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Deaf cat Sandy seeks a deaf owner

Posted on 27/02/2013

We are lending a helping paw in finding an elderly deaf cat a purrfect home.

A deaf cat, SandyJoining forces with Caterham, Redhill and East Surrey Cats Protection, we are seeking a loving owner for 16 year-old Sandy, who due to her deafness can be quite loud without meaning to be, including in the early hours of the morning. She would strongly suit someone who is deaf and can offer a home where there are no other pets or small children – and no immediate neighbours!

Branch Co-ordinator of Caterham, Redhill and East Surrey Cats Protection, Jacky Eyres, said: “Sandy is a sweet girl who came to us as a stray, desperate for love and a home. She would make a fantastic house cat as she snoozes most of the day away but would like her owner to be around a lot of the time. It would be the cat’s whiskers to see her find a home to call her own.”

Can you offer a lap to this gentle moggy? Email to find out more.

Contact for general media enquiries:

Nicki Elworthy, Junior PR Officer, email:, telephone: 020 7296 8137.

Notes for Editors:

  1. High resolution jpeg images of Sandy are available.
  2. Action on Hearing Loss is the charity working for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced - and where people value and look after their hearing.
  3. For further information about Action on Hearing Loss or to become a member, visit, contact our Information Line on telephone: 0808 808 0123 (freephone) or 0808 808 9000 (textphone) or email

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