Kesha was found on the streets of Kaluga – skinny, dirty and scared. He is a pedigree cat and obviously was a pet once.
The volunteers we work with put him in a foster home and started searching for his owners in case he had got lost. Noone came forward. We paid for his castration and he was then released but is being fed and looked after by the volunteers while they are hoping to find him a new home. They simply cannot afford to pay foster home fees indefinitely. We really hope he will find a new home soon and before the summer is over… He is such a lovely boy!