The coastal department of Anglia from Cats Safety hopes that 2020 would be the 12 months when the poor tulip adjustments its luck.
The eight-year-old torbie – a lovely combination of tortoiseshell and tabby – has been within the care of the department for greater than three months. patiently ready for a brand new home.
Regardless of his magnificent and weird coat of a number of colours, the department thinks that Tulip is uncared for resulting from an outdated harm. Sadly, a big a part of its tail is lacking, most likely resulting from an untreated harm and a troublesome begin to life that left it cautious with strangers.
Lynne Pothecary, promoting agent at Anglia Coastal Department, mentioned: "Tulip had a nasty begin in life, which noticed her injured and deserted. However whereas she is of course a bit uncertain of latest individuals, she quickly arrives and responds to a contact of affection with a heat purr.
“Tulip has stolen our hearts since being rescued from the streets. She could be glad in a home the place she has loads of hustle and bustle and a pleasant heat lap to take a seat on, however ideally with out younger youngsters or pets. We enchantment to our supporters to discover a place for Tulip of their hearts and at residence. 1,000 cats have been relocated in simply 5 years. It’s an annual common of 200 deserted and stray cats resettled since 2015.
Now the department hopes that Tulip could be one in every of its first successes within the new 12 months.
Should you stay within the Norfolk or Suffolk areas and may donate a pleasant residence to Tulip, please contact the department on 03453 714 202 or email@example.com
To search out cats in search of houses in your space, go to www.cats.org.uk/adopt-a-cat