2018 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 60 adult cats and 79 kittens and re-united only 2 cats with their owner due to being microchipped. Unfortunately we will no longer be doing our monthly stall in the Square Shrewsbury, this is due to cost and new council licensing laws plus we are all getting that bit older with age related problems but we will be doing more fete’s etc. Thank you so much for everyone’s support during 2018 🙂 Lets hope 2019 is a good one 🙂
All cats and kittens adopted from Sleapy Cat Rescue come with 5 weeks free insurance – Whatever their age! Agria pet insurance.
Please note all viewings are by appointment only ring Eve 07743 644 795
Every Christmas morning my good friends and supporters Sam and Fletch come to help me clean out the cats in our care and give some cat chat and cuddles (the cats that is not me!!) There reward…..a glass of Mulled Wine when we’ve finished, lovely lads and so grateful to them for their help
I think there advertising Whiskers tins haha, with our Jono in the background
Fletch making a fuss of our Tabs who you can just see in the corner
Sam giving a fuss to our Tabs and Tiger Lily, Thanks again guys it’s very good of you to give up your Christmas Morning the cats all say a BIG MEOW 🙂
Our special girl Pumkin has gone to her forever home, she will be spoilt to death by her new elderly owner and rightly so.
Pumkin loves her new mum and her new mum love’s her, I do love a happy ending and Pumkin really deserves it, bless her
Missing since the 1st Dec Black and White cat. One white eye one black wearing blue collar with phone number on, not chipped age 14yrs, any information please contact Anne 01952 433732 UPDATE: 10/12/13 Freddie has found his way home but has a crushed foot and a broken leg, he is having his leg amputated at the vets as I type but he will get around just fine once over the op, welcome home Freddie 🙂
The owner lost one of her female cats in Galderford Rd Ludlow when it escaped from her carrier. She is white with a stripy head and stripes on her back, she is 18mths old, small build. Please check your sheds and grg’s and out buildings. Any information at all is appreciated. This cat is quite nervous so will be difficult to pick up. She is not neutered or chipped but if you have any info at all please contact Jean 07842 031316 or 0118 970 0529 or use the contact us page. Thank you
Young female long haired Tabby, no chip any info please contact 07456 748584
Found Malpas Grey Tabby not sure of sex any info please contact Madeleine or Tony on 01948 860212
Missing for 6/7 months now from the Pulverbatch area, he went missing the day before he was due at the vets for castration and chip so he is an un-neutered male, he also liked cars so could be anywhere, any information at all please contact myself Eve 07743 644795 or use the contact us page and I will get in touch with the owner. Thank you
27/11/13 Update on Pumkin.
Pumkin has been for her second scan, her gall bladder has significantly reduced in size, she is well in herself and her bloods were fine, looks like she is over the worst, there are no guarantees it will not re occur in the future but she may have no further problems either, we have had interest in someone wanting to adopt her so watch this space, she is such a loving special girl <3
Spot 18mth male neutered and chipped, we homed him on the 15th November and he has been missing about 3 days, he will not know where he is and is in a rural setting, please check out buildings,
We and the owner are desperate for news on him, he is very distinctive with a black spot on his nose, he is a bit shy until he knows you, any information please contact the owner 01948 880669 or use the contact us page
Pumkin our latest on going case went for a scan and x-rays y/day, she has a very large gall bladder and they think she has a blocked bile duct, she starts medication today and has to go back for a further scan a week on Monday (25th Nov) to see if the size of her gall bladder has reduced. She is a very very tolerant girl and was as good as gold, while at our vets she had a bath and her nails clipped and looks so much better. Her veterinary treatment is costly, if anyone would like to donate via our paypal button towards this cost we would be very grateful
Pumkin having her bath, what a good girl
Our vet nurses Louise and Debbie giving Pumkin a good suds up!!
Pumkin getting dried off
Pumkin having a good brush and nails clipped, she really enjoyed it
Debbie giving Pumkin a real good fuss after a busy day at the vets
Then back home for tea and her heated igloo