15 December, 2014
08 December, 2014
The Glasgow Santa Dash
04 December, 2014
Positive thoughts needed ..................
He has been missing for about a week and today when I went to do the cat feed he was back but had an awful injury to his back leg. It looks like he may have been caught in a snare and it has taken all the skin off his leg and he has lost a toe. He has also lost around 2 kilos in weight so was probably trapped for a long time.
Our vets are going to try doing a skin graft but it may be at least 2 weeks before we know if it will take properly and we are worried that he will be very stressed being caged for so long.
The other option, to amputate is not good for a feral cat, which is what he is, as they still need to hunt and be able to defend themselves so we need everyone to keep him in their thoughts and prayers. Thank you - Sue
|Mr Potter is very much like this cat|
03 December, 2014
24 November, 2014
New Website ..... Coming soon
This site has served us well for a number of years but it is now very difficult to update and stories get lost off the main page too quickly if we post a lot of things. This is why we have not been as diligent in posting new things.
This will hopefully change when our new site goes live ................... Fingers crossed that it will not be too much longer to wait.
14 November, 2014
Abandoned and Abused
They took the kitten home and weaned it onto solid food and rang me to take it. I am now awaiting instruction to arrange for the kitten to be exported to New York!
10 November, 2014
30 October, 2014
Young female cat needs urgent home
They are worried that the cat is simply lost as she is very friendly and wants to be inside the house.
If anyone knows this cat please contact Lyn on 99768382
If noone claims her she will be desperate for a foster or forever home so that she is not left all alone after next week. If you can help please contact Lyn
28 October, 2014
Has Someone Lost This Beautiful Cat ...??
03 October, 2014
17 September, 2014
Some Good News, Some Bad News
It turned out that this kitten, although beautifully clean and otherwise healthy, was in fact blind due to a virus that had remained untreated so that it ended up causing lacerat...ions to the eyeball.
So, we were now caring for a blind kitten that had maybe a 1% chance of ever finding a home given the situation here at the moment.
By a small miracle Pam bumped into a lady called Karen who was on holiday here. Karen had previously adopted another blind cat from PARC, which is now living with her in UK so it appears that fate was shining that day because Karen is now looking at flights to take the little one back to UK.
WELL THAT WAS THE GOOD NEWS !!
Today, guess what? Our feeders have found another little blind kitten at the same feeding station !!!! It is the same age as the first one, is clean and otherwise healthy - ie just the same as the first one so are we being cynical by thinking it is also from the same litter and was put there by the same person ....... ????
We will of course try very hard to find this little one a home but it's chances really are not good. On days like this it is very hard ....
15 September, 2014
11 September, 2014
A REMINDER ABOUT WHAT PARC IS AND WHAT WE ARE ABLE TO DO
- The Feral Trap, Neuter & Release programme
- The Feral Cat feeding programme will be maintained but we cannot take on any new groups at the current time
- Maintaining the pens for sick or abandoned kittens, with there being a maximum of 6 kittens housed there at any one time
- Provide access to emergency vet treatment for any sick or injured homeless animal in the Peyia and Coral Bay area but the responsibility for caring for the animal stays with person reporting it where it is unable to be returned to where it was found