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LADY GREY

Crossbreed, Domestic Shorthair | 6 years old

Description

To apply for this animal at RSPCA North Somerset Branch Brent Knoll Animal Centre please click the link below to complete the online application form and submit it to us instead of completing the downloadable perfect match form.


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IMPORTANT - We are in LOCKDOWN - We are restricted to a 1 hour travel time for all our animals. Please check your distance to us (postcode TA9 4BL) before you apply. We are unable to make ANY exceptions. 

If you apply and are over the 1 hour we will not be able to respond to your enquiry.


Lady Grey is in our care as she arrived with mild flu and needed a home without other cats.

She is a sweet girl, she likes lots of attention and fuss and does love a cuddle! She is very interactive and likes her enrichment feeders and particulalry loves cat nip! 

Lady Grey has fully recovered from her bout of flu but is likely to be a carrrier, further details below.

We do hope someone would love to take her on and give this fantastic girl a loving home.


 
MILD CAT FLU
Lady Grey came into our care with mild symptoms of Cat ‘Flu.
Cat ‘Flu is unfortunately a very common illness in poorly-bred and often multi-cat households. It is caused by usually one of two viruses, and symptoms can vary from mild (e.g. snuffles and the odd sneeze) to full-blown ‘snotty’ discharge from eyes and nose.
Lady Grey has been treated with a course of antibiotics where the mild sneezing and runny nose cleared up quickly.

Fluey cats/kittens are very likely to be flu carriers. Therefore any other cat in the household would be at risk of catching flu. We are looking for Lady Grey to be the only cat in the house.


It is not impossible that a post-flu cat may have a ‘relapse’ and have some mild symptoms at some time in their life. They may need veterinary advice / medication to assist their recovery – adopters are also agreeing to be responsible for this if it becomes necessary. 


Lady Grey does sometimes sound a bit like she has an upper respiratory problem however this has been a constant issue with no other symptoms developing since she has recovered. Our vet has advised that she likely has some damage to the upper respiratory tract from the flu that will mean she does sound ‘fluey’ when she isn’t.





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To apply for this animal at RSPCA North Somerset Branch Brent Knoll Animal Centre please click the link below to complete the online application form and submit it to us.


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You will receive an automated response to confirm receipt of your application and advise you of time scales.


You can contact us if necessary by emailing [email protected], we will respond during the normal working hours 9am-1pm & 2-4.30pm. You can also call the animal centre between 11am and 1pm daily on 01278 782671.

We remain closed to visitors, therefore all animal viewings will be done via zoom video call. 

Should you be successful in adopting an animal then an RSPCA key worker will deliver your new adopted pet to you.

Additional details

  • Size :

  • Age :

  • 6

  • Breed :

  • Colour :

  • Crossbreed, Domestic Shorthair

  • Grey