Published 12 December 2014
After we received a cruelty complaint about Yowie’s neglect, our rescue team rushed him to vet care where it was discovered one of his eyes had to be removed, and he would have only limited sight in the remaining eye.
Yowie has since been recovering in the loving care of Tall Oak Farm, but the time has come for him to move to his forever home.
Yowie is too gorgeous for words, he is cuddly and gentle and loves a head scratch. Due to his limited sight and particularly pink skin Yowie needs a very special home with plenty of shade and very few obstacles. He also needs a family who is home for most of the time. If you think you could offer beautiful Yowie a home please contact us, or otherwise share this widely so that we can find Yowie the perfect home.
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