Whilst negative forces seek to ruin our charity & neutering, the rest of us have to carry on and care for Apokoronas cats!
Edward is the last of the cats we helped rescue when the owner tragically died (Hugh Roberts).He has had months of wound care for an infected leg wound which is now almost healed.
A bit moth-eaten, 4 years of age & not particularly attractive in some eyes although we think he is utterly gorgeous he has been overlooked. Acting as a kitten nanny to the hoards of kittens, he loves other cats and won’t fight unless they are nasty to him. He adores human company, never stops talking, loves head rubs and cuddles. It’s so sad he remains stuck here,can anyone help him? Neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, parasite treated he has a passport and is ready to go. If the right adopter needs help with transport costs we will do so to ensure this young man finally has a home. Adopted in the UK
We make no apologies for the distressing images this is the new reality for Apokoronas strays cats blind, deaf, dying. This is a direct result of Arche Noah being prevented from their legal and legitimate right to neuter, our Charity and volunteers being denied access to the Tsivaras Clinic.
Needing homes they are 7-8 weeks of age (DOB @21/3/21), we have 2 out of 5 left to rehome!
Percy piggy is adorable what can we say more Ginny is clever & wise Arthur is a worrywart always wanting cuddles! now adopted we are now up & running getting them to UK Vaccinated, microchipped, passports & neutered when old enough No kittens were drunk…. The food is on its way, Easter delayed delivery Thank you all who were generous enough to help our strays
A huge thank you to everyone involved in the neutering sessions! So many gave their time & hard work to make this work. Special thanks go to Bev & Sarah, Melanie & Sue, Kathie & her cook team for the amazing food, Tassos for all his hard work at the clinic. Goes without saying we could not do any of this without Arche Noah & the support of the Dimos.
We need sponsors/adopter for our new arrival Dotty kitten! Dotty was found dying by the roadside her left eye hanging out. Still too small to operate on (8 weeks of age) meanwhile she is being treated for infection, parasite treated, bathed & fattened up! As usual she will be vaccinated, passported/microchipped, her eye will be removed.
Despite so many in financial hardship cat lovers enabled us to feed our Cretan cats as well as treat them. Your generosity bought over 1,500kg of dry food distributed to villagers in need & dedicated volunteers feeding local colonies. The reason we rescue these gorgeous creatures is often lost to us in the mire of hostility/pettiness that invades animal welfare. Catherine kindly agreed to share her poignant letter with you, it reminded us why we do what we do and how our rescue cats we send around the world change people’s lives.