We have assorted waifs & strays needing homes, they are all vaccinated, micro chipped & treated for infections / injury, we can assist with neutering. Ideally you can offer a home on Crete, otherwise please send this appeal to any friends or relatives in Europe who maybe interested in adopting a Greek rescue kitten or cat.
Sybil: 17 weeks old stunning beige tabby sadly taken away from her feral mother by those feeding them as she had pneumonia, an ulcerated left eye from cat flu which is now healed. Sybil is an independent spirit everything is on her terms! But pick her up she purrs enjoying human contact & cuddles also happy to have other cats around. Sybil is vaccinated, micro chipped and will be neutered.
Update: Sybil has been sent to the UK in the care of Woodland Nook, if anyone can adopt this lovely girl please contact Jane, Tel: 07941 806536.
We have had unexpected donations from caring individuals who do much themselves to assist. Heather and David replaced our stolen trap we thank you & all those who ate the ‘fish & chips!’ Jane & Roger opened up their home to the hoards & included us in their donations which we can now use for our kitten transports to the UK. Such generosity takes us by surprise gives us a boost to continue. The kittens & cats thank you all!
This is a great big thank you to all who donated towards the rescue kitten’s travel THEY MADE IT TODAY!
Mavro, Mousey, Basil, Mittens & Lulu have reached the care of Woodland Nook Rescue in Derby courtesy of Jane & Paul’s hard work in re homing our cats & kittens.
Mittens & Erasmus have gone home 02/03/14 . Joint efforts from incredible people; our vets, foster parents, volunteers & animal welfare colleagues also including David who kindly escorted & cared for cats on the journey.
Thanks to MIRTOS our last kitten Erasmus flies out to his new home in Holland at the weekend.
Thank you Woodland Nook and all your supporters! Loaded with food, medicines & provisions for the soggy Cretan ferals in Apokoronas, we are sure they will be very grateful as we are for such generous donations…
The Krate was so heavy we couldn’t get it off the lorry without a forklift, but we weren’t leaving anything behind, so with the kind assistance of the Nomad team we crammed the car full of goodies!