We love hearing back from our fosterees new homes – and pictures are especially welcome! Here’s a few of the animals we’ve rehomed, now settled, happy, loved and cared for – for the rest of their natural lives.
Lil happy ending to share witcha. Remember Maple Syrup? Friends of mine found her wandering (dumped) on Bantry square in April last year and I fostered her for a short while before RAWR took her in. An absolute softie, no home could be found for Maple – because of her breed and the ridiculous reputation that […] Continue reading
Fingers crossed for Dana & Janine who went off for their trial week in Kinsale yesterday. They’re shy wee things and, though the home looks fab, there’s no guarantees they’ll settle in. But there’s good reason to hope they’ll get their Christmas wish – a home for life. Nearly all the photos I took had […] Continue reading
Moe, my latest adoptee, was originally brought in to Cork CAT from Clonakilty (see story here). Lil Moe got the wobbles after her first vaccination and needed a special home. I couldn’t resist. You can see from the video that she’s particularly wobbly on her back legs, sometimes you can see she has a slight shake […] Continue reading
Yogi’s new people sent some photos to Pupsneedinghomes, the UK rescue that rehomed her for KLAWS. They sent a terrific update with the photos and I’d a wee tear in my eye reading it. Yogi’s now called Gracie and it sounds like she’s really fallen on her paws. She’s got her very own girl (she […] Continue reading
Well, I came back from my trip up north with such a buzz on! It’s nearly two weeks ago now – how time flies! I was just back from a coupla days away, visiting and meeting with friends – and talking over the new CATalyst project with three splendiferous women (aimed at informing, enabling and inspiring TNR throughout […] Continue reading
Shane’s brilliant keeping us posted on Tara, and just sent us this photo of Tara enjoying the spectacular weather. She was homed with him earlier in the year – a wee bit timid, but affectionate once she gets to know you – and she’s settled in grand. Doesn’t she look queen of the walk? Love […] Continue reading
Back when Scrabble had her medical nightmare with thrombocytopenia, we tested her for FIV/FeLV – and she tested positive for the former, FIV. Normally I wouldn’t hesitate to rehome a healthy FIV positive cat, as long as the new owners were aware of the disease and willing & able to deal with it. But Scrabble […] Continue reading