We have decided to reopen our doors on Saturday 23rd May but with very strict restrictions and social distancing and you must have no signs or symptoms of Covid, it is strictly as always appointment only and only 2 people are allowed at any one time (from same household) and would prefer you to wear a mask, gloves will be supplied from here on entrance. As we are in such worrying/strange times I hope you understand our guidelines and respect them. As from the 1st June 2020 we are having to put up our adoption fee from £65 to £75 due to increases in prices and this does fall in line with most rescue’s and it looks as if we can forget this year for fundraising sadly. Will update asap who we have for adoption. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Stay safe Eve & The Team
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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“Our very Special Boy Dave”
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