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Khaleesi came from the street in horrible condition yet she was happy for any small mercy. Khaleesi is now called Ferret :) The words of her adopter say it all:
Just thought I would send you guys a little update of Ferret (once known as Kahleesi). She had some surgery done to pull back her eyelids as they were rolling up and rubbing on her eyes. The vet also reopened one of her tear duct tunnels and stopped her weepy eye. Sadly her skin cancer has come back but she will be getting surgery in the coming weeks to remove it. I will be monitoring her sun exposure and be purchasing some kitty sunscreen!
She is still as playful as a kitten and extremely friendly and steals the spot light whenever I have people over. She has more toys than she can play with and has a lot of love everyday.
I'll send through some photos but would like to thank you again for what you are doing for all these cats!
LATEST RESCUE STORY
Cleopatra is six months old. She was 'rescued' from a group of strays last week. I use the term 'rescue' facetiously as Cleopatra thinks she was doing just fine without us.
It is mid Winter and these young girls live outside with the constant threat of cars, dogs and unkind people.
In the near future she would be having a litter to perpetuate the numbers, had we not caught her.
Cleopatra has been immunised and will be desexed before going to her new home shortly. Lucky Cleo actually has one to go to.
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