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Mog's adventure

26/03/10

Last July, Darling Mogs came in as a stray having been looked after by a lovely lady, who was unable to carry on feeding him because she was moving away. Mogs was a very frightened, growly cat who took a long time to settle. After a while we developed a very loving bond & he relaxed & would purr & knead all of the time. He had a very strange short tail, obviously taken off somehow. There was some interest in him but I was reluctant to let him go. I finally decided it was not fair & he needed his own home. He went with what I thought was a very responsible family. They took him & Tigger our wandering cat. Within the first 2 days they not only lost Tigger, but also my lovely Mogs! We found Tigger a few days later, but despite all the posters, leaflets, knocking on doors, there was no sign of Mogs. I tried not give up hope especially as I knew he was micro chipped. So much time passed & this winter I thought of him a lot & wondered how he was coping with the awful weather. Hope began to fade that he would ever be found, until last week! A vet in Burnt Ash Rise phoned me & informed me that a ginger & white cat had been found with one of my microchips. I could not think who it was, until they mentioned his short tail. I nearly crashed my car! & immediately raced to pick him up. Mogs did not forgot me & I give him so many kisses & cuddles every day. I don't think I can ever home him again & he is now likely to become another long term resident of Romney House!

13/05/12

On Friday night Mog collapsed and was unable to stand. Silvana looked after him all night, but sadly it was decided that he had to be put to sleep. He loved his time at Romney House.

 

Mogs - before

Mogs - before

Look at Mogs now... all sproosed up & enjoying life

Look at Mogs now... all sproosed up & enjoying life

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