The Beacon Boys

Three boys, rescued from Beaconhill, Bantry, Co Cork, had horrendous eye infections when they first arrived. Read more to see how beautifully they turned out! by Jenni These three boys came from near a housing estate in Beacon Hill, Bantry, Co Cork. They and their mother had taken up residence in a garden of a […]

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Marilyn

Marilyn, a charming and beautiful white female cat, adopted a couple in Ballydehob one day. But asthma struck and Marilyn came to us. Marilyn is deaf and will need an indoor, or enclosed outdoor, environment, well away from the dangers she can’t hear. Marilyn’s Story   Related Links Marilyn’s Gallery White Cats, Eye Colour and […]

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Medical History

  Name Arrullo Description Quintissential ginger male with white paws and chest. DOB Not known exactly, but approx 23/10/10 Place Of Birth Probably somewhere near Bantry, West Cork, Ireland Felocell CVR Annual booster due 12/1/12 Neutered No, too young

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Arrullo’s Arrival

Katie and her neighbours had seen tiny Arrullo and his mum begging round their doors for a few days, probably from the colony up the back of Bantry. No one had taken either of them in. But on Saturday 18th December, Katie managed to grab Arrullo as he skittered across the road in front of […]

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The Cacti

Three beautimous, but fluey, three-month-old kittens from Cork – visited us courtesy of West Cork Animal Welfare Group. Click on the chapter headings below to see their story.

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Susy’s Qs

Found on Sunday 25th July, rescued on the 26th, these gentle wee furrballs were definitely dumped by their human caregivers. They’re safe now though!

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Ivor

Ivor, we think, was caught in a trap for several days. He had to get his left hind leg amputated but he recovered wonderfully.   Ivor’s Story   Related Links Ivor’s Gallery Three Legged Cats  

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