Oscar the cat came into the care of our Clacton centre back in June because his previous owners were moving, but weren't able to take him with them.
He proved himself to be a very friendly boy to our staff, and he loved nothing more than his cuddles with the cattery team.
After his routine health checks and vaccinations, it became apparent that Oscar also needed a dental to remove one of his canine teeth.
Unfortunately, after the removal of his tooth, the bone was exposed so he had to undergo a second dental operation to rectify this.
Finally, he was given a full bill of health and was made available for adoption.
Whilst fit, healthy and raring to go, Oscar remained in NAWT care without a home to call his own. So we were delighted when, after 117 days in our care, Oscar finally headed off happily to his forever home.
His new owner Carol, has told us how much of a joy Oscar has been.
She said: “He has settled in beautifully, he loves sunning himself in the conservatory, getting up to mischief climbing everywhere and chatting away.”
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