Jynx

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 […]

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Einstein

by Jennifer Carroll & me Einstein was found running around loose in Bantry Supervalu in June/July 2008, allegedly having found his own way in from the main road – more likely dumped there by someone. Liam, one of the staff was told by the duty manager to take him outside and let him go – ‘He’ll find […]

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Luka & Xena

Apologies in advance for the length of this story – I’m throwing three people’s input together at midnight and amn’t going to manage to neaten it up.

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Banjo

Banjo, a teeny female calico, wandered into Bantry bikeshop at the age of around 5 weeks in July 2007. All four paws had bad burn damage, two pads peeling off completely, and her hind leg was burnt to the bone. We figured she’d got the injuries from travelling on a car engine. She was terrified […]

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Claudia

by Jennifer Carroll, RAWR I can remember that it was a Wednesday night in mid May 2007 and that I was sitting in bed, reading a book at about 9pm in the evening, when my phone rang. Muriel had just received a call from a lady she knew that lived pretty much in the asshole of […]

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Yoda & Dodger

Yoda and Dodger came to me separately – both with eye problems. They soon ended up the best of mates – and none the worse for their initial difficult starts. Click on their names below to read their individual stories.

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Patches

Before I knew about TNR, Patches came to my door. These days I’d just set a trap and that would be that. But then I left food out for him and gradually tried to make friends. It took months. At first he’d run when he saw me – which is why he looks well fed […]

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