Letty is a beautiful three-year-old cat who is in urgent need of a new home before Christmas.
She came to Cherwell Cats Protection in August through very sad circumstances.
A couple walking on the outskirts of Bicester saw a car stop in front of them. A cardboard box was thrown from the vehicle, which then immediately drove off.
On investigating the box, which was securely taped up, they found a little cat inside.
There was no way out of the box and if she had not been found, Letty would not have survived.They immediately took her to a vet and thankfully she was unharmed.
After checking her over, the vets contacted Cherwell Cats Protection and she was brought into care. She was named Letty and was given a great deal of TLC. She is very affectionate which, in the circumstances, is surprising and is desperate for a new, loving owner to come along to take her home.
If you think you might be that person and can offer a loving home to Letty in time for Christmas, then please call Cherwell Cats Protection’s co-ordinator Pat Murdoch on 07716 596212 to talk it over.
Pat added: “May we all at Cherwell Cats Protection say a big thank you to all our supporters for your kindness and wish you all a very merry Christmas and a warm, healthy new year.
“Your support has enabled us to rehome more than 120 cats and kittens in 2014. Thank you!”
Cherwell Cats Protection is a busy branch covering Banbury, Brackley and Bicester and is staffed entirely by volunteers.
It is determined to rehome as many unwanted and abandoned cats as possible, informs people on cat welfare issues and operates a neutering programme. For more information about the charity, visit www.cats.org.uk/cherwell