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Appeal to find owner of elderly Aberdeen cat with half a tongue


Brownie – SPCA picture via BBC

That’s the elderly cat of course, with only half a tongue,  not the owner! (After all, if they knew the owner had that problem, then there would, of course, be no appeal.)

The cat was found in the area of the city’s Whitehouse Street on Friday (January 25th), weak and dehydrated and struggling through the snow.

Staff called out from the Scottish SPCA have named the cat Brownie, and estimate her to be about 16 years old. She is being cared for at their Aberdeenshire animal rescue and rehoming centre at Drumoak.

Animal Rescue Officer Amanda Clark said: “We think she may have been struggling outdoors on her own for a few days before being found.”

She added: “She’s an affectionate, friendly cat who has been well fed and cared for up until now, so we’d hope that she has an owner somewhere who is missing her.

“Although she was wearing a collar, there was no identity tag and she isn’t micro-chipped, so we’re appealing to anyone who recognises her to come forward.

“We’d be delighted to reunite Brownie with her owner, but if no-one claims her then we will find her a loving new home.”

Via: Appeal over elderly cat with half a tongue found in Aberdeen snow


January 30, 2013 - Posted by | Appeal | , , , , ,

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