This little lady was found in Ballinacurra in November. She had been recently spayed, but none of the local vets could recognise her and she was not microchipped. Local residents minded her for a while, but she then disappeared and they assumed she had made her way home.
Unfortunately, this was not the case as she resurfaced in Ballycotton after travelling in a van we assume.
She is a young white and black female, very friendly, house-trained and we are convinced someone must be missing her terribly as they went through the bother of getting her spayed.
She seems to have a tendency to get in car engines and could have come from anywhere. Please, help us to reunite her with her owners. You can share on social media the “found posts” we have on Munster Lost and Found Pet Helpline and Lost and Found Pets Ireland. You can also help by printing the above poster and place in your local shops as her owners may not have internet access (download the PDF: 18 12 Recently spayed).
Help us to get this friendly little lady home for Christmas!
This female cat has been hanging around Gortnamucky in Carrigtwohill for the past few weeks. She is not microchipped, but is spayed.
She is quite friendly, but looks like she has been fending for herself for a while and shows signs of feline dermatritis.
Could you help finding her owners by printing this poster and putting it in local shops and a the back of your car? 12 07 12 Carrigtwohill
Breda and I went to pick up this cat today. He wandered in a garden in the Ballyfinn area of Cloyne (East Cork) on the 17th of May.
He is about a year or a year and half and is not neutered, nor microchipped. However, he is very friendly (with dogs as well).
His tail is badly damaged, which could be a sign that he travelled in a car’s engine. He is at themoment staying with Sinead, who has named him Crawford because of his beauty spot, at The Cloyne Veterinary Clinic. She will examine him properly tomorrow and do the necessary.
If you know someone who has lost a cat of this description, please contact Em on 0861583501.
Could you also help by printing this poster and putting it in local vets and pet shops please, as well as in local shops in East Cork? 12 05 17 Cloyne