Cross-eyed cat Cassie in search of a new home
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A black cat with eyes that appear constantly crossed is on the lookout for a loving home.
Five year old Cassie has been at Axhayes Adoption Centre since September.
She needed surgery on both eyes because she had entropion, a genetic condition causing irritation and infection.
Although she may need further attention to her eyes in future, she no longer needs medication and is ready to move into a new home.
Despite her unusual facial expression, she has a loving and inquisitive nature.
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Deputy manager Jackie Phipp said: "Cassie is a real character and loves to play with the toys in her pen.
"We often see her charging around after a toy mouse as we walk past.
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"She will make a fun, loving addition to any family. She could live with other cats and perhaps children after a successful introduction at the centre. She will also benefit from a secure garden where she can enjoy playing and exploring."
Anyone interested in adopting Cassie, or any of the other cats and kittens at Axhayes, can visit the centre online , or call in on Mondays to Sundays between 11am and 3pm or on Thursdays 11am to 7pm, or call 01395 232 377.