My name is Holly and I was having a tough time before the Animal Accident Rescue Unit found me. I was very poorly, covered in fleas and ended up having most of my teeth removed. Thankfully, I’m now on the mend and getting stronger each day. However, because of my dental problems, as well as some renal issues, I’m now a permanent foster cat with the Charity.
The Animal Accident Rescue Unit has a lifelong commitment to the animals it rescues. This means cats that aren’t able to be rehomed due to medical conditions, are cared for by the Charity’s network of fosterers for the rest of their lives, with the Charity providing financial support.
My fosterer calls me the perfect cat. I’m very bright, friendly and affectionate despite everything I’ve been through. I talk to my fosterers constantly and like to tell them what I’ve been up to. I enjoy a lot of attention and will curl up on their knee for a cuddle at the end of the day.
I love my food – even though I’ve had to have most of my teeth out! I suppose it’s because when I was a stray, I was never sure where my next meal was coming from. Despite being a middle aged lady, I’m still pretty playful and enjoy a game or two with my fosterers.
“This cat is not available for adoption due to their health issues but you can donate to help Animal Accident Rescue Unit to cover the cost of vets bills, regular medication and food.
“The Charity has a life long commitment to the animals it rescues, which can be very costly especially for those with complex medical conditions. As we take in more cats with long-term health problems that prevent them being available for general adoption we have to rely on our network of caring permanent cat fosterers to give these cats the love and attention they deserve.
“To donate, please visit our website: http://www.animalaccident.org.uk/donate/
“If you are interested in becoming a permanent cat fosterer, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.”