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Mark Owen & Julie Davies
Congratulations on your Wedding Day
21st October
6th October
Happy Wedding Anniversary
Bob & Jacky Regis


We frequently get asked if we can take in cats on a temporary basis while their owners are unable to look after them for whatever reason.   Unfortunately this is one area where we cannot offer help as there are always cats needing to come in to be re-homed from our waiting list.  We usually suggest the owners contact local catteries to see if they can offer the accommodation they require.   Most catteries will, however, insist that the cat is fully vaccinated before they can take it into their care.  Some catteries are only too happy to continue to administer pills, ointments, etc., if its vet is treating the cat.  Some catteries will also inject cats suffering from diabetes.  It is therefore important for your cat to be fully vaccinated if you do not have someone who can look after it in an emergency.  You may also need to contact several catteries to find one with vacancies. Obviously, if you know there is going to be a problem at a future date, you can make arrangements for the cat's care in advance.

Andy, a 10 year old black fluffy boy recently came into care having been found straying.   He was very thin and on taking him to the vets we discovered he was suffering from hyperthyroidism, a disease caused by an overactive thyroid gland.  There are several treatment options for this disease and our vet recommended that Andy's thyroid glands were removed to permanently cure the condition.  Andy has now had his operation and is making excellent progress.  He is now available for re-homing.

If you are looking for a cat or kitten, call Stephanie on 01692 535858.  

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