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 🙂
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
Dave bless him has had his booster and blood test and passed with flying colours, his blood test showed he is on the right dosage of medication and also had a thorough health check while having his booster jabs, his breathing is fine still so we will just wait for next summer to see what happens, during the winter months Dave does not go out for walks around the garden as too cold and wet, I bet he can’t wait for spring/summer but then thinking about it niether can I haha
Meet Pumkin as we have called her, she has come in as a stray/abandoned and by looking at her she has been living rough for some time, she really is a sweet natured girl and loves attention, fuss and her heated igloo bed as well as her food.
Our vet Olivia Halligan assisted by our vet nurse Louise Garmston gives Pumkin the once over, age wise she is in double figures and has not got many teeth left but they have been removed by a vet, she has a very strange abdomen that feels like dough, we have had two urine sample’s done and the 2nd has shown blood in it, she will go for an ultra sound scan on Wednesday 13th November……..lets hope it’s not anything sinister………watch this space
Two female Bengals missing since 2nd Nov 13 after a house fire one Blue/Grey and one Cream any information at all please call Julie 07842 031316
Found Mill St Wem 18mth/2yrs old un-neutered male distinctive black spot on nose no chip, any info at all pls contact Bridgefield Vet Surgery Wem 01939 232291
Found male grey/white approx 15wks old extremely friendly any info pls use the contact us page as he is with us at the shelter. Thanks.
Found approx 10wk old ginger/white long haired kitten sex unknown please ring Claire 01952 598674
Found black/white kitten approx 4-6mths old unsure of sex please contact Linda on 01952 275067
Missing since 23rd Oct Anwsers to “Milky or Milky Man or Manny” he is a skinny 3yr old male Siamese/Seal Point and is normally a house cat. He is microchipped and neutered and was wearing a blue velvet collar with a bell. He looks like and sounds like a Siamese with cream body and silver grey face, ears and tail, he also has piercing blue eyes. Any information at all please call the owner on 01743 588586 UPDATE: now found horahhhhhh xxxxx