Category Cat stories

News you may have missed…

Shelter Updates To see all updates on the shelter registration progress please go to https://www.youcaring.com/saveourshelter We continue our work feeding animals living on the streets 9 September 2017 – A family of feral street cats we feed near the shelter. There are usually twelve of them. Seven in the picture, two just out of view and […]

New cats and dogs rescued August to November 2017

We thought you might like to know more about the cats and dogs we rescued from August to November this year: Sunny 30 November 2017 Driving back from the shelter I noticed cars in both directions avoiding something in the road. As I got near I saw this little one sat in the middle of […]

What has been happening at the shelter in August?

We rescued Timo We spotted this pup playing all alone at the side of a busy road leading into Rudozem. He is friendly which usually means he is used to human contact and has probably been dumped. He was full of fleas and no doubt full of worms. He is now safely at the shelter, […]

What’s been happening at the shelter this summer?

It’s been a hot and busy summer at the shelter so far. Riley & Lindy In June Riley and her pup Lindy joined us at the shelter. Riley was found collapsed at the side of the road, terribly thin and trembling with fear. She let us put her in the car and take her back […]

Some of our recent rescues

As always, after we wave goodbye to the dogs and cats setting off for their new lives in their forever homes, it doesn’t take long before more animals need our help. Here are some of our recent additions: Leo Bear It was Liam who spotted Leo Bear searching for food. He was obviously in desperate […]

It’s raining cats and dogs – 6 rescues in one day

The 15th July started like pretty much any other day, but it certainly didn’t end that way. Rescue number 1 We woke up very early to the sound of the various dogs staying with us welcoming the day – in other words, barking their heads off!  We know all of our charges intimately – most of […]