Sunshine

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We have had to change our rehoming procedures as a result of COVID-19. If you are interested in a particular animal(s), please email us on reception.martlesham@rspca-ipswich.org.uk and we’ll send you an application form.

Sunshine came into our care after being found as a stray.
Poor Sunshine was not in a very good way when first arriving at the centre. She was very underweight with issues with her bowel amongst other things. After some diagnostic tests, medication and lots and lots of TLC Sunshine is finally ready to find her brand new retirement home.
Sunshine does suffer from hyperthyroidism as well as early stages of kidney disease and possible arthritic discomfort in her front leg. Despite all her problems, Sunshine loves life and her human companions. Her favourite thing is to be cuddled and put her two front paws on your shoulder and spend the day with you.
Sunshine is on a range of medications which the branch will help with funding towards. Its hard to tell how long our beautiful girl has left but we do know one thing for sure - Sunshine deserves to spend the rest of her days filled with comfort and love.
Please do not hesitate to contact the centre to talk a member of the cat team if you are interested in this wonderful girl.

  • Breed: Domestic short-haired
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: Senior
  • Living with other animals: I cannot live with a dog, I cannot live with another cat
  • Family Situation: May live with children depending on meet
  • Reference: CA215