In conjunction with running our auction in July for South Tipp ferals (watch this space!) we have been kindly given the most fantastic prize to raffle- we’re pretty jealous of whoever wins this!
⭐ This prize includes 1 nights stay in 1 cabin for 2 people with breakfast included- dogs welcome!
Set in the heart of the Nire Valley Waterford, Nire Valley Eco Camp offers breath taking views of the surrounding countryside, mountain walks & the chance to unwind. With just 5 cabins set on 6 acres, you’re guaranteed tranquility. If you’re looking to escape life, this is the place to go!
On behalf of all the stray and feral cats in Cork and beyond we would like to wish you and your feline friends a happy new year!
Thank you so much for your support in 2015. Thanks to you, we have been able to help 801 cats! Let’s keep it up and make 2016 even better. By working together we can really make a difference and prevent the suffering of so many cats…
Here is to 2016!
Our first ever Read-a-thon will begin in a bit more than an hour. We would like to thank all the people who have joined so far. It’s not too late to register to take part (see here for more information)!
Throughout the weekend, we will be posting encouragements for our readers every few hours and there will be some spot prizes up for grabs. The more people join, the more spot prizes we will give away! The best fundraiser will also win a bunch of prizes…
Now, is the time to get comfortable and choose your first book for the weekend. Have fun!
We would like to wish a happy new year to all of our supporters!
2014 has been a difficult year as we have come across many difficult cases and ill cats that needed to be euthanised. Also, at the back of our minds are all the cats that we weren’t able to help, because of the lack of cooperation of some carers. However, at the eve of the new year, we must look at the positive side of the work we do: all the cats we were able to help one way or another, all the good carers we have met, who were willing to take responsibility or put in the effort to make a project happen.
This year, we helped 755 cats and in December we reached the milestone of 2000 cats helped (in 2 and half years of existence). This means that so much suffering has been prevented thanks to our TNR programme and the support and encouragements we receive from all of you.
It is not always easy and can be emotionally damaging and often we have thought to give it up. Yet, we keep going and are already getting ready for another busy year. Why? Because we think that all cats are purrfect!