The CAT premises are getting fuller by the moment. Do you have a forever home to offer one of these cuties? All of these cats have been spayed, neutered and are up-to-date on their vaccinations.
Luca Aged 2 When found, Luca needed lots of treatment for ringworm and was rather depressed. Since caring for him, however, he has blossomed into a sweet, gentle and happy cat who is so pleased to watch the activity of the other cats in the room and finally enjoy attention from kind people.
Eddie Aged 2 Found in the busy West Bay area, Eddie was dumped by his previous owners (he was microchipped) and was never reclaimed. He is deaf and has one blue and one amber eye. However, he doesn’t let his lack of hearing stop him from being playful. He is a lovable boy.
Blu Aged 1 Blu was rescued as a kitten. He had been attacked – he had severe injuries on his lower back and his tail was broken. While he healed perfectly, his tail is still crooked. He has a calm personality and is good with other cats but is also happy to sleep comfortably on his own.
Tammy Aged 1 Tammy was found in West Bay living in a garage basement, most likely after having been dumped. She had a wound on her leg, which with some TLC has now healed. She’s a lovely and friendly cat who likes to entertain herself but is also playful and social.
Pablo Aged 5 months Pablo was found as a kitten, his mum nowhere to be found. Pablo was hand-reared and bottle-fed and soon went from a starving little kitten to a five-month-old beauty. He’s also good with other cats, humans and even dogs.
Marsha Aged 1 A sweet and playful cat, Marsha loves nothing better than pretending she is a monkey. She loves to climb the cage and has been the one to teach all the other cats at CAT how to do it. She’s good with people, other cats and children.
Candy Candy is an unwanted Persian whose previous owners dumped her on the streets. She came to us in a dreadful state – with a broken jaw and a gangrenous leg. Despite her desperate state, everything she had was found to be treatable. She is still undergoing treatment and her leg needed to be amputated. Funds are desperately needed for vet bills which are high but necessary to give this little girl her second chance. To donate, contact CAT on Facebook or drop donations at Al Tamimi Vet Clinic, Katara Cultural Village (4408 1491).