Who We Are

Images from Animal Advocacy and our resident companions.

Animal Advocacy

The many faces (some of them furry) of Animal Advocacy.

Curly

Curly joined me in Feb 2014. And he decided to stay. Cutest lil genetic mutant ever.

Miss Tipsy

Miss Tipsy joined us in Feb 2013 from Kerry KLAWS. An auld yin, with her tongue sticking out most of the time due to lack of teeth, she\'s a great character.

The Mercurial Retirement Home for Auld Felines

Have three auld girls resident at the moment - tho admittedly one is heading to her forever home in the UK in the coming weeks. Included a few shots of everyone else onsite currently, April 2013.

Moe

Formerly of the Hole in the Wall Gang, lil Moe joined us in September 2013. Filled my heart.

Fencing is FAB!

Much to my fosteree's disgust I finally got a Fenced In Garden in 2012 - YAY!!! I'd been trying to get it organised for ages.

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2 Comments

  1. After losing a beloved cat aged nineteen, we were a little tentative about taking in a ‘new kid on the block’ but, three weeks later, things could not have gone better. Maggie (a very playful six month old) arrived neutered, inoculated and in sensational condition – along with certification. Muriel (the founder of Animal Advocacy) and her team do a fantastic job and we cannot thank you enough.

    • Ah Joe – thank you so much! I’m delighted you’re getting along so well with Maggie. And I have to say what a fantastic home she’s been given – it works both ways!!!

      What a lovely comment to see – I can’t stop smiling now, lol. And credit also has to go to Kerry KLAWs who rescued Maggie in the first place and one of the organisations I foster for.

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