Decisions Decisions…

what to pay, what to buy, how to make your donations last…

As the year draws to a close, we find ourselves facing a difficult dilemma, our funds are depleted after caring for numerous sick and injured cats. With the winter season approaching and tourists gone, stray cats we rely on donations to support are at risk of starvation.

Currently we are unable to afford both the vet bills and the 400 kg of cat food that costs us €600 each month. This means that without your help, our strays will face a harsh winter with limited food and medical care.

We are sending off the last of our adopted cats and kittens to the UK thanks to the hard work of Tracee Walton and her team. However, many kittens arrived late due to the warm weather, they now face the threat of starvation & illness, easily treatable cat flu leaves many blind.

Despite these challenges, we remain committed to our mission of rescuing and caring for stray cats. We are thrilled to welcome Dr Sonya Leggett to our board of trustees, bringing her valuable veterinary expertise to our team. We are also incredibly grateful for the unwavering support of our dedicated volunteers, our veterinarians, and donors.

Christmas is a season of giving, but we understand that many people are facing their own financial difficulties. However, any amount you can donate will make a significant difference in the lives of these vulnerable cats. Your contribution will help us provide them with the food, shelter, and veterinary care they need to survive the winter.

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas!

Meanwhile we have gorgeous cats still waiting for adoption

CHLOE: Approx. 2 yrs. of age abandoned by bins then run over her fractured pelvis is now fully healed. Timid with strangers she adores her garden, is affectionate but not a lap cat she talks to her humans & does not mind other cats a very gentle girl.

NOAH: Nearly 5 months of age this young man came in dying of cat flu, we thought he was completely blind miraculously he sees out of his damaged right eye! Stunning colours he is fully dependent on his humans he adores cuddles never wants to be put down, needs an enclosed garden as his focusing is not great.

SOX: Beautiful kitten approx. 13 weeks of age a bundle of energy she survived meningitis & has no obvious aftereffects. Mischievous, nosey & noisy!