Rebekah

Our beautiful Rebekah is a happy playful kitten. She is in foster with a dog and cats and is used to children. She is fully vaccinated, wormed and treated for fleas.

Adoption enquiries to adopt@luckyscatrescue.com Home visits and adoption donations apply to all adoptions

Elliot **Long Term Foster**

My name is Elliot and I am looking for my new home. I get on very well with dogs and other cats. I am a little cutie and will make a great pet for any family
If you are interested in adopting me please fill out the adoption questionnaire and email it back to adopt@catsfriendsrescue.com

Please note

This little man needs a home with at least one other friendly animal and no children. He is fully vaccinated, neutered and treated for worms and fleas. Home visits and adoption donations apply to all adoptions

Lucky

Hi All!!!My name is Lucky. In July 2013 I was a very sick boy wandering around Newcastle in Dublin. I spotted a very healthy cat and followed him to a house where a lovely lady and her friend spotted me. Lucky for me they were cat rescue volunteers and they took me straight to a vet. I was neutered, wormed and treated for fleas and the lovely lady who owned the house brought me home with her. She was so nice, she fed me chicken and this hard food and I wasn’t hungry anymore. Unfortunately, because I had been wandering unneutered for so long, I tested positive for two feline viruses called FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) and FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus) These viruses attack the immune system and cause secondary infections and problems. I had a chronic respiratory infection and gingivitis which are both caused by the viruses. As soon as my fosterer found out she got talking to a lady who said to bring me to a local vet who was very knowledgeable about these issues. Thankfully she did and Paddy in Beaufield Veterinary Centre in Celbridge gave me some medication which kept me quite comfortable and some of the symptoms at bay. I had a fabulous 3 years in foster. I played with my fosterer and her cats and I liked to look out for the newbies coming in so they weren’t so scared before they got their own forever home. I liked meeting people that came to the house, they all said I was very handsome and of course a fellow likes to hear these things!

In May of 2016 my fosterer noticed I wasn’t eating and brought me back to Paddy, Unfortunately it was to be my last time at home because the FeLV had finally caused a massive tumour in my kidney and it was time for my fosterer to help me to Rainbow Bridge. I’m not in any pain now and I’m so glad I got 3 fantastic years in foster. I learned what it was like to be loved and my fosterer says I gave alot of love too. While you may be sad that I’m at Rainbow Bridge now instead of at home don’t be. See, I’m the reason for the name of the new rescue. The rescue was called Cats Friends Rescue when it rescued me and covered my vet bills, but the lady who started that rescue needed to step down. When my fosterer offered to take over apparently there was only one option for a new name! So now every cat and kitten that is taken off the streets and given a new and happy life will one of “The Luckys” There are some fantastic volunteers helping out in my name, I met alot of them during my time in foster. They all have jobs, families and pets of their own, but they still take the time to help the ones who don’t have anyone else. You can help too by sharing cats and kittens needing homes or just educating people about spaying and neutering their pets and not adding to the overpopulation.

Thank you for reading my story, please let others know about our rescue and the wonderful cats and kittens waiting for a furever home 🙂

Handsome Lucky

Handsome Lucky

Our Mission

Mission
Our Mission is to help as many Cats and Kittens as possible on a daily basis. We hope to grow as time goes on and in the future to have a sanctuary where we can house more Cats. We aim to Trap neuter and return as many feral cats as we can. But on a ongoing basis we strive to support Cats and Kittens both domestic and feral in getting the life they so deserve. We believe the life of all cats are equally important Mixed breed (Moggie), Feral and Pedigree. There is no difference to us. We will make the same efforts for all cats that need us.
Company Overview
Cats Friends Rescue is a non profit volunteer based rescue. Our Volunteers are dedicated animal lovers with great experience in the care of Cats and kittens. We are also supported by many Vets and Vet practices in the Dublin area. We consult qualified vets regularly for guidance. Our volunteers work in the spare time to keep the work going. We are a foster-home based rescue and all are cats and kittens live with kind and loving families until they find their forever home.

Description

Cat Friends is a non profit group devoted to the welfare of Cats both Domestic and Feral in supporting them in living the life they so deserve. There is no difference for us. We Believe “Every Moggie Matters” and this has become our motto.