Tuesday 16 January 2018

Charity Tuesday: Blog the Change For Animals #BtC4A




Whiskers at Wood Green, The Animals Charity
WHISKERS (Photo: Wood Green)
This lovely lady is Whiskers. Whilst a little nervous to begin with, she is very quick to trust and is extremely affectionate! If you speak to her softly she will be out of her bed and straight onto your lap. She enjoys a good fuss and will show her excitement with a loud purr. Find out more about beautiful Whiskers here.


Blog the Change for Animals


Stevie is at Friends of Larnaca Cats
(Photo: Friends of Larnaca Cats)


As a UK pet blogger, Mum does her best to support British animal charities but that doesn't mean she doesn't want to help raise awareness for international animal charities. Whilst it's impossible to help every charity and animal in the world, she can at least do a tiny bit to bring attention to the smaller charities that are less known and are in need of help.

Being of Greek Cypriot descent herself, Mum cannot stop thinking about the homeless and stray cats of Cyprus. But she is also glad there are many who want to help these poor animals and if homes cannot be found for them in their own country, these pets can be adopted from abroad.

Stevie (above) was picked up from one of the feral colonies when volunteers were trying to catch cats for neutering. He was hanging around the adults, unable to see because his eyes were so badly infected (poor baby). He was in the vet clinic for some weeks, but the eye infection was so severe that it just would not clear. He is now in foster care and is blind in one eye. As you can see, Stevie has a beautiful, soft and shiny, long-haired coat and he is very handsome! He is also affectionate and playful with his human friends too.

Find out how you can adopt Stevie here.



All proceeds from A Forever Home For Athena will be donated to the following charities:

Wood Green The Animals Charity
Greek Cat Welfare Society 
Cats Protection 



More homeless pets looking for forever homes can be found on my Mum's Pinterest Pet Rescue board.

Disclosure: I received no compensation for this post. As a rescue kitty myself I want to help other rescues find their forever home, so each week on Charity Tuesday I share adoptable cats from Wood Green, the Animals Charity (which is where I was rescued) and some other charities dear to our hearts. Mum and I are so grateful to Wood Green because without them we would never have found each other! Please note however that this post does contain some affiliate links. This means if you click on the Zazzle or Amazon links to purchase any of the items featured, I will receive a small affiliate commission. We are not affiliated with any other charity mentioned in this post. 


Eastside Cats said...

Sending purrs to Whiskers and Stevie, that they find their furrever homes soon!

The Swiss Cats said...

We hope they find a forever home very soon ! Purrs

Summer said...

Paws crossed for these kitties to find homes!

pilch92 said...

I hope these cuties get forever homes soon. XO

meowmeowmans said...

Whiskers and Stevie are both beautiful. We are grateful for the humans who are helping them until they find their forever homes. We will share!

Hugs to you, Athena and Mum.

Three Chatty Cats said...

Thank you for always blogging about cats looking for their forever homes! I love that your blog regularly features so many.

john smith said...

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