Being able to work together to help animals, relieves the stress on those of us already in daily demand.
Remember! deciding to help an animal in need is YOUR responsibility. By asking others for help, you are passing the responsibility on.
Should there be no owner/microchip and you can afford to pay for the castration, we recommend this. This may bring costs which you should discuss with your vet first. Should you need support, contact us for advice.
There are many vets who work supporting cat protection teams and they may offer you payment support and help you find the best solution depending on treatment needed.
If you are returning to the UK, the good news is the 6 month quarantine period for rabies has been lifted. You can find out how to make the necessary arrangements through your vet and your cat(s) can travel in a matter of weeks.
Travelling through Europe is also easy, with the correct paperwork prepared in time you can travel without problems by car, plane and rail.
In extreme circumstances when you cannot keep your cat, you have options. Firstly spend as much time as possible looking for a new safe, home with friends and family, both in your current area and
in the area you are moving to. Put adverts in local newspapers and in communal areas like vets, shops, post office and supermarkets. You can also make advertisements for free in many newspapers. When you have tried without a positive result, contact your local shelter for advice. Depending on the age, health and character of your cat, it may not be possible to find a new home through a shelter.
We can recommend a service who travel through Europe with cats and dogs. They are reliable, professional and fully licensed. Follow this link to visit their website: www.almerimarlifestrays.com