Linggit

Special Needs Cat

Linggit, whom we also call Lingling or Clingcling because of how clingy she is, is a very affectionate and needy cat. She was rescued as a kitten, and has always been skinny and frail.

At a very young age, Linggit is already losing her teeth one by one due to chronic gingivitis. This causes her to stop eating for long periods of time, and she is often needing subcutaneous fluids and dental surgery.

This is why she was never admitted to PAWS after her foster period, because she has very slim chances of getting picked over the healthier and equally affectionate cats at the shelter.

Linggit

Special Needs Cat

Linggit, whom we also call Lingling or Clingcling because of how clingy she is, is a very affectionate and needy cat. She was rescued as a kitten, and has always been skinny and frail.

At a very young age, Linggit is already losing her teeth one by one due to chronic gingivitis. This causes her to stop eating for long periods of time, and she is often needing subcutaneous fluids and dental surgery.

This is why she was never admitted to PAWS after her foster period, because she has very slim chances of getting picked over the healthier and equally affectionate cats at the shelter.

Become Linggit's BFF

It is quite expensive to look after the Little Lingling. She can only eat wet food, so we always need to have canned food in stock. We also feed her softened kibble, but this princess can be a bit picky! We would love for her to have a BFF just to help a bit with her wet food supply and frequent vet visits.

Linggit's Wishlist

  • Wet cat food
  • Cat treats
  • Scratch board
  • Cat tree
  • Cat litter
  • LC-vit (multi-vitamins)

When you become Linggit's BFF, you will receive monthly newsletters with updates on her well-being. You may also request for a 5-minute Zoom call so you can see how she's doing.

Rescue Story

Linggit was found right in the middle of a residential intersection. Luckily, a passing PAWS volunteer who lived nearby saw her and decided to pick her up. After attempting to find her owner or littermates to no avail, she decided to foster her.

Meet your BFFs

Browse our residents' profiles, photos, and rescue stories and learn how you can help

Become a BFF

Sponsor one or more of our senior and special needs animals to become an official BFF

FAQ

Got a question? Find the answer here.

Resources

Pet Care & Animal Welfare Articles

Volunteer

COMING SOON!