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Wedged Wallie needs a home
10:50am Saturday 12th January 2013 in News
A cat rescued after becoming wedged for two days between two brick walls is now ready to find a new home.
The black and white male, called Wallie, was stuck in the Sainsbury’s car park in Worthing last November.
He suffered head injuries and was treated by staff at Grove Lodge vets in the town before being transferred to the RSPCA centre in Patcham.
Wallie was not neutered at the time and staff believe he had wandered off to find a female before becoming trapped.
RSPCA worker Cheryl Wood said: “He had a serious head injury and this has left him with a slight tilt to his head but there is no neurological damage and he has no health problems.
“He is extremely affectionate but he is not sure about other cats so we think he would be better off in a home without other pets.”
Wallie, who is about a year old, has now been neutered.
Anyone interested in offering him a home should call the centre on 01273 554218.
It is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10.30am to 4pm.
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