Update September 25, 2020. We kinda lost track of time as far as releasing Big Paws back is concerned. It has been more than a month now and we managed to take her out on a leash. Her fur has grown so much more fully. She is slowly getting to her full potential in terms of physical looks. Unfortunately, we have been so bogged down with good news for some of our cats who got adopted and also some bad news of cats getting sick and had to bury 3 little kittens :( Thus, we do not hv time to pay much attention to her. She still has trust issues and may react rather aggressively if she feels threatened but it is obvious that in a home environment and with care she will be able to overcome this. I have added new photos of her and u can see how much better she looks now. She just need someone who believes in her and can help heal her emotionally.
'Big Paws' was found at PJ Old Town wet market more than 2 weeks ago with really bad mange around her neck area. Sofie brought her back so she can treat her. Was brought to the vet who gave her an injection and spayed her. The mange has cleared up and she has finished her anti biotics. During this recovery period she has been caged. It is now time to release her but we are hoping someone might adopt her.
We do not know her age. I listed her as 3 years old cus it's a required field.
I code name her 'Big Paws' because she has rather large paws, leading us to believe she could be of mixed breed. She is rather scared of people and is quite fierce if you try to hold her. May attempt to bite.
She is not one for the faint hearted. Suitable for one who is patient and would love the challenge as I am sure the love you will get back from her once you gain her trust will be immeasurable.
Please call or send us a message if you are up for the challenge.