Ginger Ninja

Some of you may remember that I had an intact tom cat coming in my house. I was contacted by Lost and Found Cats Norwich who helped me trap him and took him to a foster home where he could be assessed.

He was in a bad way sadly. He’d several broken teeth that needed to be removed. He had a high worm burden which is being treated. And he’s now been neutered.

He’s been in foster care for two months now and he’s come a long way. From being hard to get near to purring. But he’s still got a long way to go as he’s still very scared and shutdown.

Today I went to see him. And for the first time, I got to give him a little stroke. They’ve nicknamed him Ninja.

He’s safe, warm and gets fed regularly. He’s a lovely boy. And clearly had a hard paper-round. I felt dreadful trapping him at first. Given his broken teeth, he must have been in so much pain. I know now that I did the right thing.


2 thoughts on “Ginger Ninja

  1. Such a heartwarming post! I’m so glad you were able to get him, you definitely helped give him a bright future after receiving the care he so desperately needed! 🙂 We have a havaheart trap at the farm to help us catch the stays that wonder into our barns or arena throughout the year, especially in the winter. Usually they end up with loving families through our vet after being spayed or neutered, but a few of our riders have took one home as well.


    1. Oh that’s wonderful too. I wish people would get their animals neutered. I don’t get it. It’s not that expensive. Intact males can kill another cat over territory. 😔

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