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Dora

Dora, more like A-Dora-Able. This lovely lady is just so sweet and friendly and loves her fuss. She is just happy to have someone to hang out with and when she has had her fill goes off for a snooze. Dora would enjoy a nice chilled out spot where she can get you all to herself and just enjoy being part of the family. She is as good as gold and despite her medical treatment has never let that stop her from getting some fuss. She could live with children aged 14+ so long as they are calm and respectful and have been around cats before as she can be a bit worried by loud noises. So if you have a nice little garden for Dora to explore and lots of love to give make sure you keep on reading to find out about the rest of her re-homing requirements and a word about her medical history.

Dora is available

If you are interested in adopting Dora, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

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  • Age
  • 11 years 9 months old
  • Colour
  • Black/White
  • Sex
  • female
  • Reason for arrival
  • Change of Circumstances
  • Can be left alone?
  • Full working day
  • Can live with dogs?
  • No
  • Can live with cats?
  • No
  • Can live with children?
  • Yes
  • Garden required?
  • Yes
  • Medical conditions?
  • See 'Other Notes' section for more info

Other Notes

Dora arrived at Mayhew with crusting on the bridge and nares of the nose. In pink-nosed cats there is no protective pigment so there is always a concern of skin cancer from ultraviolet light exposure. Biopsies revealed an in situ carcinoma. The main differential was that of a Bowenoid in situ carcinoma. We spoke to the veterinary pathologist about treatment and cryosurgery (freezing the cancerous cells on the nose) was available to Mayhew. Dora's nose has had the cryosurgery and she now has a nice pink nose again. The adopter will need to be aware that there is always a possibility of the cancer returning and will need to see their vet regularly to keep an eye on things.

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Dora is available

If you are interested in adopting Dora, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

How Rehoming Works

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