Case Studies

Forget – Me – Not

One very late night in March this year, I received a telephone call from a North West London Council Estate; a cat was giving birth under some bushes.  She was discovered at 7 p.m. when the first kitten was born … Continue reading

Sweet Pea

One Easter Sunday, some years ago, I received a call from an elderly woman who, early each morning, long before people were out and about, was feeding a colony of neutered feral cats. Some weeks ago, a ginger cat had … Continue reading

Jasmine’s Story

I got the call about a heavily pregnant cat (Jasmine) just as my colleague Margaret and I were dashing to a vet’s appointment. It sounded very urgent and I suggested to the caller that we would come immediately after our … Continue reading

The Bonfire Kittens

Remember, remember the 5th of November……. The story of the rescue of Benson and Chester is by no means new; in fact, it appeared in one of our newsletters way back in 1993.  However, the lessons learned from their rescue … Continue reading

When the dust settles

How a lost cat was guided home with the help of carpet dust… Mia was first rescued a year ago, when she was found abandoned in a garden in Doncaster, crying loudly because she was in labour and had nowhere … Continue reading

Safe Haven

A feral cat found a perfect hideout when she gave birth to three kittens in a shrine “La Gruta de la Virgen” at The British School of Quito in Ecuador. The outlook is poor for feral cats in this country … Continue reading

Lucky Little Eastenders

Lulu, Eliza, George and Babs are very lucky kittens indeed. We rescued their heavily pregnant mother from a street in East London on 1st November last year. Removed during a storm and the frightening noise of fireworks, she gave birth … Continue reading

The Three Little Kittens

The story of how three premature kittens were handreared and successfully rehomed Continue reading