Helping local lost and stray cats

£1,855 of £2,000 goal

Raised by 75 people in 45 months
Stokey Cats...and dogs is a volunteer group to help local stray cats with veterinary care and re-homing. In March a stray female cat gave birth to 5 cute kittens. They would not make it if we didn't go to pick them up that night from a cold garden and brought into a warm house. They had conjunctivitis and risked to be blind if their eyes didn't clear and open on time. Their mum was very skinny and stressed. She could easily abandon the smallest and the weakest kitten. The good news is that they all made it but now it's time for the veterinary care, vaccines, micro-chips, spaying and neutering before we start looking for their forever loving homes. There is more cats like Amber and her kittens but not all of them can be so lucky. If you could please help to reach our goal, more cats and kittens will have a chance to survive and find their forever loving homes. Thank you! 
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Beans has poorly eye. He's going to the vets tomorrow. His pupil suddenly became bigger and Beans has difficulties to close his eye. We hope it's not serious although we have to get ready for all kind of news.
Beans with poorly eye
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Bob is going to the vets later today. He seems to have some pain / discomfort in his mouth. Maybe a toothache?

We are not a charity organization and we don't get any support from nobody else apart of our followers. Stray cats need the vets too but they have nobody to pay their bills. Could you please help us to cover Bob's vet bill?

Thank you in advance from Bob and us!
It seems that Bob has a toothache
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Pablo is at the vets waiting to get neutered and chipped.
Pablo at the vets
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Pablo is one of many local strays brought to our attention. He used to live in various gardens and was fed by local people but when the weather turned cold and rainy he had no shelter and was getting wet outside. He is not neutered, not chipped and was clearly mistreated at some point. He is safe in one of our foster homes getting socialised and in the meantime he'll be going to the vets to get neutered and health checked. He'll be also chipped, treated for fleas and worms. Although the neutering is covered by C4 scheme, the other treatments need to be paid of so please help us if you can. Thank you!
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£1,855 of £2,000 goal

Raised by 75 people in 45 months
Created May 27, 2015
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