I swear that woman is some kind of saint. She has the patience of one. Mummy and kittens have all gone. It happened so quick yesterday ill admit it was emotional. There were just two little ones left and finally after hours waiting in this weather they got into the trap. My nerves were frazzled and i was only watching from my kitchen window!
She really is amazing. And looks bloody great on it as well. I cant thank her enough
How did I miss this?! I call for her to be named Saint Catneuterer. Or maybe knighted and given a bloody great grace and favour living quarters with secure space for the lots of kitties we know she has. On behalf of every cat you've ever helped. THANKS.
But as was pointed out above, there are many, many people who help animals. You don't have to dedicate your life to it to make a difference. Anyone who helps even one animal should be proud of themselves. And of course without people like the OP who care and try to find help for the cats they see in trouble then the charities wouldn't be able to do much at all.
And I wouldn't be able to do anything without the backing of the truly amazing charity I'm with. Without the Celia Hammond Animal Trust I shudder to imagine what sort of feral cat problem London would have.
moonbells we are looking for homes in pairs for the six kittens so pm me if you're interested. They are a bit feral but can be fairly easily tamed as they're so young. There are three male and three female, and the girls are going for neutering on Thursday before hopefully going out to foster.