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Back at the beginning of September 2019 a beautiful young cat was brought to us for urgent medical treatment after suffering a devastating injury to her hind leg. Her owners were desperate to get her treated and save her as she was a valuable member of the family we were told. Unfortunately, her owners abandoned her at the veterinary clinic and stopped answering their phones.

This little cat had such a sweet and amazing nature we felt we had to do something to find her a new forever home, so an appeal was started to get some assistance with her medical costs.

Thanks to the amazing generosity of clients and the public that had heard about Peggi’s plight, we were able to raise enough in donations to cover her basic veterinary costs allowing us to find her a new home.

She spent 8 weeks at the veterinary clinic recovering from first, her amputation procedure, then her desexing and routine vaccinations. Not once did her beautiful nature falter through the constant confinement and rehabilitation. She was just as sweet as the day she came in. We knew this little girl was someone very special.

There was a huge number of families that wanted to offer Peggi a forever home and we received many applications from people wanting to adopt our special three-legged girl. From all these applications, there was one that stood out as the right place for Peggi. Her lucky day was finally here, and we were all so excited.

Little Peggi has now been with her new family for almost a week. She is such a good fit; it is like she has been there forever. She has two beautiful siblings to play with and a beautiful new mum that is helping her to thrive.

Peggi is one of the lucky ones that was able to have a second chance at finding happiness due to the outstanding generosity of the Whyalla community.

A huge thank you to Susan Edwards for taking in this beautiful girl, providing her with an amazing forever home and for her regular updates on how she is doing. A big thank you to the Whyalla community for their generosity. We are all so glad that she has found such a loving home and family.

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