Where do your donations go?

Some of our main expenses include food, veterinary consultation, medicines & cleaning supplies, we are always short on these, any donations would be gratefully received and put to good use, please contact us if you would like to donate any of these items

We do not receive salaries, nor do our volunteers, we give our time & energy freely

Some cats are adopted, the flight/transport costs are listed below

Microchip insertion/ registration€ 25
Rabies vaccination€ 15
Passport€ 15
Passport parasite treatments€ 12
the first 4 items are to complete the travel passport
Cat carrier€ 34
Vaccination 1 / 2€ 15
Vaccination 2 / 2€ 15
Parasite treatment€ 40
Care & food for 1 day (for each day of fostering)€ 4
Neutering (female / male)€ 60 / € 30
Rabies blood test as of 2021€ 25
Transport to the airport€ 20
Total€ 255 / € 225
Flight EU / UK€ 70 / € 333
Total€683 / 653
These are the average lowest prices we pay for our cats & kittens, care & food per day includes vet visits for passport & fostering.  Often they are sick or injured which of course adds veterinary medicines, operations & investigations to the cost, but vets fees are much less here than in the UK.
Kittens must be at least sixteen weeks old (permanent incisors have appeared) & the rabies injection has to be given 21 days before travel so they will need to be looked after for at least 3 weeks before travelling.

Depending on a UK / EU agreement cats will not be able to travel to the UK until 3 months after a positive rabies antibody test from the 1st January 2021

To check your pet passport dates click here

UK Passport Guidelines

Aegean Pet Transport Guidelines from Greece to European Locations

EU Pet Travel Guidelines website

Pet Travel website

Flying directly to the UK (@£350-500 peak season) is only possible via Animal Reception Centre’s at Edinburgh, Heathrow & Manchester, cargo only

Petclick.gr & zooplus.gr will deliver to us for a small charge

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