OUR OPEN DAY THIS YEAR IS SUNDAY 19TH AUGUST 12-4PM FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY, STALLS, GAMES, REFRESHMENTS, BBQ PLUS GRAND RAFFLE. NOT FORGETTING OUR RESIDENT CATS “DAVE & HOBO” SORRY NO DOGS
2017 was a strange year for Sleapy Cat Rescue, there was a period in time that we were more like a hospital than a rescue/re-homing centre as everyone we had in was either on prescription diets or medication because unwell, this did effect our homing figures but we still managed to re-home 59 Cats and 59 Kittens. Lets hope 2018 is a little kinder 🙂 We managed to re-unite 9 owners with there pets due to microchips which was great 🙂
Dave and Hobo have been living together for some time now, they get on very well, both are very laid back cats, as you know Dave has been with us since 2010 and is on epileptic medication twice daily, Hobo came in almost a year ago now, he has a heart condition and is on medication once daily. They are like two little old men sharing their pent house suit <3 😀
This is Harry he has been missing from Harris Croft in Wem since Fri 15th Dec, he is mainly white with tabby & black patches and has a distinctive curly tail. Approx 5yrs neutered & chipped but not wearing a collar. There may have been sightings behind the Co op andthe medical centre in Wem. Any information at all please contact the owner direct Helen 07846 510226
Minnie’s condition is getting harder to get under control, she has been on antibiotics which she is still on plus her steroids and still she has drippy diarrhea, we have taken her off the gastrointestinal diet and put her on Hills prescription dd diet, she ate that for a couple of day’s then stopped eating and started to be sick, she was in our vets Bridgefield Veterinary Surgery Wem for 7 days on a drip. She wen’t back to the vets on Monday had a antibiotic jab a vit B12 jab and a wormer, we also now have got her on Hills Prescription zd wet and dry, yesterday she seemed so much better but today she is back to dripping everywhere 🙁 She has to go back to the vets again Monday, so watch this space and pray for this sweet girl <3
FOUND Berwick Grange Shrewsbury, anyone recognize this cat? A couple moved here 2mths ago and this cat has never left their garden, very scared and may have been missing some time as the collar is extremely tight, it is an entire male (not neutered) I have lent the couple a trap so he can be neutered and to get that collar off. Any information at all please ring
Eve 07743 644 795 or use the contact us page
Dave and Hobo have been living together in harmony for well over a month now, they get on famously, Hobo loves the heated igloo bed as you can see and Dave at the moment prefers his plush mat! although he too has a heated igloo, they both like their water fountain and Dave still likes to play with the water 🙂 A match made in heaven, just love these boys.
This is our latest ongoing case “Nellie” such an affectionate girl, she got run over by a tractor in Edstaston and was handed in to our vets, she had a fractured pelvis and had to have it operated on, no owner came forward so she is with us until better and can be re-homed, strict cage rest for this girl bless her, she adores her food (felix as good as it looks) little piglet 🙂 UPDATE: Nelly is now in her forever home bless her
Dave has a new friend, Hobo, we moved Hobo in with Dave as we were desperate for pen space, we tried them a couple of times before the permanent move and they get on really well. Hobo will end his days with us as he has Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Only problem is Dave likes Hobo’s dry more than his own haha. They now have a water fountain as well to encourage Dave to drink more and he loves it!
Large entire male. used to people and friendly although wary. The people that are feeding him used to see him occasionally in the area two years ago but became a regular visitor about a year ago. They have tried a paper collar to trace an owner but he has come back without it so he’s probably lost it as they have had no phone call. He does have a few battle scars but that is due to him being un-neutered but am told he is not an aggressive cat. Is this your cat? Do you know the owner? Any information at all please ring the finder on 07790 433 811 or
Ring Eve 07743 644 795 or use the contact us page