Cillian came to us in October 2017, along with his three housemates (Farrel, Sinead & Sybill). Before they’ve all ended up in CSF, they had an owner and all of them were living in an apartment in Belgrade. Unfortunately, their owner died and the new heir didn’t want to take care of them, so she authorized her lawyer to “take care of the problem”. Luckily, this lawyer is an avid animal lover, so instead of throwing them out on the street, he kept feeding them for weeks while he was trying to find good homes for all of them.
Time was running out, but no one wanted to adopt adult cats, so this noble man turned to us. And although we were already crowded and in huge debts, we couldn’t turn our backs to these poor itties who have lost not only the person who loved them most, but who lost their home as well. We took them in, they are still adjusting and starting to fit in. Perhaps they’re still not aware that they’ve found a home they’ll never lose again or that no one will ever kick them out. Of course, neither Cillian nor his mates were vaccinated, spayed and neutered, so these procedures will have to be done asap in the right time and in the right order.
Cillian had a bad case of conjunctivitis upon his arrival. He is not people friendly, but he can be seen around.
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