Everyday at St Giles Rescue we are asked to take in sick, lost, old and abandoned cats and we never say no. Many sick cats need urgent and immediate medical care and that is something we and our resident vet Sarah never shy away from. Recently we had the sweetest pair Nova & Noah who had not been vaccinated and each had to loose one eye due to untreated cat flu!! Shortly afterwards they were able to find their forever home and are thriving. Sadly many older cats in our care take much longer to re-home and spend a long time with us.
We have been spending the funds on the medical care, comfort and rehoming our feline guests and we now desperately need to repair and replace our existing cat pens before next winter or we will be unable to accept any cats during this historically busy period.
Cats are always the forgotten voice in any Rescue Centre and we need your help to change that. We have a steep mountain to climb but just a £5 donation would help us give them the warmth and safety they deserve.
St Giles Animal Rescue charity is based near Taunton and takes in many of the county's stray, unwanted and abused pets. Sadly many are never claimed or can't be returned, so become available for adoption. All dogs and cats are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and undertake a comprehensive rehabilitation training program.