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 🙂
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Update on our special boy “Dave” :-(
Update on “Our Special Boy Dave” Dave is not very well, bless him, I went to give him his medicine at 8pm as usual last night and he was just coming out of a fit (he had not had one since February) he was in a bit of a state so left him to come completely out of it before giving him his meds, I sorted the rest of the rescues out and went back to his pen “Daves Gaff” he was sitting up with very wide eyes and drooling a lot, as I went to go in he started to go into another fit, a very bad one and was thrashing around in his pen where as when he normally has a fit he lays on his side and just paddles, I knew this was a serious fit by the amount of saliva on the floor, I rang our out of hours vet to warn them I was on my way with Dave and through a towel over him to get him in the cat carrier, we arrived at approx 8.45pm, I held Dave while the vet gave him a rectal diazapan, he still did not come out of the fit, so approx 10 mins later he had another, still he was not right so he had to stay in the vets last night, this morning was a little better but still wide eyed and still salivating, he is back with me now but have to keep a close eye on him, he is booked in Monday at the vets for full bloods but if he has another fit in between he will have to go straight back, he certainly isn’t his normal self, Dave is more like a dog than a cat, a very laid back gentle little boy. I will keep everyone updated, the picture of Dave trying to climb the tree was the last time he went out on his harness and lead and the one on his side was when he was in full fit the other two were taken at the vets this morning. Come on Dave you can get right lovely boy 🙂