Puska was found as a stray with small injuries everywhere, either she’d been mistreated or it was simply the fact that she’s had to scavenge for food, no one to care for her or look out for her. She is SOOOOO cuddly, soft and easy to fit into any family, she’s OK with other cats too
She is magnificent with long ginger fur, an amazing, cuddly, friendly cat.
A couple of weeks after she arrived with us, Puska started to have short attacks of panic, she would dribble and didn’t seem aware of her surroundings, her pupils dilated. The third attack lasted 2 hours during which time she was hospitalised in urgence. We carried out MRI scans, and extensive blood tests. We believe Puska to be epileptic, which may be the reason for her abandon. Since on medication, her attacks have disappeared. At Chats du Quercy, cat care is our priority, so we are hoping to find an adoptant who will continue Puska’s care, with the financial support of Chats du Quercy.
Date de Naissance (souvent approximative) : 1/8/2014
Apparence : chat de gouttière angora
De couleur : Rousse à poil long
Besoin accès extérieur : idéalement