Ashley Tabby female DSH DofB 07.02.11 RRemedies Centre

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Ashley Tabby female DSH DofB 07.02.11 RRemedies Centre

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Current Status: Available
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Ashley's Story: Ashley lost her home when her owner moved into Sheltered accommodation early April. Ashley needs to be a single cat. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place. Ashley is neutered, chipped, MOT'd and fully vaccinated. Ashley came in to Gatwick Cattery whilst awaiting her new family.

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Ashley's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our cats, who often reveal a different picture and positive skills as they build trust.
Original Referral information: Ashley's family were unable to secure a Rescue place and their only option was to put her to sleep as she is reserved in nature. We offered to take her in a find her new family.

Ashley came into RescueRemedies on the 9th April 24
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Re: Ashley Tabby female DSH DofB 07.02.11 RRemedies Centre

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Ashley was in a Vet cubicle when I arrived today. I said nothing when the Vet nurse said she would get her. Another Vet nurse said she had found a mat on her back and Ashley had been happy for her to gentle comb it out. I watched... Carrier prepared the Vet Nurse opened the pen and spoke to her, offered her hand and Ashley meowed when it was right under her nose. The hand stroked her back and then slowly lifted her up into the carrier.

On arrival Lou and Sophie were the welcoming party and we put her into the run so she would be aware it was hers before she went into her lounge!
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