Pet of the week: Help Lilly blossom

Lilly-Louise, whose tail had to be amputated
Lilly-Louise, whose tail had to be amputated
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This cuddly cat’s life could soon take a turn for the better.

As reported in The Gazette last week, 19-month-old Lilly-Louise was one of two cats who had to have their tails amputated after being neglected by their owner Kevin Keane.

Keane was given 100 hours’ community service for his crimes, but now Lilly-Louise is looking for a new home after being taken in by staff at the RSPCA’s Longview shelter.

She would be best suited to a family with older children because she does occasionally nip at people, and needs a garden due to her active nature.

Her amputated tail doesn’t cause her any problems and she has been neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped, as well as having the relevant flea and worm injections.

You could give Lilly-Louise a second chance for an adoption fee of £60.

To enquire about rehoming her call the shelter on (01253) 763991.

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