UPDATE: SADLY AS A PRECAUTION WE ARE CLOSED AT THE MOMENT DUE TO COVID-19 NO CATS ARE BEING RE-HOMED AND WE CANNOT TAKE ANY IN AT THE MOMENT. WE ARE VERY SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE HOPEFULLY IT WILL NOT BE FOR LONG 🙁
2019 was a very busy year for us as a small rescue, sadly people are still not neutering their cats or microchipping which is the best way they can be reunited with their owner, we re-homed 58 adult cats and 70 kittens and re-united only 4 cats with their owner due to being microchipped. Thank you so much for everyone’s support during 2019 🙂 Lets hope 2020 is a good one 🙂 Below some of our expenditure for 2019 which is why we rely on your support 🙂
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Sadly this lovely girl’s owner has passed away and the family are desperate to find her a new loving home, unfortunately they cannot take her on due to pets of their own. The owner’s sister has said ” Due to a recent bereavement we are looking for a new home for Poppy. She’s a very sweet, gentle and affectionate senior lady. She is timid however and would need a quiet new home, preferably as the only cat, with a new guardian who is experienced in looking after cats. She is mostly an indoor cat but does enjoy going out for short periods of time. She is between 12/13 years old and was last vaccinated July 2019. She has had several teeth removed but eats very well with no problems and was originally an RSPCA rescue cat. It would be wonderful to see her go to a good home”
She would make an ideal companion for an elderly owner, a donation will be required to ensure a good home and this will be discussed with the sister of the deceased owner, if interested pls ring Fern 07495 750 125 (on holiday from 5th Feb for 2wks) otherwise you can ring Cherine on 07951 495 056 There must be someone out there for this poor girl who has lost her mum :'(
We are helping this owner to re-home her lovely cat, he is up to date with everything and Booster vaccination is due Feb 2021. The owner is very upset to have to rehome him but he is getting stressed by her other cats, he is a very friendly boy and would be suited to older children and a needs a calm quieter household being the only pet, he is looking for a home away from Wem as he may try to find his way back once allowed out, a donation will be required to ensure a good home and this will be discussed with the present owner. If you are interested please contact Beverley on 07971 469 557
Clarence had his 2nd ear op on Tuesday, he has had his second post op check today and another on Monday, they are very pleased with how it all has gone, now recovery time 🙂
His 1st operation on his ear has healed lovely, he’s had his stitches out and is booked in for his other ear Tuesday 7th Jan, wish him luck <3
Clarence has had his 2nd post op check and things are looking good, he goes back to the vets xmas eve to have his stitches out and will have his 2nd operation early in the new year, he’s doing really well 🙂
This is Clarence approx 8yrs old who had been living on the streets in Shawbury, a kind lady was feeding him but needed to lend a trap to catch and get him neutered, which we lent and paid for the castrate, he didn’t look like this when found he was grubby and a bit battle scarred, she let him come in her house and he settled well but he kept attacking her two cats which is why he is now with us, he’s a very affectionate cat but on vet health check his ears are full of polyps and needs both ear canals taken out, the estimate for this is £1600 per ear, we do get a discount so will be paying £1300 each ear a total of £2600 a great deal of money, we put a plea on our Facebook page and in just over 48hrs our supporters raised £2407 WOW how amazing is that. Clarence is booked in for his first operation on Tuesday 10th Dec and will have the other ear done a month later, he will be with us for quite some time due to the healing process. Eventually he will be looking for his 5* home with someone who has a cat proof garden or catio as he can not be free roaming as he will be totally deaf. Watch this space for updates
Bob was last seen on Thursday 21 November 2019. He disappeared from his home at 9 The Bank, Pontesbury Hill after breakfast. Bob is a neutered ginger male and is microchipped. He is 3 years old. He is quite adventurous and a good mouser. We did find a dead rat in our garden the following day so are hoping there is no connection. Bob’s two feline pals are pining and searching for him.
Any information please contact Neil or Daphne Williams on 01743 791387
JEZ IS NOT AT THE RESCUE WE ARE HELPING THIS LADY TO RE-HOME HER CAT AND TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ADVERT.
This is what the owner has said
Jez is an 8 year old boy who although may be a little shy at first is extremely friendly. He does not like to be held but is a lap cat and would love nothing more than cuddles all day. He is used to children, other cats and dogs but due to him having a food allergy which is controlled by a veterinary diet he will not be able to have access to their food. He is neutered and will be wormed, de-flead and up to date with vaccinations. The current owner is looking for a new home for Jez who will have a bit more time for him and who will be able to keep him indoors with a litter tray. There will be a donation which can be discussed with the owner. He is currently in Telford and for further information please contact: PLEASE CONTACT THE OWNER DIRECT IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
It’s with a very heavy heart I have to tell you our very special boy Dave was put to sleep this morning, It really wasn’t an easy decision, I couldn’t put him through any more, his eye’s told me “Mum I’ve had enough please let me go” Dave was such a lovely boy, as you may of read he came in on 16th Feb 2010 they thought to be 6mths to a year old, and was epileptic which meant he had to have medication morning and night, he also had urinary problems from day one, he was recently diagnosed diabetic as well which meant insulin injections twice a day, we could not get his dosage right and was found to be insulin resistant, he was incontinent and stopped using the litter trays completely, so we had to use incontinence pads everywhere, we had various other tests done and they tested for acromegaly but he was deteriorating fast and when they suggested tests for cushings disease as well I felt I can’t put him through any more. Dave was an incredible cat, he had been to the local primary school 3 times to see the year 1’s and to a nursery which he loved and all the attention, he also loved walking around my garden on his harness and lead, my own cats didn’t take any notice at all. We will all miss Our Dave and sure his house mate Hobo will too. We are having him individually cremated and ashes back. God bless you Dave run free over that rainbow bridge, so sorry we couldn’t save you :'( Love you Davey Boy Lemon <3 <3 <3