Every year on the last Tuesday of February World Spay Day is held. This is to draw attention to spaying/neutering of domestic and community cats and dogs in a bid to save lives. It was created in 1995 in America and is now recognised by nearly 70 countries.
Both female and male cats should be neutered to prevent unplanned pregnancy, help prevent the spreading of diseases such as fiv, discourage straying and help prevent cancers.
We are always looking for new fosterers so that we can help more cats and kittens. Anyone can apply to be a foster carer after which a volunteer will come round and give a quick homecheck and chat about what is involved, the pros and cons etc. Hopefully you will still want to help and we can find a cat that is suitable. Several of our volunteers have just started by trying out with providing holiday or emergency cover. We are looking for people in all situations with or without children or other pets who will treat the cat as part of the family, vet bills are covered by rescue all you have to provide is love, food and cat litter. It is a requirement that all cats in foster are kept indoors throughout their stay. If you are interested please email in to the rescue, look at the fostering page on this website or join the facebook page and have a look at what the fosterers do.
Everyone at Linas Cat Rescue would like wish all their followers and supporters a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We have helped many cats and kittens this year and we couldn’t do it without you! Sincere thank yous and see you next year!
Please be aware that these plants – common at Christmas and often given as presents or part of a flower display – are toxic to cats and can be fatal.
Please be vigilant, if you suspect antifreeze poisoning it’s an emergency seek veterinary advice straight away.
Some tips shared from the cats protection to help keep your cats safe and calm during the firework season .
Missy is our cat of the month for October. She has been in rescue a while now and would really love a home of her own. If you would like to meet her or want to know more about her please email the rescue firstname.lastname@example.org or look at her profile!# Missy