are the cats that we have neutered during 2015 with their names,
their sponsors and where they are living. Some of the cats may not
always be where we found them, but they have been given access to
food and medications and a better chance of survival by your support.
Thank you to all their sponsors.
Milky Toe - this little girl lives on the headland in Kassiopi. She is fed regularly by Jan as well as the visitors during the summer. She has now been neutered and is now sponsored by Ruby Wigg who will be visiting her again in the summer. Thank you Ruby.
The Kassiopi Gingers - this group of cats are living at the back of Kassiop, up near the castle, we are putting them on as a group as they are all being sponsored by Karen as a forthcoming project in the Autumn. Many thanks Karen for raising the funds for these cats.
Pretty - this lovely little girl lives up the lane in the hills above Kendroma. She has someone to feed her and her two kittens but needs neutering. There are not alot of cats living near her so neutering her will stop the population spreading. Pretty now has a sponsor thanks to Joyce Stannard and her kittens have been adopted. Thanks Joyce for helping her to a better life.
Jasper - is a lovely friendly loving cat. He is a bin cat but is fed daily by Isabel who lives close by. She feeds many of the bin cats EVERY DAY in all weather. We are trying to neuter some of these bin cats as there is so many of them living outdoors all year round at the bins. This poor boy was found to have a large hernia which we have had treated. Jasper now has a sponsor - thank you very much to Joyce Stannard
Pandora - another Kassiopi girl living near Pandoras Bar in the village. We are trying to reduce numbers in Kassiopi and have so far neutered alot of the cats. Now Pandora has a sponsor,so thats another one. Thank you Kay Hill for sponsoring Pandora.
Kassi - this
little girl is a Kassiopi cat living at the back up the hill near the castle. She is fed by a lovely Greek lady every day but she has so many cats in her area that we have to help her with food and we are trying to neuter some of these cats for her. Kassi is now sponsored by Liz Shepperd - many thanks Liz.
Lydia - a lovely little tabby girl living in the village of Kendroma. She visits my house daily and is so pretty. She is quite timid but getting friendlier with us daily. Thanks to Deborah and Christopher Lindley she now has a sponsor to be neutered.
Brown Boy - this is a lovely looking cat, quite timid but loving once he gets to know you. However he used to terrorises the local cats but has now calmed down since his neutering. Brown Boy was sponsored by Jo Blair - many thanks Jo he is a lovely boy now.
Roxy - a nice little tabby girl living on the beach in kalami. We think that she is one of Mamas kittens from last year. We could not find her for a long time but now she has returned to the beach house. She has a sponsor now and has been neutered. Many thanks to Linda and Roland Moor.
This is Asbo, she is at the house on the beach in Kalami. You do really need to meet her, she is so cheeky she is not named Asbo for nothing!!!!
She was dumped at the house at the end of the season, she now has a sponsor and has been neutered many thanks to Jane and Ian Simpson.
This is cheeky little Lisa. She is the little girl from the A&A apartments. She is a real cutie and you can meet her at the A&A in the summer as she is still there with Chris. She is now sponsored by Mike Tyldesley and has been neutered.
Many thanks Mike.
Ginger Mummy cat from Kalami. She is the mother of the two kittens that were born in the old shed next to Thomas's Taverna late in the season. A lovely little girl a little timid but gentle.She is now sponsored by Joe Blair.
Aldi and Lidl - two gorgeous brothers living together in kassiopi. They are being well cared for but have both had health problems and have been treated by AAWF. They are now sponsored by Karen Hegarty in memory of the beautiful Estha who sadly died from feline peritinitis very young.
Megan - is the little kitten we found badly scalded in kalami at the end of last season. She has been treated by us and cared for by one of our volunteers. She has scars from her burns but has recovered well and is now sponsored by Karen Hegarty. Thanks Karen.
Molly - is a little kitten that turned up at the house of one of our very kind volunteers. She has had medical treatment and care supplied by AAWF and is now sponsored by Karens friend Peter. Many thanks Peter.