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Abandoned kitten Boo gets a second chance

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[B]oo was found sodden, abandoned and alone by a member of the public one very wet and windy day in the middle of a country road.

Unsure of what to do, they decided to contact Oak Tree’s community team.

Oak Tree searched for Boo’s owners and looked for any signs of other feral cats around the area but with little success.

Boo was assessed by a vet and due to an estimated age of 5 weeks old, she was taken in as an emergency to Oak Tree Farm while the team continued to search for her family. The Oak Tree team were able to call on one of their cat fosterers to care for Boo, helping her to recover from her ordeal and get her used to life in a comfortable home.

Becky Lowis, Community Engagement Officer at Oak Tree said: “Boo has made so much progress since we first met her. She has come on in leaps and bounds in her foster home and now gives the best cuddles!

“She has now recently discovered the wonders of toys and playing with her favourite toy, the little blue monster.” Caroline Johnson, General Manager said “Our foster carers make a real difference to animal lives to provide that home-based support that we are unable to provide in a kennel or cattery environment. It is wonderful to see Boo’s progress and we are delighted that she will shortly be ready to find her loving forever home.”

For more information about fostering cats or dogs at Oak Tree please email [email protected] or call 01228 560082

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