Animal care

Hope 4 Pets News update week ending 7th December 2018


Hope 4 Pets have so many cats and kittens, as well as dogs, requiring veterinary treatment and are working tirelessly to save these poor unfortunate street animals and give them a chance of finding a happy future in a forever home. 

(Sunday 9th December) – WARNING – There is poison in the Malpas area of Catalkoy.  Please be vigilant.

News submitted by the Hope 4 Pets Admin Team (Stephanie Harrison-Croft, Emma Eminsoy and Elizabeth Stowell) during week ending 7th December 2018.


Happy Sunday (2nd December) from Brian x

Brian on his return from the vets just now. He is doing really well with his treatment and his rotted mouth is healing so beautifully he is even managing to eat some biscuits as well now.  Thank you to everyone who has supported his recovery so far.

UPDATE. The lovely Brian is still doing well and continuing with daily injections and meds. His mouth continues to improve and heal. He has a voracious appetite and in just 13 days he has gained an astonishing 0.7 KG.  Keep going lad!

Also, great news that a forever home has been found for Bruce who was found at the same time as Brian, and is recovering well.



This is Apple – you may remember he was having fits a few weeks ago. He made a good recovery but has now got the sniffles and doesn’t have much of an appetite.

If you would like to donate to treatment this can be done in the usual way or direct to Petcross.  Thank you.




Major, at the vet today (4th December).

His eyes are looking fab, he has just one more week on monodox for Ehrlichia, he has also had his 2nd distemper vac, we are still looking for foster or forever home for this lovely placid dog who the vets think is around 7 years old. Funding to the uk is covered.

Thank you to Joanna Walker, and Stephanie Harrison-Croft, for spending time helping him.



Does have anyone have any spare bedding that can be used for puppies please.

Their room got flooded last night, currently being pumped out and all their bedding is ruined.  If you can help please can you message Lynne Chamberlain.

Thanking you in advance.  Catalkoy area.


The German Shepherd Dog who had escaped from its home in the Catalkoy area has now been reunited with its owner.


Don’t forget the Christmas Coffee Morning at Bar 33, Ozankoy on Tuesday 11th December from 11am.   All proceeds will be donated to Hope 4 Pets and there will be some high quality jewellery for sale so a good chance to buy your loved one something extra special for Christmas!