August 2023

Bennett

As a rescue kitty, Bennett and his brother had a real hard start to life. 

When they first came into care we lost his brother due to congenital deformity but little Bennett (Benny Bat) was a fighter and grew into a very loving sweet but highly energetic kitten that just loved his people. 

All was going well until Benny Bat was desexed, after his surgery he became lethargic and wasn’t interested in playing or getting up to his normal chaotic antics.  Then he started having seizures, got a wobbly walk, his eyes went funny and he was so sad. 

His FIP journey has been a bit rocky and there was a few setbacks along the way but now he’s passed his observation with flying colours and is back to his normal hectic loving, playful self and is ready to find his special furever home. 

A huge thanks to FIP Cats Australia for supporting us through his treatment.  He is just the sweetest little guy.  

Gru

Gru is now officially a FIP survivor! 

I have my cheeky, quirky, firey little red head back- a far cry from the position he was in when this awful illness almost stole his life away from him in mid May.

My heartfelt gratitude just doesn’t seem enough but it goes out to Adele, Ange & all my FIPCA friends that helped support Gru & I to get him over the finish line.

A huge thanks to the man himself, he was a very well behaved patient right throughout his journey. Gru you went in to fight the fight & you came out the other side. Gru, you are one of my littlest loves & always will be 💞💖

Willow

Willow was very sick with wet FIP  and  hospitalised on injectable anti- virals  & supportive treatment for the commencement of her 84 day regimen.

Well Willow  has  now completed  her 84 day observation period and is officially  a FIP SURVIVOR.