A miracle kitten who was rescued by RSPCA Cymru – after being dropped from the sky by a gull – is now available for re-homing.
The kitten was aged approximately four weeks old when, on 3 May, she was collected from the Golden Sands Holiday Camp, in the Rhyl area,
A member of the public had seen the kitten be swooped upon by a gull, before being dropped to the ground. It was thought she was from a colony of feral cats, living adjacent to the holiday park.
Fortunately, she was unhurt by the ordeal.
She was affectionately nicknamed Sky, and after spending time with an RSPCA foster carer is now ready to find a forever home. The friendly kitten is one of a number of felines looking for a second chance of happiness from RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre.
Centre staff say Sky would be well suited to a family environment, as she could live with children.
Chris Butler, Kennel and Cattery Supervisor at RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen, said: “Sky has been through a quite remarkable ordeal, with her story splashed across the newspapers after she was rescued.
“Fortunately, she was unhurt when we rescued her, and is now ready to find her perfect forever home.
“She’s a very friendly, fun and typically cheeky kitten, who would be well suited to a family home, and could live with younger children.
“We’d urge anyone interested in re-homing Sky to fill out an application form online, or to head over to our Upper Colwyn Bay centre.
“Her story is an amazing reminder as to the incredible backstory many rescue animals have, with Sky one of a number of cats in our care looking for a second chance of happiness.”
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