Author Topic: Fosterers desperately needed for Stoke and Newcastele Cats Protection  (Read 2167 times)

Offline JackSpratt

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Re: Fosterers desperately needed for Stoke and Newcastele Cats Protection
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2007, 12:17:00 PM »
...... but also members of the public who cannot afford to feed their own pets and also our numerous feral colonies.


That's awful! There are people who can't afford to feed their own cats?

I'm not really close enough to be of much help, I'm afraid. :(

EDIT: Just looked on your site. Gizmo is truly beautiful. Hope she's homed soon....if she hasn't been already!
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Fosterers desperately needed for Stoke and Newcastele Cats Protection
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2007, 11:32:16 AM »
Please visit us on the web www.cpstoke.co.uk

Stoke and Newcastle branch are desperate for fosterers and fundraising (to pay for our very expensive vets bills) volunteers.  We do not have a central cattery, but cats are placed in people’s homes that love and nurture the cat or kittens until they are re-homed.  Our branch deals predominantly with pregnant mums, abandoned kittens and seriously injured cats.  There are far more cats needing help than fosterers available, so please if you are interested you will not regret it………

This branch was started in April 2003 and we are all unpaid volunteers doing it for the love of the cats.  Most volunteers hold down full time jobs and help in their spare time. 

We are on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year and can offer advice in many situations. We can deal with over 30 calls a day, which for a very few unpaid volunteers is an enormous task.

Last year we re-homed or relocated over 350 cats and helped over 1000.  We helped to neuter over 500.  We are very fortunate to receive the damaged cat food stock from Sainsbury’s which covers the cost of feeding not only our foster cats, but also members of the public who cannot afford to feed their own pets and also our numerous feral colonies.

 


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