Stray animal feeding permit

Hi everyone we hope your all healthy & keeping sane!

We have been asked by the Dimos to provide the details of all volunteers who go out and feed the stray cats on a regular basis. One permit covers you for all trips so it will be less paperwork for all of us in the long run.

If you wish to be included or regularly receive donated food from us please supply the following information:
Name, date of birth, passport number, your address, location of feeding sites, days of the week, a time you feed them (once a day only within a three hour period).

They will email you the permit to print out and keep. Until your permits arrive carry on using the Extraordinary Movement Permit. The new permit is restricting feeding to once a day only within a three hour period. Mr Stavros Stavroulakis (Deputy Mayor, Apokoronas) is completing the permits as best he can, we will all have to change our practices till this is over.

We have started handing out donated food but have now run out, we are in the process of ordering more but obviously this may take time. As soon as the delivery arrives we will let you know.



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. After further xrays & blood tests Bambi was found not to have been run over but to have nasty infections of both ears probably from ear mites left untreated (feline otitis) causing her head tilt and balance problems (vestibular disease).

With antibiotics Bambi’s condition is improving, her balance/head tilt is getting better, she will need to continue the antibiotics for some time & may be left with some minor disability (clumsy/lack of balance) but it will not affect her quality of life. She runs, jumps, plays and is very affectionate, she craves human company and loves other cats, she is being neutered this week and will be vaccinated and micro chipped.

Please contact us if you can give her a home or help in any way.

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