Feeding Station

A feeding station is an area, usually including a structure protected from the weather, where a feral cat colony is fed. Building a feeding station and establishing a specific area for feeding can help camouflage where the cats eat and make colony management easier on the caregiver. The goal is for this area to not be […]

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Caregiver

Caregivers in this context are humans who provide care to a cat colony, specifically through providing food and water daily, shelter, vet visits and medical attention when necessary, arranging neutering including TNR and monitoring colony members & newcomers. See TNR for Caregivers and Working with Caregivers for more information.

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Medical Histories

Name Tips Rowan Rianior Description as at March 2007 White & black female. White tip to her black tail. Black tabby female. Amazing amber/Green eyes. Black tabby male with white bits.  Very earnest. DOB Guessing born around Sept 2006 Guessing born around mid to late Oct 2006 Place Of Birth Cork City, Ireland Kealkill, W […]

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Tips

Mid March now and Reeny & Rowan have left for pastures new – Tips is the only kitten with us.  She’s sorely missing her companions and is fiercely affectionate, sitting beside me and purring as I type this.  She enjoys sitting on shoulders and will perch parrot-like for hours at a time.  She loves the […]

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Rianior & Rowan

Rianior (aka Reeny, male) and Rowan (female) came to us from Future Forests on 23rd December 2006. They both had cat flu and Christmas meant no heating where they were living so after the Rianior gig we popped them in a box and home they came. They almost didn’t need antibiotics – cleaning their eyes […]

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Tips & Bandit

Tips & Bandit came to us in early November 2006 from Sara Lane of the ACS in Mallow. Sara had rescued them from Cork at the age of 2 to 3 weeks and their sibling had died the first night – these two were very lucky to survive and Sara nursed them back to health […]

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Rescue Animals Ireland

From their volunteer work with a few rescues around the country Rescue Animals Ireland have seen the hard work that goes into helping the animals abandoned daily in Ireland. They decided to create this website to make it easier for people to find out information about animal rescues and pounds in their areas. Hopefully it will […]

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Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet was established in 2013 to deal with the growing issue of many thousands of abandoned, lost and unfortunately stolen pets needing homes each year but no central portal in which to find them all. Our aim is to bring as many shelters as possible in Ireland together to advertise all their pets online […]

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Hagal Health Farm

Relaxing breaks at Hagal Farm, situated in the beautiful natural landscape of West Cork Ireland. Health and pampering retreats, with alternative therapies and delicious vegetarian food. Also provides quality training in holistic therapies. Nestled on the south slope of the Maughnaclea mountains, with breath-taking views over the Mealagh valley and Bantry Bay in the distance, […]

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West Cork Garden Trail

The West Cork Garden Trail has welcomed thousands of visitors to some of the most beautiful gardens in Ireland since 1994.  In association with the Harold Barry Trust the trail offers 15 gardens open to visitors. On their website you can find information about these unique and special gardens and the many features and facilities on offer.  To help plan your […]

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The Bamboo Park

The unique exotic garden in one of the most attractive areas of Ireland. Situated in the mild climate of Glengarriff in the southwest. Thirty different species of bamboo surrounded by palms and other tropical plants, amidst of romantic paths and breathtaking views. Website: www.bamboo-park.com

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The Ewe Sculpture Garden

The Ewe is a unique combination of nature and art – and Ireland’s only interactive sculpture garden. Such creative havens can be found in only a few places in Europe. One of our very favourite places – take a picnic when you visit – you could be there for hours! They do provide tea and cakes […]

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Bantry

Overlooking Bantry Bay in the heart of West Cork, Bantry town is situated just over 55 miles west of Cork city. It functions as a large Market town providing commercial, retail and tourism/leisure facilities for locals and visitors alike. Website: www.bantry.ie

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Bantry House

A privately owned stately home in Co Cork, Ireland.  The estate sits in an incredible location with amazing views over Bantry Bay. You could spend the whole afternoon browsing the house and gardens – and the tearoom supplies delicious cakes (as well as meals!) for when you need a wee rest. Well-behaved-dog friendly. Website: www.bantryhouse.com

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Kayleigh’s Sanctuary for Exotic Pets

At Kayleigh’s sanctuary for exotic pets our work consists of Caring for animals in our care, both surrendered and rescued Educating people on the needs and requirements of their exotic pet Pre-purchase advice of exotic animals and equipment Rehoming animals to suitable long term homes Supporting legislation for the control of exotic pet purchase Improving […]

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