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Rescuing and Rehoming an Unsocialised Cat Named Doc — 7 Comments

  1. in the end doc liked nothing more than cuddles, even more than food!! he hadnt been starved of food in his previous home but had cerainly been starved of what he craved most – love.

  2. This is a beautiful story, thanks for sharing and well done. I love reading your stories. They really are the heart of the action and represent the battle we have in our hearts and the good will we have towards these sweet animals. I love more than anything reading these stories of the amazing cats and kittens at Kays Hill and what wonderful things you do for them. In a way I wish I was part of this sort of thing. I’d jump at the chance to help but where I live there is not an overflow or serious situation of homeless cats that I know of.
    Reading about Doc is a bright spot in my day – I’m so happy he is happy and so thankful for everything you have done to make it so. And what a handsome boy he really is – I’m sure he is incredibly sweet. They all are. Every single one of them. It’s only ever that they have been pushed into fear and aggression usually. Otherwise cats are sweet and they appreciate the love we give them and they give us more love back.

  3. Our late mother always said
    ‘You’ll get your reward in Heaven if not on this earth’
    Bless her, she was the kindest soul ever to people and to animals, I hope she got her reward in Heaven as she didn’t on this earth.
    Babz and I only follow her example as best we can.

  4. This shows the true dedication of you all at Kays Hill, you persevered until the cats and kittens were relaxed enough to rehome.
    In some other countries these cats would more than likely have been PTS.
    You seem to work miracles there Leanne, finding homes for cats no one would ever think anyone would want to adopt.
    Your stories give a wonderful insight to just how hard you work there and how you overcome great difficulties.
    WELL DONE xx

  5. Great story – of perseverance and persistence. Well done. The people who adopted Doc seem to have a way with cats because Doc accepted them straight away even though they were strangers to him. Good on them.

    Thanks for sharing your cat rescue experiences Leanne.

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