Sunshine & Smiles

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 […]

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Gibson is Packing His Bags …

Well, you may remember waaaaay back in May last year, we introduced you to Gibson, a charming special-needs tuxedo. We were thinking we might keep him here as he had a head tilt and was FIV positive. But we found a long-term foster home for him, with Carla, a Dutch friend of mine, as he […]

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G Spot

Gerry’s got a special Spot (what else did you think I meant by G Spot???). Give him a ticklol at the base of his spine and he goes most peculiar. Just thought I’d share 😉 Note: Gerry’s still looking for his forever home!

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Norman’s News

Back in November 2012, Norman was surrendered to our local dog warden. I fostered this lovely wee pom cross for just over a week before we found a fab new home for him with the parents of an animal welfare friend of mine. Just got a cracking photo of him in his new home so […]

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Toxic

*** REHOMED *** Toxic (a very inappropriately named lil fluff of a kitten) was left in a cat carrier, with her family, outside the vets office a few weeks ago. Taken in by RAWR, I’m fostering her for a wee while till she finds her forever home.

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Forever Home Found

Zingaro found his forever home, alongside wee Toxic, with a lovely woman, Mary, from Dublin. She’s two dogs for them to play with and they’re really excited about the move.

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A Fortnight Later

It’s a fortnight since Zingaro turned up in my kitchen – and he’s not showing a sign of illness after the FIE incubation period – so he’s not caught it – yay!!!!! So he’s looking for his forever home 😉

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Zingaro

Dumping Kills Dumping kills. And it’s illegal. Whoever just dumped this wee kitten in my back garden – congratulations! Chances are it’ll catch FIE (Feline Infectious Enteritis) and die. I’ve the virus in the house and wee things like this are particularly susceptible. Half the time when you dump a kitten it’ll die anyway – […]

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Gerry

Gerry came to me back in February this year from KLAWS Kerry, looking for his forever home. A month later my Joe died and I decided to have Gerry stay with me, rather than rehome him. A ‘guilty pleasure’ puss, as we say (usually I only keep unhomable felines, but I couldn’t resist Gerry). He’d […]

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The Beaches

These guys were rescued from a hoarder in the UK. I’m afraid they can’t speak Irish 🙁 But they communicate beautifully and are the softest most beautimous young adults you could ask for, with very unusual caramel colouring.

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Judo Visits Bantry House

Another foster dog, another lovely visit to Bantry House. This time Jennifer came with Judo and myself. And I had to take photos of the desserts for her, as Judo was sitting on her lap and she couldn’t possibly move 😉 So we’d a lovely lunch, followed by Mocha Cheesecake for me and a quick […]

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More Judo

I introduced Judo a few days ago but haven’t had time to post many pics. Here are a few to be getting on with. You’ll see how skinny she is 🙁 And how full of beans! :)))) Judo’s a real sweetie, with a few qwirks – she seems to be a female who marks, she […]

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Judo’s Sunday Sizzlers

Judo had a fantastic day yesterday. And she wanted everyone to know! She’s been with me only a few days now and I’ll post more photos of her as soon as I’ve time. In the meantime she wanted me to let everyone know how adventurous she’s been. She started the day barking at the cats, […]

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Here’s Judo!

Meet Judo! Afraid these aren’t great pics. But they’ll have to do ye till I can get some more. Judo was found wandering in Ballylickey, around the Ouvane Falls. She’s a total sweetie, and has obviously been a pet – complete with pink sparkley collar! But she’d plainly be stray for a while – very, […]

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Asparagus Tips

Gus came from Cavan pound to AHAR to me for fostering in Febrary 2012. We don’t know how he got to the pound – stray, abandoned, surrendered or cruelty case. He’s a wee affectionate JRT cross, about 1 year old, neutered (so someone cared about him once), emaciated (not just painfully thin, genuinely emaciated), mange […]

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