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Since its foundation in 1997, St. Francis Hospice has had the privilege to care for many, many cats. Here is a role call of our current residents.

Click here to see pictures of those that are, sadly, no longer with the Hospice.

 
   
                     
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    Jiminy:
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

Arrival date 5th March 2010
Fostered 2012

Jiminy was thrown a lifeline when he was offered a home at St Francis as his only other option was euthanasia. He has settled in well and has shown no sign of any other health problems so far.

 

 
   
    Ace:
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus//Stomatitis

Arrival date 22nd April 2009

Ace arrived in April 2009. When Ace first came to SFHFC he suffered with Stomatitis and used to require monthly injections to ease his condition. Thankfully over the time this has subsided and more recently his health has been very good. He is a very laid back cat and is estimated to be about 8 or 9 years old. Ace is a loveable character and enjoys rolling onto his back for you to rub his tummy. He enjoys the company of most of the other residents but seems to be happiest when being fussed by us humans.

 
   
    Will:
Geriatric

Arrival date 10th February 2008

Will is one of the hooligans living at the hospice, he has been know to cause a raised paw or two over the years. Saying that he has mellowed a little and can now often be found in the potting shed curled up in one of the cat beds.

 
   
    Winston:
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

Arrival date 6th October 2005

Winston arrived back in 2005, he was transferred from another Cat Rescue due to being FIV positive. Winston is a lovable ginger old boy. He has recently started to show signs of aging due to a bit of weight loss and the deterioration in his coat quality.

 
   
    Zak:
Physically mistreated//Wired Jaw

Arrival date 29th December 1999

Zak was horrifically injured after being kicked and left in a gutter. He needed surgery to repair his jaw with wire, which he still has, but thankfully this has not put him off receiving fuss from humans. His injuries occurred back in December 1999, so Zak is a long standing resident at St Francis.

 
   
    Bobby:

Arrival date 11th February 2008

Bobby is a gentle soul who spends the majority of his time in the Garden Room. He enjoys affection but you always have to look for him as he is always at the back of the queue.

 
   
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