Mona is a pretty little 8 year old Black cat who would love to find a home soon. She was picked up from a garden as a member of the public thought she was ill. She was taken to a vet where she stayed for the next two weeks. There were no health problems found with her. She accidentally ended up in RSPCA care when a volunteer popped into the vets for something and were asked if they could take Mona, the vets didn’t want her there any longer and she was due to be put to sleep. We took her in and she has proved to be a real character! She dislikes other cats and appears to be used to living outdoors. Although she is not feral, she is only used to a limited amount of contact for fuss etc. She will certainly let you know verbally when she has had enough, hence the name Mona!
We would like to find a home for Mona on a small holding or similar set up, where she will be regularly fed and given any veterinary treatment she may require, but is otherwise left to her own devices outdoors. Mona doesn’t ask for a lot in return for the life we saved for her, just food and somewhere to sleep for the night. If you can help Mona then please get in touch.
*Update from foster family*
Mona is now getting better and I can stroke her 6 or 7 times before she grizzles. She tends to sleep most of the day in the computer room so maybe she has had access to an office where she slept. She still grizzles at other foster cats, but tends to do it more if one of them is in her way or if Louise is having one of her mad half hours. Really, she is no trouble at all once she had settled in.