Cross-Eyed Cat Finds Forever Home At The Vet Clinic Where He Was Abandoned


Hello from Nurse Josie and Alf the cat!!

Posted by Ryde Veterinary Clinic on Thursday, September 24, 2015

When Alf came to the Ryde Veterinary Clinic as a kitten, things weren't looking good. He was abandoned in a box on the doorstep with his two siblings, and they were all in bad shape. But the clinic took him in and nurses worked around the clock to help him. Unfortunately, Alf's two siblings didn't make it. But the cross-eyed cat fought to survive, and his drive to live kept him getting stronger every day. 

At Ryde Vet Clinic we have an adoption kitten program- we take in abandoned stray kittens when we are able to, and get...

Posted by Ryde Veterinary Clinic on Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Finally, Alf grew into a healthy cat and was ready for adoption. But then he faced a new challenge. No one wanted him. But the longer he stayed in the vet clinic, the more the staff there fell in love with him. His mischievous spirit and his love for his caretakers won everyone over. Gradually, the clinic became Alf's forever home, and the staff became his family. Now they simply couldn't part with each other. 

Did you know we have an in house laboratory and are able to run various diagnostic and blood tests on site? Here is our clinic cat Alf, taking a stroll around the lab..

Posted by Ryde Veterinary Clinic on Friday, March 18, 2016

Alf greets visitors, both humans and furry patients, as they enter the clinic. He's happy to share his life with his family as he has his run of the place. This cross-eyed kitty has plenty of love, and he couldn't be happier with his life. After getting a rough start and surviving being abandoned, he's found a place where he belongs. 

Are you happy Alf has a forever home and a family? Would you adopt a cat like Alf? Let us know in the comments below!

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