Update: 17th May 2019

And then there was 3. A third kitten of the same litter has been rescued, a sibling for the two with bad eyes. We’re on our way to collect it and reunite with its sistes.







Update: 15th May 2019 (Evening)

What a difference a wash makes!! The sibling of the blind kitten. This one has one poorly eye so we’ll start treatment straight away. Both siblings are now together. I think we have one boy and one girl but its not always easy to tell when so small.






Update: 15th May 2019 (morning)

This morning we took the little blind kitten to the vet. Her eyes have been cleaned and she will have a check up Friday. The vet has confirmed one eye is definitely gone and the other most probably gone but we’ll need to reaccess that over the next few weeks. This afternoon I’ve had a call from the same lady saying shes found a sibling and the pictures are below. We are on our way to collect it.






Blind Kitten

Last night we had an emergency call about this poor baby who is now in our care. We were able to get some emergency telephone advice from our vet and as we keep many medicines in stock for these types of situations we were able to start treatment including pain relief immediately. We think one eye but probably both won’t be able to be saved but we’ll take it to our vet first thing this morning. Update later.






Update: 15th May 2019

Nala, is responding to treatment with antibiotics and can breathe easier now. She is eating well and hopefully will be fit for dental surgery on Monday.










Update: 15th May 2019

Silvio is responding to treatment and his neck glands are shrinking down. He eats like a horse. He came from a place where a man set his dogs on him and people threw stones at him, so he is learning to adjust to humans not hurting him. He is still a little scared, but is getting used to his new life








KittyCatz were contacted this weekend to see if we could help with a female hit by a car. Martha as we have called her has a spinal injury that if she recovers at all will take many weeks/months. She needs cortisone injections, intensive physiotherapy as well as her bladder expressed and constant washing of her bottom area to stop infection. On the plus side she is young not in pain, very friendly and since being in the vets this weekend there has been slight improvement. We’ll keep you updated.