A cat who had his leg amputated after a suspected fall from a block of flats in Aberdeen has been successfully rehomed, an animal charity has said.
Orwell was rescued by the Scottish SPCA in October 2022, after he was found lying immobile and vomiting by a member of the public.
The young cat’s front leg was found to be completely broken and needed to be amputated, followed by rehabilitation and care at the SSPCA’s Aberdeenshire Rescue and Rehoming Centre.
Two months later, Orwell was spotted by Margaret and Anne and it was “love at first sight”.
He is now “living his dream life” in the Trossachs.
The couple renamed him Jura, as his grey fur and amber eyes match their favourite whisky and holiday destination.
The pair are delighted to have Jura as part of the family, the Scottish SPCA said, and particularly enjoy watching him play with shoe laces and his homemade catnip mouse.
A statement by the charity read: “His zoomies up and down the stairs and bedtime cuddles more than make up for his resistance to his daily (and very necessary) grooming sessions.
“We are so glad Jura has found the loving home he deserves after his injuries last year and would like to thank Margaret and Anne for sharing stories of his wonderful new life.
“If you would like to offer one of our animals like Jura a loving home, please visit our rehoming section and apply online.
“If anyone is concerned about an animal, please do not hesitate to contact our confidential animal helpline on 03000 999 999.”