A young cat, and very used to humans, but unbelievably thin, she was walking round the fish market where she was dumped, but falling over due to her skeletal condition. Thinking she must have a serious illness, she was taken immediately to the vets, but no problem but starvation was in evidence.She has now fully
At the Tree House since 2015 Tabby and white female, again just dumped at Mapusa fish market. She is bold and friendly but talks a lot!
Cinders was dumped in the mapusa fish market as a kitten. She was living in a warren of old rat holes by the rubbish tip when spotted. We fed her on each visit and she would emerge and wait for food on our arrival, but we could get no nearer to her. On the onset
At The Tree House since January 2013A tortoise and white kitten with a stumpy tail. She was simply left behind when her uncaring owners moved and was spotted sitting outside the empty house crying for attention by our local ‘animal man’ Milton, and brought to the tree house. We called her ‘Rita’ after his mother.
Been with us since 2015Tortoiseshell, female 9 months old on arrival Dumped in the market in the early stages of pregnancy, she was simply sitting on the sack she was transported in, waiting for help when i found her. She is called Grace, due to her laid back and gentle nature.
Been with us since 2015Tortoiseshell, female, 5 months old on arrival Disco was another unwanted cat that was simply dumped in the local market. A friendly and bold nature meant that she had attached herself to the nearest stall holder, who asked me to get rid of this pesky cat!
At the Tree House since 2013 Bingo is a small Ginger and white kitten which was left in the cage near our gate in June. He is now about 5 to 6 months old and is spending his day relaxing and playing with Disco. She now lives at the Tree House and spends most of
Amber is yet another pregnant female cat, dumped at the Tree House gate this time. Sadly she was attacked by the local dogs before we knew she had been dumped. Now stitched up she is safely at the Tree House.
Left in a plastic sack at the Tree House gate, this 8 month old female was dumped unwanted. ‘Honey’ has been spayed and is living happily with the other cats. She loves to be made a fuss of, and greets any visitors to the Tree House.
Like so many of our cats, she was simply dumped at the local fish market as unwanted. She was hiding under a “scooty” scooter when spotted. Although shy at first, she is now quite at home with all the other animals.