A very special thanks
I want to take a minute to thank Dingo animal taxi for the huge help and dedication. This year was rough, I always travel to bring the kittens from Spain but Covid made it very hard for us to keep up with flights. After 3 flights and dealing with huge costs that wouldn’t cover adoption…Read more
No cat left behind
Maga is a beautiful Siamese kitten that was abandoned in the streets of Murcia (Spain). Because of this she got very sick and lost her sight due to a horrible eye infection. We couldn’t even imagine the pain she must have gone through being homeless, not being able to find food, water and wondering the…Read more
Oh my triplets!
These little girls have bee such a blessing. Like you already know if you’ve been following our rescues, I always surf online trying to discover animals being handled and sold by traders, mills, animals with medical issues or kept in hoarding situation. Well, Lulu, Mia and Olivia were no different. I saw some pictures advertised…Read more
I can´t save them all but I can try
Lately we had some unexpected new guests in our refuge. I’m always checking online kittens advertisements because I often see people hoarding and reproducing animals in bad to terrible conditions. These places turn from homes to “kitten mills” or “kitten farms” were most the times babies and their moms are being held in cages or…Read more
And so I’m back in Spain…
For those who don’t know, Spain is one of the European countries were killing shelters are allowed and even if Madrid is a province were these “perreras” were banned, there’s a lot of people that still rather poison kittens or throw them in trash bags to the streets to reduce the population instead of looking…Read more
Rescues from Madrid, Spain
Iggy and Dash are our current rescues from Spain. These boys were found in one of Madrid´s underprivileged hoods and surrendered to us by a good samaritan who found them under a bush. Unfortunately in this industrial area people poison the feral kittens and adult cats to reduce the population instead of contacting local shelters…Read more
Bonnie, our latest rescue in U.S.A.
Hi everyone, I want to share our latest successful U.S.A kitten rescue. We flew to Florida May 17th (2019) and next day went to some local shelters because we are always looking for kittens in desperate need of fostering and/or a new home. We found Bonnie in a local Pet supermarket (not petsmart). Generally this places…Read more
Going RAW: Yay or Nay?
There’s always controversy between veterinarians and owners that want to go RAW. In my opinion the best is to keep good balance between RAW and dry food (as over processed packed food most the times have elevated salt content and poor water levels (3-11%)). It is extremely important to keep a high quality control if…Read more
ADOPT DON´T SHOP
It is kitten season and I still can’t wrap my mind around home breeders looking to make a profit by making their cat/s have multiple litters of kittens for a profit. Spring just started and I already see and hear about so many amateur breeders using their cats because of their own greed. There are…Read more
Rescuing kittens in Argentina
It´s been a very hectic couple of days since we got here. Being able to rescue kittens from extreme poverty and death threatening situations takes a lot of time, resources and effort. We thought we were going to go back to The Netherlands with 1, then 4 and now we ended up rescuing 6 very…Read more
Between the ages of 4 and 16 weeks your cat is most receptive to stimulation so it´s imperative that your kitten can have a variety of new experiences to ensure the right foundation has been laid. Everything he might learn during this time will stick with him throughout life and you want him grow up…Read more
Today I flew from Amsterdam (The, Netherlands) to Madrid. I’ve been told 2 days ago there was a little kitten that was very sick and was probably not going to make it in the streets. Anthony (a good samaritan) took her in until I got there. As soon as I grabbed her I realised I…Read more
Happy cats from Greece to the Netherlands
This picture is from one of the 4 trips we´ve done so far since 2019 started. Until April we have already relocated 26 cats from the island of Syros (Greece) to The Netherlands. We couldn´t be more excited for the cats and their happy new amazing owners. In this particular trip from February 27th we brought 12 animals (including 3 puppies) and I remember we had 36 people coming to the airport to pick them all up. It was kind of a fun furry party ; )