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Title: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!! (Sorted)
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 10:07:51 AM
Help needed for a heavily pregnant cat in Coventry - being fed and sheltered but not able to be taken in - abandoned by the previous owners and only just out of kittenhood herself...,

Please email homeacat@gmail.com or reply here....

Jen
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 10:24:26 AM
Poor baby  :( :'( :'( :'( -
All things crossed for this little girl.

Try Cramar Cat Sanctuary - J2 M42 -hopwood services, I know they are a few miles from Cov but you never know they might be able t squeeze her in.  0121-445-1840
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 10:28:39 AM
Thanks hun - it's always hard being so far away and having minimal details, but some people will just not act unless forced or we do it for them!!!!!!! Even though this is my day off, I have to think about the cat and I won't be able to sleep if I know things haven't been sorted!
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 10:36:05 AM
I am in Brum  so not too far - but cant take her as I have 3  kitties of my own, 2 of which are Male Bengals BOTH very dominant. If they were more friendly toward other cats I would take her in. It has crossed my mind , but it is a non starter. 

I'll have a dig on CC see if there are any fosters around the area - but I know cramar have a maternity wing - just hope they are not full  :hug:
get in quick - xxx
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 10:38:03 AM
All full and they don't cover Coventry  :(
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Angie (covcats) on April 06, 2010, 10:47:24 AM
Hi Jen,

its Angie, did you check with midwarks CP?
(I'm still trying to think!)
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 10:48:53 AM
All full and they don't cover Coventry  :(

 :'( :'( :'( :'( - sh**  - desperatly trying to think - but mind is blank. Sat at work and now cant concentrate only on this little precious puss.
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 10:56:49 AM
Hey!

I've left a message with the Mid-Warwick branch and spoke to a lovely lady called Rachel at the Coventry CP who is going to see if they can squeeze her in somewhere - she didn't sound suprised that there was a pregnant cat in Foleshill - I take it that it's one of 'those' areas  >:(

I'm waiting for them to get back to me.... fingers crossed!
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 11:01:08 AM
I dont know Cov very well but Yes it is.

Been looking on Cat chat found  - Coventry Cat Group 024 7626 8073.

I dont know any fosters - I feel so flippin helpless - i just want this little one and her bubs safe.
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 11:04:40 AM
Yep,

Rang Angie and may be able to squeeze her in, but only as a last resort  :evillaugh: Kitten season has started SO early this year!
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 11:11:46 AM
Yep,

Rang Angie and may be able to squeeze her in, but only as a last resort  :evillaugh: Kitten season has started SO early this year!

 the cov cat group one ?????  - *pray pray pray* -  please keep us posted - might be adding her to the rescue page soon - God bless her

this is the result on non neutering but you know that  - why dont other
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 11:15:02 AM
Yeah, but I know how pressured everyone is at the moment and so will just have to try my best and see what happens....

We've taken in 4 mums and kits in the past 2 weeks (and that's only the one's that we were able to help!)

Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: wharfevalley catsprotection on April 06, 2010, 11:20:53 AM
ANGIE AND COVENTRY CAT GROUP HAVE A SPACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 :thanks: :thanks: :thanks:

Hopefully going to get in touch with the man today and sort something - hope it all goes smoothly!
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 11:30:53 AM
OMG -  my eyes are leaking *sniff*

 :wow: :wow: ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Fantastic news - so pleased for this  little one - well tubby tum one  :Luv: - would love to a pic one she is settled xxx  Well done  :hug:

though we all know she wont be the last  :'( :'(  -
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Karen-covcats on April 06, 2010, 13:34:08 PM
Having trouble getting hold of the person who has the cat at moment. Just getting someone who doesnt seem to speak much english on the telephone number at the moment but will keep you updated.
Then just need to make sure theres a nice meal ready and waiting for the hubby when he gets home to butter him up before i tell him the we are squeezing another foster cat in :sneaky:
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Janeyk on April 06, 2010, 13:42:17 PM
Hope that everything goes well, keep us updated xx
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Gail Bengal Slave on April 06, 2010, 13:55:50 PM
Having trouble getting hold of the person who has the cat at moment. Just getting someone who doesnt seem to speak much english on the telephone number at the moment but will keep you updated.
Then just need to make sure theres a nice meal ready and waiting for the hubby when he gets home to butter him up before i tell him the we are squeezing another foster cat in :sneaky:

your an Angel - nice dinner - I have a piece of steak in the freezer, if you like you can have that for Hubbs  :Luv:

I wish could foster -but I would get attached and not let them go  :shify:
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Karen-covcats on April 06, 2010, 21:13:31 PM
Finally picked her up a little while ago, lovely family had been feeding her since a neighbour had moved and left her behind. They are quite fond of her so are going to think about having her back after the kittens are all homed and she is spayed of course!
Named Fluffy (as i find most long hair cats are) i have 2 foster cats that are named Fluffy now! One i was already considering changing anyway because it really doesnt suit him as hes a big black boy, any name ideas welcome!
She is my first pregnant cat (usually get them here shortly after having the kittens) so i am not a great judge of how long she has got but she is big and after discussing with Angie we think shes not far off, but will have to wait and see. Very exciting and scary and have already got a list of phone numbers ready when i panic! She is beautiful black with alittle white on face obivously fluffy cat who i dont think is very old herself.
Have a new laptop on the go and so as soon as hubby shows me how to load up piccies i will put them on.
Will post this on the other thread in the main rescue and rehoming section and probably carrying on the piccies and updates on there as its not urgent anymore.if that makes sense.
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!!
Post by: Liz on April 06, 2010, 21:28:43 PM
Another great Purrs rescue

names for your black boy Karen - The Clan Black Boys are Toerag, Bertie, Salem, Inca, Cougar, Puma, Panther, Jet and Turbo - hope that is of some help  ;D
Title: Re: Heavily pregnant cat in Coventry!!! (Sorted)
Post by: Janeyk on April 06, 2010, 22:08:31 PM
Well done folks  :hug:

I'll move this to sorted section now if that's ok  :)