Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)

An excellent source of info on FIP from Glasgow University’s Feline Infectious Peritonitis and Coronavirus website. Website: dr-addie.com

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Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)

A good source of info on FeLV from the Blue Cross, UK. Website: www.bluecross.org.uk/1957-2764/felv.html  

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Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)

A good source of info on FIV including: Overview, Risk Factors, Transmission, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment. Website: www.healthcommunities.com/feline-immunodeficiency-virus

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Spraying and soiling indoors

An excellent leaflet from The Blue Cross UK – also available to download as a PDF. Website: www.bluecross.org.uk/1957-2768/spraying-and-soiling-indoors.html

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Socializing a Feral Cat

Excellent information on socialising a feral cat from Stray Pet Advocacy. Website: straypetadvocacy.org/socializing_a_feral_cat.html

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Feline Socialisation

The optimum time to socialise kittens is usually between 3 and 7 weeks of age. Without positive human contact and experiences within this critical time kittens can grow up unfriendly and fearful. Although older kittens can often be tamed, it’s usually kinder to re-release older feral cats after neutering rather than trying to tame them. […]

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Animal Rescue Site – Click to Give Daily

Click to give free food and care to rescue animals. You click, sponsors pay per click. Add it to your home page and help animals every day. Website: theanimalrescuesite.com

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Best Friends Animal Society

Nearly 30 years ago, when Best Friends helped launch and pioneer the no-kill movement, over 17 million homeless pets were dying in US shelters. Today, that number is down to around 4 million unnecessary deaths annually – that is tremendous progress, but Best Friends is committed to reducing that number to zero. It’s a mission, […]

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Stray Pet Advocacy

Their website consolidates sources of information that pertain to issues affecting homeless, stray and feral companion animals and to provide the research and advocacy materials you need to achieve the necessary changes. Website: straypetadvocacy.org

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Alley Cat Allies Resource Centre

Alley Cat Allies, is the US nonprofit clearinghouse for information on feral and stray cats. For more than twenty years Alley Cat Allies has advocated Trap Neuter Return – the most humane and effective method to reduce feral cat populations. I have unashamedly yoinked a lot of their information for our TNR Manual and translated […]

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Cat Chat

An excellent web-based Charity, currently finding loving, permanent homes for over 5,000 unwanted and abandoned cats every year from rescues across the UK and Ireland through our ‘Virtual Cat Shelters’. Our homing services are given free of charge to all kinds of rescues, large and small, from the many hundreds of independent rescue centres and […]

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International Cat Care

Formerly FAB (Feline Advisory Bureau) International Cat Care is a charity passionate about improving the care of all cats. Pet cats, stressed cats, ill cats, homeless cats, free-living cats, old and young cats all have different needs, different problems and different approaches. And this is where we come in… 
For over 50 years we have […]

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Blue Cross UK

The Blue Cross mission: Provide care, promote companionship, enhance animal and human lives. They have some excellent information leaflets on companion animal care. Well worth a look. Website: www.bluecross.org.uk

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New Start Cat Rescue

New Start started in 2010, with a group of like minded friends all wanting to help unwanted cats and kittens in the Gloucester area. But Jackie, one of the founders, has been in animal welfare for over twenty years. She’s been rehoming Irish kittens and cats for me since 2007, when I first met her. And […]

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Wood Green Animal Shelters

Wood Green Animal Shelters is a registered Charity that has been taking in and rehoming animals since 1924. The Charity rehomes over 4,200 animals a year and has set national standards in animal care. Wood Green takes animals from Irish rescue centres for rehoming and are truly fantastic. Their centres are a delight to visit. […]

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