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Merlin's before photo, when he was on the streets of Egypt

Someone alerted me to him and I offered to help. We may have been Merlin's last hope, as he looked like he wouldn't make it much longer.

I had a team looking for him for three weeks. Just as I was about to give up, someone sent me a photo that they had found him, so his rescue mission started.


Merlin was in Alexandria, which is five hours away from boarding facilities and the best vets, as all these are in Cairo.  Then we started the long rescue mission to get him to Cairo, which takes lots of networking and organising.

Once Merlin was in a shelter, he got all the vet care he needed. He was in shelter at 4C for about four months. After which he got prepared to travel to the UK, where he now lives with his family. As you can see from the photo, he is doing really well.


Angel's before photo, when she was on the streets of Greece

A very kind vet found her. He gave her all the vet care she needed. He also prepared her to travel to an amazing home in Germany, where she now lives with her rough collie family and her mum. She is thriving in her new home.


Angel with the vet that helped her travel to her forever home in Germany.


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Ghost before photo, on the streets of London N1

Ghost had been living in the streets for at least two or three years before we were contacted. We were told that there was a very sick cat living in somebody's garden. When our volunteer went to visit, he was suffering from really bad cat flu, was being sick constantly and was semi feral.

We had to set traps to catch him. It was the middle of January and was very cold. We didn't have much hope for him, but we wanted to give him a chance. 


Ghost was rushed to our vet, where he had so many issues. We are a no kill shelter, so every cat get's a chance. He was not neutered or microchipped. After living on the streets for some time, he had turned feral. This made things a lot harder and the streets had took there toll on Ghost.


After the vet, we had to treat him like a feral cat and work with him. He was on long term medication for life. After four months he started to settle. He couldn't be re homed as he was unpredictable. He stayed as a long term foster.

Ghost lived out his life with us in rescue. He passed in 2023. 

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