Cause for Paws 2018


A massive thank you to all of the 140 plus animal lovers who supported us by coming to our charity event last weekend!
We were overwhelmed to see so many enjoy themselves and party till the early hours of the morning.

The musicians contributed to the great atmosphere and donated some of their fees to the animals you have our thanks.

Christine Claussen’s donated jewellery has made six people very happy!

There were many donated raffle prizes, so kind of you all & the taverna staff of Seven Souls worked very hard under immense pressure. read more

Pippy

Pippy (tri color) is another found blind in a builders yard all her siblings died one of our Greek volunteers removed her and asked us to take her.

We need your help to find a home for Pippy kitten she came in eyes stuck shut suffering hideous cat flu. Once the antibiotics worked and her eyes opened we realised she had eyes but they were not working. read more

Junker seeks pet passport deal

The European commission president, the proud owner of a pooch called Plato, has taken a personal interest in the fate of the pet passport scheme, under which animals in good health can be exempted from going into quarantine as they travel around Europe.

With a no-deal scenario looking increasingly likely, Mina Andreeva, a commission spokeswoman, disclosed that advice to pet owners would be published in the coming months, after Juncker highlighted the urgency of the matter “several times”. read more

Ruby

Malnourished & afflicted by multiple parasites she lost her kittens, covered in sores but lovable and desperate for affection.

She will remain with us for medication, rest & neutering prior to her adoption in the UK. July 2018 now happily with her UK adopters

Timmy

Timmy today (24th June)
Thursday 14th June

Here is Timmy, this little chap is eight weeks old but so emaciated & sick he weighs the same as a four week old kitten. He was brought in dying from cat flu, initially we all thought he was blind, but after eye drops and antibiotics 3 days ago he opened his eyes. We are tentatively optimistic, but he has a long way to go. We need donations for his veterinary care, rehabilitation and adoption.