Thanks to all who responded for this appeal, fate intervened last night when we were phoned by a couple with an abandoned kitten. Once the kitten arrived it was washed, treated for ear mites & other parasites. Apart from very mild cat flu he was an adorable pure white with bicoloured eyes (green & blue).
A very devastating start to the New Year (2017) those of you who visit us have seen Hebe running around the garden scaling trees like she had 6 legs. Rescued from an olive grove peppered with lead shot her leg broken beyond repair. Hebe came through the trauma of losing her leg as a kitten by then we could not bear to part with her, she stayed with us added to our menagerie of waifs and strays. After days stuck indoors with bad weather full of energy she raced off to investigate her fields and trees, she slipped from her favorite olive tree dying from the trauma of her injuries. Hebe would never have been happy trapped indoors it is now very quiet without her she is sorely missed.
26th October 2013 Hebe had her leg amputated. She seems to have no pain, she has had an antibiotic injection just in case & we need to find her a safe home, she can go outside but needs no busy roads & will always be a little clumsy.
Many thanks to all of you that helped & donated with these cats journey to the UK who are now happily sojourning at the luxurious Woodland Nook Cat RescueIf you know someone or would like to home a rescued greek feline yourself please contact Jane on Tel: 01773 – 860126 or Mobile: +44 07941806536