Submitted by Steve on 18:21, 14th May, 2015 | 0

Yesterday we told you about Dude a very sick old stray cat that was found on the Bridge in St Sampson's.

He has just arrived back from the vets having had some tests and is a very tired lad so is currently asleep after a long day.

We are pleased that thankfully he has tested negative for feline aids and leukemia, but we have discovered he has high blood pressure which has resulted in his eyes hemorrhaging which has caused a loss in his sight.

We are awaiting further results which include tests for his thyroid and renal.

Anna Paint Senior Animal Care Assistant said "Dude the very old stray cat is very tired after his long day out at the vets."

"We are pleased he doesn't have cat aids or leukemia although it is very sad to find out that due to his high blood pressure he has lost his sight."

"We are expecting a call from the vets in the morning to find out how his renal and thyroid levels are but this poor old cat has been through a lot for such a lovely boy."

"It would be lovely if anyone would like to donate towards his care as the costs for all his tests will likely cost hundreds of pounds as well as all the treatment that he needs."

"We will keep everyone up to date on how this lovely lad gets on and thank you to everyone for the kind words."

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A very old thin sick stray cat found on the Bridge now at the GSPCA

Posted by GSPCA on Wednesday, 13 May 2015

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