We received a phone call from a lovely lady called Maxine that we had helped before with her cat. She was very upset and explained that a cat had just been involved in an RTA near her home in Strood, she and a few others raced to help the cat and placed her in a box wrapped in a towel but she was still alive and breathing but very disorientated.
We attended soon as we could to help. As we attended there were a lot of people extremely worried about the cat and understandably upset, we checked the cats microchip but there were no details registered on the chip.
We gently placed the cat into a cat basket and proceeded to head to Vets Now in Gillingham as they were the only emergency vet open.
Unfortunately Nala passed away as we pulled into the car park of the vets, so we brought her back to HQ with us and continued to search for her owner.
This morning the owner got in touch and was devastated with the news. The little girl was called Nala and she will be reunited with her family.
Rest in paws heaven little darling girl xxxx
We would like to thank the residents of Sycamore Road in Strood for their care, patience and empathy for Nala.
If you have ever had a microchip implanted by Easipetcare in Chatham then please make sure your chip is registered.