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Some of you may remember Melrosa (now called Molly) who was adopted late last year after she had been highly contaminated by motion activated air fresheners.  We feared she would have permanent neurological damage.  She nearly died several times before she was returned to our care and it was touch and go not long after she was adopted the second time.

As a result of this, Molly requires a urinary diet although she was fed normal wet food.  She was regularly becoming unwell before her owner found information online that urinary cats are not supposed to eat fish!  Eliminating this from her and her three housemates diets has transformed her in to a normal, although quite crazy, cat once again!  We are so glad that Molly has such an understanding forever home <3