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Different Coloured Eyed Cat In Bridlington Looking For Home

Different Coloured Eyed Cat In Bridlington Looking For Home

Published by Karen Liu at 10:31am 5th March 2020.

A white cat with different coloured eyes and who may also be deaf is looking for a 'forever home' in Bridlington.

Penny, aged five, came into the RSPCA BRidlington, Driffield and District branch in January, after her elderly owner could no longer care for her.

The charity says she struggled to adjust to cattery life as she missed her owner so much.

Penny has one green eye and one blue eye (known as heterochromia) and she is most likely deaf.

Staff believe she was probably born without her hearing or it degenerated soon after birth.

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Hannah Hurt, animal care assistant at RSPCA Bridlington and Driffield branch, said:

“Penny is a really sweet cat who loves fuss. It took her a little bit of time as she was pining for her owner for quite a while which meant she was stressed and upset in the cattery.

However, she has started to soften and loves affection and fuss from her favourite people!

We believe Penny, or Princess Penny as we call her, may also be deaf.

We’ve carried out sound tests to check whether she responds to noises and sometimes she does respond but it could be that she is reacting to the vibrations of the sounds, especially if she was born deaf.”

Penny will need an adult-only home and would like to be the only pet.

She would benefit from an indoor home or a home with access to a safe, enclosed garden.

Hannah added:

“We really want to see Princess Penny in a loving home with an owner who is patient and understanding as she has been through such a tough and turbulent time recently and we’d just love to see her find the forever home she deserves.”

If you think you can give Penny a loving home, contact the RSPCA Bridlington, Driffield and District branch on 07712 459857.

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