A CAT that made a miraculous recovery after falling from window is looking for a new home.

Vets thought one-year-old Anis would be paralysed but he has made a great recovery

Anis, who is just over one-year-old, came into the care of the RSPCA Altrincham branch last week after being cared for by Ashleigh Veterinary Centre for the last two months following his fall.

It is believed he fell out of the window as his previous owner found him collapsed underneath the window with injuries to his neck.

Initially, it appeared that poor Anis might be paralysed as a result of a spinal cord or brain injury as he was unable to move his limbs or sit or stand when he first came into the vets.

Nicola Raven, fosterer at the RSPCA Altrincham branch, said: “Daily physiotherapy and pain management helped him regain his mobility and he gradually started to sit, then stand and then finally walk again. He can lose his balance if he gets over-excited but on the whole, he has made a great recovery thanks to the care of Ashleigh Vets and he is now ready to find his forever home.

“He has a rather unique walk and slightly different ways of jumping and climbing compared to the average cat, so he’s looking for a spacious indoor home or a home with a fully enclosed garden so he can still have plenty of fun and not worry about his unusual walk holding him back.

“Anis would prefer to be an only cat so he can have all the fuss and attention to himself, and he would be best suited to a relatively quiet home with no young children as he can be a bit particular about how and where he is handled.

“Despite his rough start, he’s a happy, purry chunk of a tom cat who loves a chin tickle and to give you head bumps. He will make a lovely pet for the right family. He has already been neutered and microchipped, and he will be fully vaccinated prior to rehoming.”

If you think you can give Anis a loving home, please contact Nicola on 07887362006 or email rspcacheshirehomevisits@gmail.com

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