Nearly all of these thirteen successfully rehomed cats have been through very tough times. It is upsetting to read their stories before being brought to Kays Hill.
Leanne of Kays Hill Animal Sanctuary kindly sent me the pictures and the brief summary of their stories which are the captions. I love the successful element of stories, the rehoming and the care given by Kays Hill. They are sad stories, though. Well done to Kays Hill for getting them back to health and rehoming them. Great job.
CHELSEA — ABANDONED. SHE HAD ONLY 3 LEGS AND A DEFORMED JAW
DAPHNE — BROUGHT TO US WITH HER LEG HANGING OFF AFTER BEING STOOD ON BY A HORSE
DOC — 1 OF A GROUP OF 33 CATS AND KITTENS WHO WHERE UNWANTED BY AN UNCARING OWNER
ELY — FOUND AT THE ROADSIDE WITH TERRIBLE INJURIES
HENRY — ONLY SURVIVOR OUT OF A GROUP OF 9 VERY POORLY, ABANDONED KITTENS
JERRY — DEFORMED BACK LEG DUE TO UNTREATED BREAK
JESS — GIVEN UP BY HER FAMILY BECAUSE OF HER TEMPERAMENTAL BEHAVIOUR
PIXIE & POSY — 2 OF A GROUP OF 21 KITTENS & 4 MOTHERS WHO CAME TO US AFTER THE BREEDER COULD NO LONGER SELL THE KITTENS. THE QUEENS HAD MANY LITTERS IN THEIR YOUNG LIVES
SMOKEY — UNWANTED BIRTHDAY PRESENT
TWIRL — CAME TO US WITH HER SISTER TWIX WHEN THEY HAD TO BE MOVED FROM THEIR HOME AT STABLES. SHE HAD BEEN TRAPPED IN A SNARE AND HAD TO HAVE HER LEG REMOVED. BOTH CATS WERE HEAVILY PREGNANT WHEN THEY CAME TO US
TWIX — SISTER OF TWIRL. GAVE BIRTH TO 4 KITTENS WITHIN DAYS OF COMING TO US
VINCENT — UNWANTED WHEN ELDERLY OWNER DIED
I was a bit surprised at the number of injured cats brought to Kays Hill. This must make things harder and more expensive for Kays Hill.