Vetsure Covid-19 Update
The Vetsure team are fully set up to work from home. It's business as usual for us so please feel free to call us to talk about your policy or email [email protected] To help us minimise delay, we're asking you to avoid posting claim forms to us where possible. Claims can be emailed to us at [email protected] or, if your practice is part of our network, please ask your Vet to submit your claim digitally via their Vetsure e-claims option. Thank you. We wish you and your pets the very best of health.
Call our quote line
The tiny ball of fur, thought to be four weeks old, was handed to train staff who passed her on to the animal charity The Blue Cross. Veterinary nurses cleaned up the young cat, who was found on Monday evening covered in a sticky substance and named her Victoria after the central London station where she was found.
A spokesman for the charity, based close to Victoria station, said: “It is a mystery as to why she was left on her own, without her mum or possible littermates. “Little Victoria is certainly one of the most unusual items of lost property handed in to London Underground.” Because the kitten is so young and should be feeding from her mother, the nurses have been hand feeding her and providing round-the-clock care. Victoria is doing well and will be transferred to its rehoming centre in Lewknor, Oxfordshire, next week.