Figures for 2012

2012

Since our inception at the end of April 2012, we have trapped or rescued a total of 459 cats (some of these cats may have been trapped twice, either because they were too young to be neutered the 1st time, or needed to be relocated or treated at later stage).

Overall, 384 cats were neutered (the remaining 116 had either already been neutered, and were trapped for relocation or treatment, or were euthanised for health reasons or were kittens who did not survived).

A total of 344 cats were returned to their location.

45 cats and kittens came into our care to be rehomed.  Unfortunately, a few of them did not survive.  We also took in a few cats and kittens on a temporary basis for treatment.  30 of the cats and kittens in our care found a home.

December 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 39
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 36 (19 males and 17 females)
  • Reasons for not neutering: 1 were euthanised because too sick too be treated; 1 was already neutered and was trapped for treatment only; 1 was too young to be neutered and will be neutered at a later stage.
  • Cats returned: 37
  • Reasons for not returning: 1 was euthanised because too sick; 1 was relocated because in an unsuitable situation.
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 2
  • We currently have 9 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.

November 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 39
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 37 (15 males and 22 females)
  • Cats neutered as part of adoption programme: 1
  • Reasons for not neutering: 1 were euthanised because too sick too be treated; 1 was already neutered and was trapped for relocation.
  • Cats returned: 31
  • Reasons for not returning: 1 was euthanised because too sick; 7 were relocated because in an unsuitable situation.
  • Cats/kittens vaccinated: 2 got their 2nd vacc.
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 7
  • We currently have 11 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.

October 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 43
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 37 (15 males and 22 females)
  • Cats neutered as part of adoption programme: 4
  • Reasons for not neutering: 2 were euthanised because too sick too be treated; 1 was too small to be neutered and is receiving treatment from the carer; 3 were already neutered and were trapped for treatment only.
  • Cats returned: 40
  • Reasons for not returning: 2 were euthanised because they were too sick; 1 was relocated.
  • Cats/kittens vaccinated: 4 got their 1st vaccination and 7 got their 2nd vacc.
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 1
  • 1 kitten died while in our care.
  • We currently have 18 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.

September 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 104
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 77 (38 males and 39 females)
  • Cats neutered as part of adoption programme: 1
  • Reasons for not neutering: 17 were euthanised because too sick too be treated (1 was euthanised after neutering); 1 was trapped for treatment only; 6 were already neutered; 3 were too young for neutering and will be trapped again; 1 was taken into CCN’s care and will be neutered at a later date.
  • Cats returned: 74.
  • Reasons for not returning: 17 were euthanised becaused they were too sick; 12 were/will be rehomed by their carer or relocated; 1 was taken into CCN’s care.
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 2.
  • Cats/kittens vaccinated: 7 got their 1st vacc & 7 got their 2nd vacc.

August 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 42
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 27 (12 males and 15 females)
  • Cats neutered as part of adoption programme: 3
  • Reasons for not neutering: 6 were euthanised because too sick too be treated; 1 was trapped for treatment only; 1 was already neutered; 3 were or will be relocated/rehomed by their carer; 5 were taken into our care and will be neutered at a later date before adoption.
  • Cats returned: 25.
  • Reasons for not returning: 6 were euthanised becaused they were too sick; 5 were/will be rehomed by their carer or relocated; 5 came into our care for adoption (all were kittens taken from TNR for health reason).
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 3.
  • 1 kitten,taken in July, died while in our care.
  • We currently have 21 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.

July 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 56
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 42 (14 males and 28 females)
  • Cats neutered as part of adoption programme: 22
  • Reasons for not neutering: 3 were trapped for treatment only, of which 1 died and another was euthanised; 1 was already neutered; 2 were reunited with their owners; 2 were relocated/rehomed by their carer; 8 were taken into our care of which 1 died, the remaining 7 will be neutered at a later date before adoption.
  • Cats returned: 43 (of which 2 were reunited with owners and 2 had been in our care for treatment since June).
  • Reasons for not returning: 1 was euthanised and 2 died; 5 were relocated/rehomed by their carer; 7 came into our care for adoption (3 were kittens taken from TNR for health reason, 1 was found and handed to a vet, 1 was found in a bad state after travelling in a car engine, 1 we had promised to take if the carer would get the mother spayed, 1 had been victim of a road traffic accident).
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 12.
  • We currently have 20 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.

June 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 57
  • Cats neutered as part of TNR: 49 (25 males and 24 females)
  • Cats neutered as part of adoption programme: 2
  • Reasons for not neutering: 3 were euthanised, 2 are sick and into our care until they are better and ready to be neutered and returned; 3 were taken into our care and will be neutered at a later date before adoption.
  • Cats returned: 49 (of which 2 were relocated and 1 had been in our care since May while she was feeding her kittens).
  • Reasons for not returning: 3 were euthanised; 4 came into our care for adoption (2 were found on the side of the road, 1 was handed at a veterinary practice, 1 has cerebellar hypoplasia and his life would be endangered if left at location) and 2 will be returned at a later date once they are healthy and neutered.
  • Cats/kittens rehomed: 3.
  • We currently have 25 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.

April-May 2012

  • Cats and kittens trapped/rescued: 79
  • Cats neutered: 46 (25 males and 21 females)
  • Reasons for not neutering: 4 were put to sleep; 1 was reunited with his owners (and already neutered), 1 was already spayed and trapped for health reasons, 1 will be neutered and returned at a later stage because she is feeding, 2 were already spayed and came into our care for rehoming and 23 were kittens, who will be neutered when they have reached the appropriate age (3 of them died).
  • Cats returned: 47
  • Reasons for not returning: 4 were put to sleep; 3 kittens passed away; 23 were taken into our care until we find them a home and 1 will be returned at a later stage because she is kept with her kittens until they are weaned and she is spayed.
  • Reasons for taking cats/kittens into our care: 2 cats were believed to be owned; 1 cat was judged too friendly to survive in her environment; 1 kitten was left behind by her mother; a litter of 3 lost their mum and needed bottle-feeding; a mum and her 6 kittens were judged to be at risk because of tom cats (3 of her kittens had already died); 11 kittens were suffering from cat flu or malnourishment.
  • At the end of May, we had 26 cats and kittens in our care looking for good homes.
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One response to “Figures for 2012

  1. LEGENDS AND A HALF!!! 😀

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