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Rescue Cats Needing a New Home

At the present time we do not have any Ragdoll cats for rehoming,
but please feel free to email me if you are interested in adopting a ragdoll cat, or if you need help to rehome your Ragdoll cat (use the contact page) Thanks
 
 
 
 
 
Opal when she came in for rehoming
 

 

   
I collected Opal week ago in a pitiful state as you will see by the "before" pics I. She has needed two visits to my vet.  She had cat flu, brochitis,eye and ear infections and flea allergy dermatitis.  She has now almost completed her courses of oral, eye and ear antibiotics and is well on the road to a full recovery. We have named her Cinders for now but that won't be her forever name.  She is so affectionate and lovable. How anyone could neglect any animal like that is beyond my comprehension.
 
Opal only one  Week later settled with her companion Blossom
Abby after 1 week
 
 
Opal One month later - What a difference!
 
opal one month on

 The following photo was taken on 28.11.08
 what a beautiful  contented raggie

Cinders 1.12.08
Thanks  to Jackie for becoming her slave and for sending in the photos