A stray cat, which the RSPCA called “catopotamus” after a gentle shave that made it look like a HIPPO, is looking for a new home.
Animal charity staff had to shave Holly’s fur because of the painful knots that developed after living on the street without an owner.
Comical pictures show the cat surprised with most of its body shaved on the skin, which makes it a “hippopotamus”.
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The staff at RSPCA East Norfolk are now trying to find a home for you and describe you as a friendly and gentle cat who would be happier in a peaceful environment.
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Her fur should be brushed weekly, once she has grown, to prevent it from becoming confused again.
She has undergone a dental sterilization check which is now ready to find a home after recovering for over a month at the charity’s Great Yarmouth branch.
Anyone who thinks they can offer Holly a loving home should call the RSPCA moving line on 07867 972870 or visit the branch.
All RSPCA cats, dogs and rabbits are sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and in a flea and worm program.