Chris arrived at our rescue on 29th September. He’s from the Alkrington area of Midle ton and had been a stray for several months. Several neighbours had been feeding this big lad but nobody has claimed to be his owner. We’ve had Chris neutered and he’s received his 1st vaccination. Roughly 18 months old, Chris is looking for a home that will care for him to live out many years of comfort, warmth and love. A rough start to life I think so a deserving home is priority for him. Thank you, Faye.
Bunny is an exceptional little girl. Approximately 12months old, Bunny arrived at the Rescue as a stray with her babies. She has been a fantastic mummy and has even taken on the role of surrogate mum to two additional kittens that needed rearing. Bunny is friendly, loving and affectionate and desperately awaits a forever home. If you are interested in providing this beautiful girl with a fantastic new start in life, please contact the Rescue on 0161 653 6530 or pay Bunny a visit. I promise, she won’t disappoint you!
Poppy is 4 years old and arrived back at the Rescue this week. A former foster mummy of mine, Poppy was a marvellous mummy to her babies and such a friendly little girl. Unfortunately, due to her owners health issues, Poppy is now up for adoption once again. She is a charming little character who would benefit from being rehomed to a non mutli cat household. As sweet natured as she is, Poppy will want her new owner(s) all to herself as she doesn’t get along with other cats. If you are interested in giving this beautiful girl a chance in life please contact the Rescue on 0161 653 6530.
This years Summer Far will be on Sunday 20th July, held at the rescue. Usual opening time of 11am – 3pm. All the fabulous stalls will be there such as BBQ, Raffles, Tombola, Home bake and Preserves, Refreshments, Pet Stall, Children’s Toys, Craft stall, Photo competition, Bric-a-Brac and much more….plus…we are hoping to organise a Booze tent (or some other crazy description will be applied on the day!).
This years theme is “Summer Holiday”, so if you see any Cliff lookalikes or volunteers thinking they are in the tropics then rest assured that we have not gone completely mad!. Its all in a good cause and our ever keen Rod will be sharing a few songs with us and spontaneously egging the volunteers to belt a tune or two out!
All stalls are solely for ‘total funds raised’ and given directly to the rescue, therefore outside ‘profit share’ stalls need not apply to the rescue.
Anyone wishing to donate to anything for the event must bring their goodies to the rescue before the 1st July. This allows us time to organise and delegate where items are best placed on the day to accumulate the best interest. Leaving it too late will no doubt cause even more chaos!
Looking forward to another great turnout and pray for superb weather.
Thank you, Faye. Rescue Manager
Archie arrived at our rescue on 6th May. He had been a stray for several weeks. He is semi long-haired and has a fairly good disposition. By this I mean he is fond of affection but not to be picked up and mauled all the time….it’s on his terms! This is not a bad point to make as each cat has its own individual wants and needs. Come down and meet him for yourself, you’ll see he is not so bad after all. Thank you, Faye.
This young lady arrived at our rescue via a local vets on 15th May. She had been taken in there as a stray for some 2-3 weeks. The vet neutered her and cared for her till space at our rescue became available. She is a lovely cat with no malice, well none that we have come across. Please call into the rescue to see her for yourself. I am sure you won’t be disappointed. Thank you, Faye.
These are some of our latest arrivals, Ollie and Tabs. They arrived with us on Saturday 17th May. Their owners live in rented accommodation and have been told no animals were allowed, even though they have had Ollie there since an 8 week old kitten. The boys are both neutered and would like to stay together but not compulsory. Tabs is 2 years old, whilst Ollie is 8 months of age. They have been used to going outside and have caused no damage to the place they called home….maybe your home would welcome them? Please call into the rescue to have a closer look at these beautiful boys. Thank you, Faye.
This is our stunning cross Persian, Wotsit. He was brought to us. On 2nd May after being a stray for about 8 months. The man who brought her could no longer afford to keep him on as he had family commitments which took precedence. Wotsit, as we have called him is around 4-5 years old and had a bite would above his right eye. We’ve bathed it a few times and that’s all healing up now. He is a very placid cat and surprisingly not at all knotted. This man must have really cared about him as I am sure his next forever home will do. Pay the rescue a visit and see him for yourself. Thank you, Faye.
Please welcome 5-year old Coco. Sadly her circumstance was not good when she arrived. Someone had actually climbed over our gates to deposit her tied up in a laundry basket. Fortunately for her this was spotted early so she didn’t spend a long time in the basket. No details were left with her until we got an anonymous call the following day to give us her name and age. Coco has been neutered. She has been an extremely loveable cat but family circumstances would not allow her to live there anymore. We were expecting another call regarding her vaccinations but the person did not call us back. She has mellowed a lot since we put her into the walk-in cage and is definitely ready for her forever home. I don’t reckon this lady will be here for any great length of time. Thank you, Faye.
Ruby Roo arrived at the rescue on 5th May. A lady had taken her in last week after noticing she was being kicked about by ‘a grown man’. The lady had poor health or else her actions may well have been much worse towards this undesirable. When I checked Ruby Roo over, it appeared she had a small amount of milk from feeding a litter. Ruby was neutered and as she did not find an adopter, she was allowed to become one of our residents. She’s definitely got character and isn’t phased by some of the big boys in town! She likes nothing more than to mooch about the rescue. Ruby is never in one place for too long! She is still looking for somewhere to call home so if your wanting a very nosey feline, Ruby is your girl.
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