Henry is an extremely friendly lovable cat. We fostered him for the cats protection when he was a tiny kitten. He was a hand rear so very affectionate. After fostering him we fell completely in love with him and decided to take him on to join our other 3 cats who didn't mind him at all.

We then found out that he had a condition called a liver shunt which when he eats sends toxins to his brain to cause seizures and dribbling and along time slight brain damage. The cats protection then named him a sponser cat and footed the bill for any meds he may need.

When he was about 1 he had an intersusection which meant that his bowel had twisted. he had to have major surgery and along with his liver shunt it didnt look good..but against all odds the little fighter got through it and  sore but happy cat.

This cat has been through the mill and has had to endure two tablets a day, two syringes a day and countless visits to the vet. But throughout it all he was always happy and fussy and the most warm loving cat you could wish to have. we have treated him like a baby all his life and love him like one.

We have tried everything to find him, I am starting to feel that there is no hope and the thought of never seeing my cat again kills me. I dont know if anyone will even read this but I cant give up on him. I feel like someone may have taken him in as a year ago he went missing for 10 days and was found 5 streets away at a lovely lady's house (we have checked there)

 

 

If there is anything else we can do, please tell us as we are running out of options and henry could be running out of time without his medications.

 

Would everyone living and working in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Hamilton Road
Please keep a lookout for Henry
Search and Monitor all Sheds, Garages, Outbuildings in the hopes of finding him
Any information would be appreciated.

Please send for a ready to print
Poster
for display in any prominent position.
Help Henry find his way home

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