A group of cats was recently abandoned at our Birmingham Adoption Centre. Two female adults were accompanied by six eight-week-old kittens, several of which were showing signs of mild cat flu, plus eye infections. All were seen and treated by a vet and have now been nursed back to health.
|The family of polydactyl cats|
A cat normally has 18 toes (five on each front paw and four on each hind paw), but the number of toes per cat in the Polydactyl family ranges from 22 to 27 – giving the group a total of 180 toes in one pen!
For more information on the cats or to register an interest in adoption, contact the Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre on 01564 822 020 or firstname.lastname@example.org