Submitted by GSPCA on 19:14, 22nd Mar, 2012 | 3

Deacon the young black and white cat who wasn’t very well when he arrived at the Shelter has now had his operation to remove a total of 26 teeth leaving him with only 4 left.

This was due to a medical issue that he had and the medical treatment and care has topped over £1000.  We would like to thank everyone so far that helped donate to this lovely little lad as without kind donations, monthly giving and legacies we wouldn’t be able to care for cats like Deacon.

Not only did Deacon have most of his teeth out but as a young male entire cat we had him castrated, but fear not he had a knitted mouse to keep him company.  On his return to the Shelter only hours after having his operation he has been running around, playing and having lots of fun.

He is of course on a special wet food diet and is still under vet supervision before we can find him a new forever home.

If you would like to donate online to help cats like Deacon you can do so by going to our fundraising page -

Donate here

If you would like to become a member or donate monthly please -

Become a member or donate monthly

To find out how to knit a mouse for a homeless cat -

Knit a mouse for a homeless cat
To find out details about Cupcake Week 25th - 31st March please

GSPCA Cupcake Week Guernsey

You can register your business, school or organise one with family and friends by contacting the Shelter or popping in for a Cupcake pack.

Telephone - 01481 257261

Email - [email protected]pca.org.gg

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Comments:

"He has thank you :)"
"He is doing well, we are just keeping an eye on him before he goes up for adoption, thank you for caring"
"How is Deacon doing? has he found a new home yet?"

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