We have now sterilised 4 of our bundles of joy! 2 more to go. We decided to wait a couple of weeks to let the smaller female cats grow a bit more, but in the waiting, our kittens caught a very aggressive virus that made them very sick – all 8 of them! We are testing them to see what kind of virus it is and how they may have caught it. After the fright they are now out of danger.
Talking about frights; that’s exactly what happened when we found our little George with a broken hip and internal bleeding. He had suffered a massive accident and had to be rushed to the emergency hospital where he stayed for 5 days until he had a blood transfusion and a hip operation. He is recovering at home with the rest of the gang. We managed to raise 300€, but it’s still far from the 1400€ we need to cover the vet bill, so if anyone would like to help out we would be so grateful for any donation.
On a happier side, the children from the Early Riding Programme are thrilled they can enjoy some more therapy sessions with our rescued horses. Once again, thank you Go Mad for your very kind donation.
Another dog was found on our road; a ‘Bully’ cross which is considered a potentially dangerous dog. We contacted a charity that will help find a foster or a forever home for her. For any more information about her please contact us.
We are now organising our half term activities, so for more information about what we do, keep your eyes on our FB page and Instagram, WhatsApp, or call us on 0034 636 172 198
Any donation is gratefully received:
You can donate to Cavalli Foundation:
Bank transfer ES26 1491 0001 2720 5929 3726
Swift code TRIOESMMXXX
Visit our web or FB page and press on the ‘donate’ button, via PayPal or make a telephone donation via Bizum 636172198
Become one of our teamers for just 1€/month by searching Cavalli on the group browser on www.teaming.net
Please contact us if you would like to be a Cavalli Foundation Volunteer. We and all the animals would be very grateful for your help and generosity.