Sunday, 21 October 2012

Happy ending for Boris the cat


A mystery moggy who turned up in East Devon – 200 miles away from his Essex home – is finally enjoying the goodlife again with a new owner.
Experts were baffled as to how Boris managed to find his way from his house in Basildon to Upottery.
He weighed just two-and-a-half kilos when he was found, in July, and was covered in fleas. He also had to have 30 ticks remove.
Honiton branch of the Cats Protection League Boris in and during treatment, at the vets, a microchip was discovered showing where he had originally been registered.
But attempts to contact his owners failed as they had moved home, leaving no forwarding address.
Then just as rescuers thought they had found someone to take Boris in he was diagnosed with a heart condition which the new owner felt unable to cope with.
After reading about his on-going troubles Musbury resident Christine Pearce, finally came to the rescue and has given the loving cat a permanent home.

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