Our Work - Cat Rescue
Animal Tracks, India
The team in Goa regularly rescue, treat and re-home cats and kittens. Stray cats are nearly as prolific as stray dogs, and are capable of getting themselves into plenty of trouble. Road accidents resulting in broken bones, scuffles with other animals leading to infected wounds, as well as disease, allergies and malnutrition cases. The cattery always has plenty of noisy residents in it!
Catastrophes Cat Rescue, UK
Through Catastrophes Cat Rescue International Animal Rescue gives sanctuary to unwanted cats in the UK. The project was first set up in the 1970s by Liz Varney and partner Alan Knight and, as awareness of it grew, requests for help with homeless cats increased dramatically.
Many of the cats at the sanctuary have been abandoned or are simply in need of a new home because of a change in their owners' circumstances. Some have been ill treated. They are all in need of love and care.
Catastrophes' aim has always been to help any cat, regardless of age, temperament or behavioural problems. The cats are spayed or neutered, given a high standard of veterinary care and given the chance to live out their days in the peace and freedom of the country garden that surrounds the sanctuary.
Large communities of stray cats often suffer from hunger, disease and wounds and injuries that become infected. Unsterilised females also give birth to countless litters of kittens but are too weak and malnourished to feed them.
Sterilisation is the only humane and effective way of reducing and controlling large populations of stray cats.
For Catastrophes Cat Rescue contact:
Half Moon Cottage, Bakers Lane
East Sussex TN21 9JS