Injured RSPCA cats in need of home

BOTH were found with terrible injuries and a tragic tale of woe, but now Bobby and Albert are looking for new purr- fect homes and loving families.

The cats are currently living at RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre, in South Mimms, while they await a new start in life.

Bobby, an eight-year-old tabby and white neutered male cat, who was found as a stray in a very poor condition with an injury under his foreleg, has been at the centre since March.

Daniel Lockwood, cattery manager at the Packhorse Lane centre, said: “Bobby has had a hard life and it was apparent that he had not received any care or handling for a long time.

“He has since had a lot of veterinary treatment and is now in good health.

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“He needs a really kind and calm owner who will give him the time and space he needs to adjust to a new and better life.

“Bobby is looking for an adult home and could possibly live with other animals.”

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Albert, a five-year-old black and white neutered male cat, was originally found injured in the road after being hit by a car and has since had five homes.

Mr Lockwood added: “We can’t imagine how confused he must be, he really deserves to find a permanent home where he will really be wanted for the first time in his life.

“He is a sweet boy and is looking for a home with older children.”

If you can offer either of the cats a home call the centre on 0300 123 0704.

Alternatively you can visit Bobby and Albert at the care home open every day, except Wednesdays.

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