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A cat who was "at death's door" has wowed with her incredible transformation.

Molly, a Persian-cross kitten, was living in a rundown home in South Wales in November before she was rescued.

The neglected feline suffered a tumour in her ear canal, she was underweight, had cat flu, an ear infection and a severe head tilt.

Vets also found Molly was showing repeated "circling behaviour" which is associated with extreme distress.

When the vets operated to remove the tumour, they weren't sure whether the cat would ever really recover.

But when Molly was given a new home with Mrs Jackson, the RSPCA were stunned to see the little cat's transformation.

Over the Christmas season, the kitten settled into her new home in Rhondda Cynon Taf and is on track to being happy and healthy.

Her new owner said: "I am so pleased I could give her a new home for Christmas.

"Life already wouldn't be the same without her here. She is such a happy and affectionate little thing.

"She is recovering so well and is the happiest little companies who now has long fur and is incredibly playful with a zest for life.

"Molly loves playing with her toys and her circling has decreased a lot."

Gemma Cooper, a RSCPA inspector, added: "It's miraculous – in all my years I've never seen a comeback like this.

"She's well on the road to recovery and is the happy news we all needed this Christmas.

"Initially her prospects were really bad, vets thought she might be at death's door.

"Fortunately the operation was a complete success and the staff at Maes Glas vets in Brackla were absolutely fantastic."

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