five more binned kittens…

As usual this time of year people seem to think its acceptable to rip kittens away still feeding from Mummy too abandon them in the nearest bin.

These little ones are approximately 4 weeks of age the Tortie on the right Twizzle is female her ginger and white brother was adopted 27/5/17, pining on her own she went to her foster mummy Heather.
Twizzle is very confident and vocal healthy playing no signs of cat flu or any infections so far, as usual she will be vaccinated and neutered.read more . . .

Loving home required

We had the most adorable kittens and Mother at the clinic at the start of May, kittens approx 4 weeks of age fit and healthy very bonded with humans. We desperately need a home for them the carer can only keep the mother.
We can assist with vaccination and neutering someone must be able to give these little ones a loving home.
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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.

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A Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

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There are two sides to every Christmas story, there is Mira and her adoption paid for by generous and loving tourists, and there are our local Cretans who love their cats but do not always have the resources, funds and knowledge to care for them.

We hope this illustrates the reality of what we do and neither detracts from the other

before and after
before and after

We cannot survive and cannot treat, neuter, rescue our Cretan cats without your support, we thank you for everything you help us do… read more . . .

Misfit appeal

We have an appeal for our little group of misfits that came into us over the weekend.

Two sets of tourists left the island traumatised spending the weekend either fishing ginger kittens one by one out of boiling wheelie bins, stuffed into cardboard boxes left to die in Kalyves or tabby kittens left ignored by the roadside dying of dehydration sitting on their dead mother in Almyrida. The kind tourists that picked them up spent an agonising 2 days dodging hotel staff whilst trying to find someone to help.… read more . . .

Kittens needing homes

As usual after a neutering session we have various waif & strays needing homes these little ones are stunning & in perfect health.

Six weeks of age all boys various colours, even a fluffy one!

Domesticated & delightful (we will assist with neutering) they have been parasite treated can anyone offer a home?kittens

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tilly

Tilly’s rescue has been traumatic for all involved you may find some of the photos distressing. Tilly11weeksHer blind mother had been having a succession of kittens catching chlamydia off her only to either die or survive blind themselves. The mother cat lived in Chania out of a litter of 5 only two kittens remained one of which was taken into our vet Eleni Maroulaki.Feelingbetter

A male tabby (@11 weeks of age) already blind he died fitting the afternoon we brought him home probably meningitis from the eye infections.

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Penelope

PenelopePenelope (@1½ years old) was very lucky to be found by the roadside after having been hit by a car, she suffered serious fractures to her pelvis & fractured her left hind leg.

Brought into the last neuter session she has been with us on cage rest for 5 weeks, now standing/sitting her coat is a gorgeous colour she has the most amazing eye make up! Looking really well obviously feeling better as she tries to get out!

Penny needs another month of cage rest no jumping to allow the fractures to heal then we shall do another X-Ray to check all is well.… read more . . .