Ever since the beginning of lockdown Ally Cats Rescue have continued helping people and neglected cats, we have had to change the way we interact with the public but while other rescues have closed their doors we have carried on helping.
Here is just a few things we do on a weekly basis:
We go out to collect deceased cats and check for microchips trying to reunite them with their owners through social media, flyers and posters.
We go out to scan stray cats, get them much needed vet treatment.
We go out to help injured cats and get them needed vet treatment.
We help people neuter their cats if they are unable.
We go to check strays and try reunite to owners.
We give all kinds of advice to people on different cat matters.
We try to deal with the overflow of strays by liasing with other bigger rescues and finding placements and fosters with them.
We take food to feeders of stray cats and feral colonies.
We help people find a lost cat via social media and print posters.
We take on feral difficult cats and find them farm placement once assessed.
We continually visit the vets and do online fundraising while we are unable to fundraise out in the community during times of social distancing.