Can you help find a perfect, loving home for pretty Purdy this Saint Valentine’s Day?
Sweetheart Purdy, a ginger and white domestic shorthair crossbreed – is one of the most affectionate cats RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre have ever had in their care.
Sadly her owner wasn’t able to care for her and was abandoned at the centre in October.
Centre manager Mel Kermode said: “We named her Purdy after her wonderful affectionate purring.
“She has no tail but it does not seem to bother her at all. She required a dental operation in our care and is now feeling much better. She still dribbles, but with contentment.
“Purdy gives amazing cuddles, and LOVES attention. She has a great character and it is clear she just wants to be loved. She is certainly one of the most affectionate cats we’ve ever had at the centre – a real heart stealer.”
Purdy is a mature moggie aged around 14 years old, but despite her age would give her owner so much companionship and affection.
Based in Upper Colwyn Bay, the Bryn-y-Maen centre provides specialist care for domestic and farm animals, and staff also provide support to injured wildlife.
The centre can be contacted on 0300 123 0745, and all cats, and other companion animals, available for adoption can be found online.
This Valentine’s Day, the RSPCA has a number of pets who have been waiting for homes for a while or may have been overlooked due to the way they look or a medical need. All RSPCA animals available for rehoming can be seen on the website.
Should you wish to help the RSPCA, you can donate online.