Longstaying cat at adoption centre given happy ending
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The longest staying cat at a Norfolk adoption centre has finally been given the chance he deserved.
After 175 days in care, this cat found his purr-fect match and has been given a better life in a new home.
PussKitt, referred to as P-K, has been at the Downham Market Cats Protection adoption centre since February, making him the longest residing cat at the centre this year.
The 10-year-old black male has a history of health problems which meant he was overlooked for adoption.
P-K suffers from arthritis in his hips and had urinary tract infections.
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His previous owner gave him up after he was unable to care for him.
The centre were overjoyed by the adoption on Wednesday, August 21, with staff sending P-K off with a tearful but happy goodbye.
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Lindsay Tempest, Adoption Centre Manager, said: "He had a tough road to plough, but we were confident P-K could charm the right new family."