Wink, a 3-year-old Persian, was welcomed into Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary (BCFS) in August 2017. At that time, BCFS was approached by a local humane society to take in a cat, renamed Wink, who had been rescued from a breeding situation in the Niagara Region.
Wink had been subject to severe neglect and came to BCFS with an ulcer in one eye and the other eye having ruptured. Wink required surgery on the ruptured eye to remove the remaining tissue, clear up the infection, and sew up the damage. We knew that Wink deserved a chance at a pain-free and loving life, and with financial support from the community and Dunnville Vet Clinic, she was able to get the treatment she needed.
Thankfully, Wink did very well with her surgery. The team at the Dunnville Vet Clinic were able to clean out her eye socket, close up the lid, and spay her. The staff instantly fell in love with Wink and said she was an “adorable wee girl” – but we already knew that! While in recovery with her foster mama, we also learned that Wink cries if left alone, is very sensitive to and aware of the sound of her human’s voice, and purrs like crazy!
It seemed that Wink’s good luck did not end after her successful surgery. Soon after her recovery, our sweet girl received an adoption application from a wonderful couple with rescue-cat experience. We are happy to say that Wink has now gone to her forever home, where she will be welcomed by her lovely new parents and fur-siblings.
Thank you and congratulations to Ellen, Alexander, Wink, and the rest of the fur family. This charming girl deserves a wonderful life and we are delighted that Wink has found her perfect match.