31 August, 2014

Coming Soon !


30 August, 2014

Our Next Quiz .......


23 August, 2014

A Lost Dog and a Lost Cat !!

This little dog got out of his garden yesterday and has not come back yet ..... PLEASE LOOK OUT FOR HIM - HIS OWNER IS OFFERING A REWARD TO ANYONE WHO FINDS HIM FOR HER

His name is Duc and he has a microchip and a collar with a tag and phone number. He was a rescue dog and is shy so may not approach people but please contact Popi on 99128703 if you think you see him. His home is in the road that leads up from the Petrolina petrol station on the main Coral Bay to Agios Georgios road but he could have wandered from this area



This lovely neutered ginger tom cat has gone missing from his new home in Kissonerga - behind the school and near to the cemetery and old people's home.  He has only been there for a few days and was previously in a foster home in Sea Caves so he may be trying to find his way back.

Please look out for him anywhere in the Kissonerga, Chloraka, Banana Bay, Coral Bay and Sea Caves area and contact Pam on 99059068 if you think you see him.



20 August, 2014

This is Tuppence




Tuppence arrived like a small, furry Aphrodite five weeks ago.  She was only five weeks old.  She’s become the highlight of our holiday – sweet and bright and funny and brave.  I’m heartbroken that I can’t take her home, but I have two old cats waiting for me who would not welcome the competition.  I need to find her a home by 5th September when I go home.  If you’re lucky enough to be her new owner, she’ll give you a lifetime of joy.  Thank you, Lucy and Joe x

Please email Lucy on lucy.garrad@btinternet.com if you would like to offer Tuppence a home

12 August, 2014


08 August, 2014

Male Puppy needs a home Urgently

Can anyone help - even if only a foster home until a forever home can be found .......  


Young male puppy - Guess 4 months old . lovely temperament gets on well with my 2 dogs. Likes people doesn't seen to have been abused just abandoned
Desperately needs a home as we are away on holiday next week for 3 weeks.
Any help you can provide would be gratefully appreciated, Thanks, Mike 99808885

07 August, 2014

AKTI

This sweet adult female cat needs a home desperately ...

She was attacked by a fox or a dog and is now well but it has made her very timid.  She is fully vaccinated and spayed.   She is friendly and will come out to see you for a fuss but she has lost her confidence and retreats to her box unless you continue to make a fuss of her. 

We are so worried about her as this is no life for a cat and we hope that someone out there will be able to offer her a chance.  She would ideally suit an older person who has the time to help her regain her confidence without there being too much going on in the household, at least to begin with.

We would be willing to get her pet passport so that she could be rehomed anywhere ...   Please contact Pam on 99059068 if you want any more information about her.





21 July, 2014

URGENT FOSTER HOME NEEDED FOR THIS BOY

URGENT FOSTER HOME NEEDED FOR THIS BOY - CAN YOU HELP UNTIL A FOREVER HOME IS FOUND???

He is a handsome boy and is a smaller dog than he looks in the photo and will not get any bigger. He was found in Emba on Thursday evening. A friendly little dog about 18 months old, that loves to have a fuss made of him and gets on well with other dogs. If you can offer to foster him or can offer him a permanent home please contact Catherine on 96436232


Actual measurements are 42 cms (16.5 inches) to his shoulder and only 41cms (16 inches) from chest to base of tail

19 July, 2014

Can You Resist This Little One?

NOW REHOMED :-)

Lovely little female kitten about 9-10 weeks old.   Frontlined, wormed and has had her first vaccination.

She has lovely markings, mainly tabby but it clearly shows that there was a bit of ginger in the mix somewhere down the line.

Anyone wanting to see her with a view to adopting please contact me (Sue) on 99130393 between 8:00am and 6:00pm please.

16 July, 2014

PARC VAN SPONSORSHIP

PARC is very grateful to all of the businesses below for their ongoing support of our work through our van sponsorship scheme.

As we drive around the area carrying out our work the businesses have their names and details displayed on the sides of our van which serves as an additional advertisement for them and also shows their valuable support of us as their local animal charity.


Please help us to thank these businesses for their support by choosing them the next time you are looking for a service that they offer


If you are a business owner or a person who offers a service to the public and would like to join our scheme please contact us.

For a small monthly payment of only €10 you can also have your own business sticker displayed on the van and have your business mentioned on our website.

15 July, 2014

Labrador mix found in Peyia - near the Animal Park


This dog was found yesterday on the road up to the zoo. She is very friendly and has a collar on so someone may have lost her. She has been checked but there is no microchip. The vet thinks she is about 8 months old. A yellow Labrador/hun...ting dog mix, possibly with a bit of Great Dane. (She has a yellow lab body, hunting dog ears and Great Dane face and legs) she is yellow all over with the usual lab white marks on the shoulders. She has a red collar (with no name) which is a bit frayed at the end.

If anyone know who she belongs to please call Trudy on 97674581

12 July, 2014

Thanks to Star Bowling Club

A little belated thank you to all the lovely members of the Star Bowling Club who generously donated the money to pay for some lovely new cat traps for our Trap Neuter and Release Programme.



The silver trap is a Multi-trap and on the first time out it allowed us to catch 3 cats at the same time!   It is a marvelous trap, and even though there has to be 2 of us to use it because of the size it means that we have a better chance of catching the cat or cats we need, especially when  they are part of a group of cats.  We simply wait until a number of them are inside, close the trap door and can then release any cats we do not want.  We love it!

The second trap has a different method of opening.  The trap door opens outwards rather than inwards which means there is more room inside the trap so we have a better chance of catching the larger males who sometimes have their back ends still outside our other traps and therefore cannot be caught.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR GENEROUS DONATION


08 July, 2014