A ONE-year-old cat who was found heavily pregnant and homeless is looking for her forever home.
Her concerned finder saw the cat in distress and rushed her to Blue Cross in Radcliffe, where a foster home was quickly found to provide her with all the care she needed.
Named ‘Cleo’ she was taken to see a vet to treat an ulceration on her eyes, a flea infestation and ear mites. She gave birth to four kittens the following day.
Sadly one had a serious condition and the decision was made to euthanise, but happily the other three have all since found loving homes.
Cleo, however, has been left on the shelf and has been overlooked for over four months.
Charlotte Ayres, Animal Welfare Assistant at Blue Cross in Radcliffe said: “It is such a shame poor Cleo still hasn’t found a home. She has been homeless for far longer than