Britain's oldest rescue cat which was found wandering the streets at the age of 19 has been rehomed after her story went global.
Pops the cat was regularly overlooked because potential suitors were put off by her age and her terrifying eyes. She had slightly matted ginger fur, struggles to walk and is almost blind. And at 19 (or 93 in cat years) Pops was around five years older than the previous oldest moggy taken in by the Cats Protection League.
The charity made a national appeal for someone to rehome Pops - but they ended up receiving an international response.
Cat lovers from as far as Egypt and the USA got in touch to offer a retirement home for the previously unwanted animal, who was staying with the Cats Protection League in Radstock, near Bath.
The charity has revealed that Pops has been rehomed.
Pops was found dazed and stumbling by the side of the road in May. She was rushed to the vets by a concerned member of the public, only to be told she was simply suffering from old age.
It is thought her owner may have been an elderly person who passed away - with family members forgetting about Pops.