • Breed: Oriental Mix Cat
  • Age: 10 months
  • Blossom was rescued as an abandoned cat after old owner moved out of a unit and left their cat behind. Neighbours found her scavenging for food and very thin so one of our volunteers took her in as a carer. We wondered at first whether she was pregnant even though she is not much more than a kitten herself but instead she was full of worms so we got her microchipped immunised and desexed. She had diarrhoea after the worming and desexing so we sent her poo to the vet to be analysed and found she had giardia as well. We have treated her for that and now at long last she is now well. She was vet checked last week and Dr Sam gave her a clean bill of health. She is a very beautiful young cat with a very loving nature playful affectionate looking for a loving forever home. Being an oriental Lynx Point Tabby she can be a bit of a princess and will make sure everyone knows who is the boss.
  • Rescue Center: HappyPaws Haven
  • Phone: 0266449936
  • Tags: HappyPaws Haven Oriental Mix Cat rescue
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About HappyPaws Haven

About HappyPaws Haven

Our Vision is to be an essential part of the community through schools, colleges, volunteers and community service organisations to be the best non-kill animal rescue rehabilitation and re-homing sanctuary that we can be. A safe place where all animals that are accepted are given the tools to live happy healthy lives in their new homes through working with and educating the community in regard to the behaviour of these animals including de-sexing and responsible pet ownership.