Recently, Judy faced an emergency health situation which saw her hospitalised for several weeks.
She said, “My friends immediately contacted the local RSPCA Shelter. It was such a relief to know that my precious pets were in excellent hands. They kept close contact with me throughout my hospitalisation.”
After a long stay in hospital and ongoing health issues, Judy sadly realised she could no longer care for her beautiful cat Monty when she returned home. So, this dear nineteen-year-old cat was rehomed into a loving, new family.
That’s where Leslie’s story with Monty began.
Leslie lost her beloved 15-year-old cat to aggressive cancer and after months of grieving, she knew her empty house and heart were in need of a new furry companion. That’s when she found Monty, a Second Chance Senior looking for a new home at the RSPCA and decided to adopt.
Leslie says, “Monty has settled in well and is very mellow but still has lots of love to give. Just as the RSPCA described him! He has a few favourite spots to nap around the house. He can be quite vocal, but I also enjoy having him curl up on my lap every chance he gets. I was also quite pleasantly surprised at how spry and agile he still is! No doubt a credit to former owner for keeping him in such good health all of these years!”
“I don't see myself as Monty's new owner. Monty's original owner will always have that title. I see myself as Monty's trusted guardian for this final chapter of his life and look forward to making sure it is the best chapter ever!”