Oldies Club

Nourishing (RSPCA Sheffield)

This animal has found a new home and is no longer looking.
9th November 2011

Nourishing (RSPCA Sheffield)

posted in Rehomed Cats & Others |

2/12/11 We are so pleased to hear that Nourishing (Nushy!), who had suffered terrible abuse, has gone to a fabulous new home. :)

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Nourishing is a dear little lady who has suffered terrible human abuse. She is 10 years old and in the care of RSPCA Sheffield.

Nourishing deserves an extra special home with lots of love and TLC as she arrived at the RSPCA in extreme pain. She had been repeatedly kicked by a group of youths. They fractured her pelvis, and the rest of her body was badly injured. As this sweet girl is an older lady with a touch of arthritis, it’s hard to even imagine how much pain she has suffered.

Thankfully, Nourishing has made a good recovery, but she will always have an odd hind leg gait. She is such a gentle, shy girl and has a sweet and affectionate nature: she would like to put the past behind her and move on. She needs an indoor-only home where she will be safe and can relax in comfort. She adores fuss and to be groomed and she just loves to be with you.

Could you offer Nourishing the loving home she truly deserves?

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If you are interested in offering Nourishing a new home, please read RSPCA Sheffield’s adoption procedures before contacting them as follows:

Tel: 0114 289 8050
Email: reception@rspcasheffield.org

Please mention that you saw Nourishing on the Oldies Club website.

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RSPCA Sheffield’s rehoming policy:
All of our animals are assessed during their stay with us and we will always try to match the right animal with the right owner, making recommendations as to their suitability for potential owners. Please see our FAQ section for commonly asked questions and answers.

This animal has found a new home and is no longer looking.
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