Many thanks to the Joint Animal Welfare Society – JAWS for PAWS who made it an afternoon to remember for those who supported our cats & attended the Douliana benefit at Taverna Ntouliana on Friday. An amazing €1075 was raised and everyone has commented how lovely the venue was so thanks also to the restaurant staff who worked so hard.
You are amazing!
We made it to feed them for another month because of your generosity!
300 kg on its way for the strays!
Apologies we are broke, sadly no food yet to distribute this month but were working on it! Meanwhile we have been carrying on tending to the sickest cats & clearing up after Dimos neutering.
We have the following needing sponsors/adopters:
Sponsor for Jinny’s care: a favourite of Plaka dental care/meds & many washes… Jinny is going to Heather H for end of life care.
Fifi: Our dear little girl has survived pneumonia and losing her eye she is the sweetest, loving little cat now healthy she needs a home.
Pandy: This little stray girl wandered in off the streets, collapsed FIP positive, lost an eye, then this week had to have all her teeth removed. She needs continuing food & care.
Donations for cat food, the food feeds such as Mummy feral: Repeated kittens and a hideous wound brought this young mum to her knees. Abscess drained, neutered, parasite treated and rested she was released back to her kittens.
Please support our cats any way you can! Thank you as always
Those of you following Heather`s posts on facebook will know Sweety came to us at the weekend for intensive care, she was deteriorating rapidly. Despite emergency care on Monday morning sadly her heart gave out whilst our vet was trying to treat her.
People have been asking the cause, its not pleasant but sometimes we do postmortems on difficult cases to make sure we have all done what we can & learn what care we can change if anything in the future.
Sweety had overwhelming infection from old wounds, her lungs and chest cavity were filled with pus, nothing would have saved this brave girl.
Food for the strays: yesterday we took delivery of the cat food we were able to buy with the donations from you lovely, caring cat lovers who support our Cretan cats. We have been able to feed cat colonies from Aptera to Kournas, over ½ a ton of dry cat food. Next month we aim to do the same again.
We have an appeal for this little five month old female ‘Bambi’ who was taken in suffering from cat flu by a dedicated cat lover from Kalyves.
Has a UK adopter!
Nothing will change for your pet before the end of the transition period on 31 December, but what happens afterwards depends on what is negotiated in the next 11 months. At present, dogs, cats and ferrets can travel freely across the EU on an EU pet passport, under the EU pet travel scheme.Continue reading “Pet travel to UK”