Emergency shave for fluffy stray cat
Wed, 20 Jun 2012 4:32p.m.
Vets at the Wellington SPCA have given an emergency haircut to another stray Persian pedigree.
The cat was rescued from a Wainuiomata house this morning.
Staff at the SPCA said its coat probably hadn't been groomed for months and was badly matted on one side.
Vets shaved off a 135g block of densely matted fur.
The cat was initially named Matt when it first arrived at the SPCA, but staff then discovered it was female.
It should make a full recovery and will be kept for seven days before being offered for adoption.
Another Persian cat named Sabrina had its coat shaved at the SPCA last month.
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5/09/2012 12:49:31 p.m.
Te Uranga Wilsonte wrote:
What r you doing with that Kitty Cat. I'll take her If know one want's her. Please Please Please.
9/07/2012 1:04:01 p.m.
krystal farland wrote:
I adopted Sabrina (now roxy) she is happily getting fat scoffing food and loves her new home, her fur is slowly growing back and its lovely and soft. I have forwarded this on to my friend ed who also wanted to adopt sabrina in hope he may like to adopt Matt!!!! good luck Matt and thanks wellington SPCA
21/06/2012 1:21:57 p.m.
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