A black and white cat, which it is thought would have dropped from a window, made a miracle return, says RSPCA
Anis is just over one year old. He was looked after by the Ashleigh Veterinary Center for the last two months after college, last week and was in charge of the RSPCA Altrincham branch.
It is thought that he dropped out of the window because his former proprietor discovered his neck collapsed below the window.
It first seemed that bad Anis may be paralyzed as a consequence of a spinal cord or brain injury, because when he first entered the veterinarians he could not move his extremities or sit or stand.
RSPCA Altrincham foster Nicola Raven said: “Day physiotherapy and management of the pain helped him regain mobility and then he began sitting, standing up and lastly moving again. If he gets over-excited he can lose his equilibrium, but he has recovered greatly all over thanks to the care of Ashleigh Vets and is prepared to discover his home in eternity.
“His way of jumping and climbing is quite unique compared with the average cat, so his look is to find a spacious indoor home or a homeshop with a fully enclosed garden so he can still enjoy his abnormal walk and don’t worry about his unusual walking.
“Anis would prefer to be an only cat so he can have all the fuss and attention to himself, and he would be best suited to a relatively quiet home with no young children as he can be a bit particular about how and where he is handled.
“He’s a glad, purry tom-cat chunk, he enjoys a chin tickle and gives you headbumps despite his harsh beginning.” He makes the correct family a beautiful animal. He is already microchipped, neutered and fully vaccinated before he is rehomed.