Here, in Bantry, Co Cork, Ireland, we remember with love, affection and sadness the following animals who we have been unable to save and who died earlier than they should have. By following their links you’ll find their stories.
Please don’t let these lovely animals be forgotten!
I would love to be able to say, ‘Meet Thomas. Isn’t he gorgeous?’ – but his person killed him today. Because she couldn’t find a home for him. She contacted us nine days ago asking for help or she would kill him. We found a home for him this evening. But it was too late. […] Continue reading
A tiny tabby and white male kitten died on the vet’s table today because no one cared enough. I didn’t have time to get to know him before he died, nor to give him a name to suit his unique self, so I named him Noce posthumously (an acronym for No One Cared Enough, pronounced […] Continue reading
Tommy decided to move in with me in the spring of 2005/06. He tested positive for FIV. I gave him the best care I could but his poor living arrangements prior to moving in with me meant that the FIV kicked in early. He was euthanased 19th January 2008 after complete organ failure as a […] Continue reading
by Jennifer Carroll Jynx was brought in by someone who didn’t bother to seek medical attention until he had lost all function in his hind quarters. They were not willing to pay for any testing or treatment. Basically he was surrendered. It turned out he had end-stage leukemia. As a result of the leukemia he had […] Continue reading