Getting King James Safe

We received a private message last night about a cat that had been living rough for years on Castle Road in Chatham. This cat is very beaten up and has sticky eyes and a lot of snot coming from his nose. When we attended the cat wouldn’t let anyone near him as he was extremely nervous. However with some overpowering smelly food we managed to lure him over and quickly place him on a basket before he knew what was going on.

We took him to Vets4pets in Gillingham this morning to be checked over and blood tested for FIV/felv and both tested negative. We have had him neutered, antibiotics administered and have also flea/wormed him. Fingers crossed this little boy starts to get a little better.

Please welcome King James.

Not for profit animal welfare organisation.

Posted in Rehabilitated, Rescues
2 comments on “Getting King James Safe
  1. Colette webb says:

    I hope this will be ok In clifftonville ive seen aroubd ethelbwrtroad a grey long haired cat very thin . I live here and last yeRxthe lady belowme mived out and left the cat. I had the rT crying every night for over a wk that wS grey and i did try my bezt even though im disabled i tried putting food put for it such a shame but has she was on basement and it so dark in the back i coukdt see. Im woundering if its still the same cat hanging around.


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