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FERAL CATS NEEDING HOMES - KEEP HORSES' STABLES HEALTHY

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FERAL CATS NEEDING HOMES - KEEP HORSES' STABLES HEALTHY

Post by Goldie on Sun Apr 19, 2009 3:30 pm

GOOD HOMES WANTED IN STABLES OR COUNTRY HOMES AND POSSIBLY FARMS....
This advert is ongoing. Donations appreciated. Homecheck always done. Call me or pm for chat.
Our website: www.pussycatlodge.co.uk (We have domestic cats also that need homes.)

Contact/organisation details: PussyCat Lodge Trust
Does the animal have rescue back up?: Yes
Location: BRENTWOOD, but will travel
Number of groups: VARIED AND ALWAYS

(repeat the following for each group)

Group: Feral Cats
Number of animals: Varies from one to a colony of five
Type/Breed/Variety: Almost always moggies
Sex: Either
Age(s): Name(s): Colours: Varied
Neutered: ABSOLUTELY YES
Reason for rehoming: Not suitable for domestic situations
Temperament: Can be anywhere from friendly to completely wild, each suits a different situation
Medical problems: All our cats are MOT'd by the vet at time of neutering. Those with symptoms are tested.
Neutering: Animal will be neutered unless for medical reasons. Can this be guaranteed?
Will the group be split: Possibly, each situation is individually assessed.
Transport available: I do the homecheck, the placement and the follow up myself.
Other: I try to match the person to the cats. For instance if you have small children at the stables I discuss what type of cat would suit. The "ferals" could actually just be strays that are frightened by being in enclosed spaces like a house, but may have always been fed by a human. Or they may be proper ferals from say an industrial site.


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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 20, 2009 5:45 pm

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Post by Goldie on Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:18 am

No offers made yet hoping to get some feral cat homes before winter sets in, so please keep open. Ta, Lauren
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Post by Goldie on Tue Jul 07, 2009 5:10 pm

Can anyone find out the name of the local horsey magazine in Norfolk, so I can advertise up that way. Ta.
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Post by leahnarry on Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:37 am

hi i have called a few tack shops n local stables and the 3 that keep popping up are:
* EAST ANGLIA RIDER
* ABSOLUTE HORSE
and they said a lot of people use Anglia ad trader !
dont know if thats any help .
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Post by Goldie on Wed Jul 08, 2009 11:12 am

leahnarry wrote:hi i have called a few tack shops n local stables and the 3 that keep popping up are:
* EAST ANGLIA RIDER
* ABSOLUTE HORSE
and they said a lot of people use Anglia ad trader !
dont know if thats any help .

That is a great help, thanks, I also pm'd you back. Lauren x
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Post by leahnarry on Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:06 pm

will get on with it first thing tomorrow i have also pm'd you bk chat soon x
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Post by Goldie on Tue Jul 14, 2009 4:24 pm

Leah, You could put up a different thread asking for you to be homechecked for fostering and just be homechecked by someone locally, then the people on RHU site can confidently get you to foster. I hope to be up that way soon though. Lauren
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Post by Goldie on Mon Aug 10, 2009 11:20 am

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Post by Goldie on Tue Aug 18, 2009 5:00 pm

Goldie wrote:GOOD HOMES WANTED IN STABLES OR COUNTRY HOMES AND POSSIBLY FARMS....
This advert is ongoing. Donations appreciated. Homecheck always done. Call me or pm for chat.
Our website: www.pussycatlodge.co.uk (We have domestic cats also that need homes.)

Contact/organisation details: PussyCat Lodge Trust
Does the animal have rescue back up?: Yes
Location: BRENTWOOD, but will travel
Number of groups: VARIED AND ALWAYS

(repeat the following for each group)

Group: Feral Cats
Number of animals: Varies from one to a colony of five
Type/Breed/Variety: Almost always moggies
Sex: Either
Age(s): Name(s): Colours: Varied
Neutered: ABSOLUTELY YES
Reason for rehoming: Not suitable for domestic situations
Temperament: Can be anywhere from friendly to completely wild, each suits a different situation
Medical problems: All our cats are MOT'd by the vet at time of neutering. Those with symptoms are tested.
Neutering: Animal will be neutered unless for medical reasons. Can this be guaranteed?
Will the group be split: Possibly, each situation is individually assessed.
Transport available: I do the homecheck, the placement and the follow up myself.
Other: I try to match the person to the cats. For instance if you have small children at the stables I discuss what type of cat would suit. The "ferals" could actually just be strays that are frightened by being in enclosed spaces like a house, but may have always been fed by a human. Or they may be proper ferals from say an industrial site.
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Post by Goldie on Sat Aug 29, 2009 5:46 pm

Goldie wrote:GOOD HOMES WANTED IN STABLES OR COUNTRY HOMES AND POSSIBLY FARMS....
This advert is ongoing. Donations appreciated. Homecheck always done. Call me or pm for chat.
Our website: www.pussycatlodge.co.uk (We have domestic cats also that need homes.)

Contact/organisation details: PussyCat Lodge Trust
Does the animal have rescue back up?: Yes
Location: BRENTWOOD, but will travel
Number of groups: VARIED AND ALWAYS

(repeat the following for each group)

Group: Feral Cats
Number of animals: Varies from one to a colony of five
Type/Breed/Variety: Almost always moggies
Sex: Either
Age(s): Name(s): Colours: Varied
Neutered: ABSOLUTELY YES
Reason for rehoming: Not suitable for domestic situations
Temperament: Can be anywhere from friendly to completely wild, each suits a different situation
Medical problems: All our cats are MOT'd by the vet at time of neutering. Those with symptoms are tested.
Neutering: Animal will be neutered unless for medical reasons. Can this be guaranteed?
Will the group be split: Possibly, each situation is individually assessed.
Transport available: I do the homecheck, the placement and the follow up myself.
Other: I try to match the person to the cats. For instance if you have small children at the stables I discuss what type of cat would suit. The "ferals" could actually just be strays that are frightened by being in enclosed spaces like a house, but may have always been fed by a human. Or they may be proper ferals from say an industrial site.

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