Unlucky cat Sophie is looking for a forever home

‘Six months later, out of the blue, we received a call from a lady who had found a thin and very hungry cat in her garden.

‘We asked her to take the cat to a vet to see if it was microchipped so the owners could be traced, which she did – and it was Sophie! We think she’d been living outside and fending for herself.

‘We think Sophie’s the unluckiest cat in the West Midlands – but we really hope her luck is about to change.’

Eight-year-old Sophie needs a quiet home with no young children or other pets, as she can be a bit fussy. She has a lovely nature, though, and deserves a load of love.

If you live in the West Midlands and are interested in adopting Sophie, call branch welfare co-ordinator Dave Widdows on 07913 301788.



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