Timmy

This little chap arrived after being abandoned in an olive grove with his siblings no food, shelter or mother sadly they died but he survived.

He is about 6 weeks of age maybe more difficult to tell as he was so starved, otherwise no signs of any illness or infections.
He is rapidly putting on weight, cute, cuddly a typical boisterous boy he is lonely on his own can anyone take him?
As usual he will be vaccinated at 8 weeks and neutered we will also passport him if anyone is interested overseas.
Any help or donations for Timmy would be appreciated.
Timmy has been adopted on Crete đŸ™‚

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.

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Four little orphans

Adopted in Denmark & the UK

The sweetest litter of orphan kittens around 6 weeks of age, Mummy was knocked over and killed on the roadside. Very sad and frightened on arrival bottle fed first few weeks, now weaned they are gorgeous happy kittens.

We have two female dumplings calico type coats (grey/beige) they will be big.

The tortie female is a typical bossy don`t tell me what to do tortie!

The black boy has a Harry Potter white tipped tail stunning sleek creature.

All are very cuddly and humanized, they can go to their new homes in 2 weeks if adopted here we will vaccinate, microchip and if with us long enough neuter them.

If anyone can adopt please contact us if you cannot we need donations for their care and tickets to the UK.

Shelby

On Monday (15th) morning this tiny bin cat was found collapsed in the middle of the road. He was in a really bad way and after a speed breaking run to the vet, the worst was confirmed. He was infested with worms, fleas and maggots. Bleeding from the mouth, emaciated, swollen infected eyes, severely dehydrated, in liver failure and suffering from hypothermia.

Shelby kitten thanks everyone for their good wishes, blessings & donations
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Rosie & Rupert

We still have these gorgeous kittens from last years rescue now about 5 months of age who need a home, can anyone give them the stability and love they need.

Abandoned on a roadside emaciated, pneumonia from cat flu anaemic from parasites they where 12 weeks of age.
Rosie is a dainty lap cat all she wants is constant affection and cuddles she cradles into you and purrs a gentle little creature.
Her right eye had a corneal ulcer now healed the eye infection scarred her pupil but she can see fine & can be an outdoor cat. Her coat is a glorious tortoiseshell colour, soft and shiny now.
Rupert
More affected than his sister he took a while to trust humans now talks and purrs he loves cuddles but is shy. Beautiful tabby markings with long legs he may be a big boy when fully grown.

All our kittens are treated for infections/illness, vaccinated, neutered, and can have passports.
If you can adopt from anywhere in Europe please contact us.

Appeal for blind kitten

We get many requests to take in healthy, unwanted pets & strays for various reasons; when people leave the island, kittens/cats picked up off the roads which are otherwise well and managing to survive.

Today this little tabby & white kitten arrived from Kefalas brought in by the colony carer, we think he/she is about 6 weeks of age too traumatized to handle the sex remains a mystery for now. The mother was neutered last weekend this was her last surviving kitten, thankfully no more kittens will be born to an infected mother. Both eyes are blind they will need removing after months of medication and care.

We are appealing for donations to fund the care, operations and flight costs for the little tabby, if anyone can adopt offering a safe home indoors please contact us.

The images of these two little ones illustrates why we cannot always help & often turn people away. Our resources are finite, the nursing is often complex, difficult and time consuming. We make difficult choices to be able to take in those that have little chance of survival otherwise.

Poppy our black kitten is a very lucky girl, we are working with a Finnish welfare organisation to re home her. Blinded by eye infections she will have to have her eyes removed when she has grown, they are funding her care/flight and have already found a home in Finland for her.