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Forklift Used To Rescue Cat Stuck Under Grill

Forklift Used To Rescue Cat Stuck Under Grill

Thanks to a ‘joint operation’ by the SPCA and the Corporation of St George’s, a cat that managed to get stuck under a drain grill in St. George’s was safely rescued.The SPCA said, “Our inspector had an emergency call out. A cat was stuck under a drain grill in the town square of St. George’s. It is a mystery how the... Read more of this article

SPCA Extends Special $25 Cat Adoption Fee

SPCA Extends Special $25 Cat Adoption Fee

The Bermuda SPCA’s special adoption fee of $25 has been extended until August 13, and the shelter has a two-for-one deal with cat adoptions, with each cat including all necessary vaccinations, a microchip identification number, and spaying or neutering, representing a “saving of over $550 for a potential adopter.” “We are sad to... Read more of this article

Bermuda SPCA Hosting “Desperate Housecats”

Bermuda SPCA Hosting “Desperate Housecats”

From July 5 through July 16, the Bermuda SPCA is hosting “Desperate Housecats,” an adoption drive to encourage animal lovers to come and adopt the adult cats in the shelter’s care. The shelter is currently at capacity with over 40 cats of all shapes, ages, colours and sizes and a waiting list of cats requiring their care. “We have reduced... Read more of this article

Cat Adoptions Temporarily Suspended At SPCA

Cat Adoptions Temporarily Suspended At SPCA

Cat adoptions have been temporarily suspended at the Bermuda SPCA Shelter on Valley Road in Paget due to Cat ‘flu’. The Island’s only animal shelter has suspended cat adoptions until Tuesday June 28, while staff and volunteers work to care for the cats and minimize further spread of the ‘flu’ virus. “We currently have over 40 cats living... Read more of this article

Bermuda SPCA On ‘Microchip Your Pet Month’

Bermuda SPCA On ‘Microchip Your Pet Month’

With June being touted as “Microchip Your Pet Month,” the Bermuda SPCA is reminding the public of the importance of microchipping as “an essential part of looking after your pet and ensuring that it can be positively identified.” A spokesperson said, “Microchips last the lifetime of your pet and can’t be removed easily... Read more of this article

SPCA Holding ‘Spring A Cat’ Adoption Promotion

SPCA Holding ‘Spring A Cat’ Adoption Promotion

The Bermuda SPCA ‘Spring a Cat‘ adoption program has over 30 cats available for adoption, with any adult cat available for $25 until May 14. The promotion poster says, “Our Spring a Cat adoption promotion is in full swing with over 30 cats to choose from. Adopt any adult cat for just $25 until May 14, 2016 “When you spring a... Read more of this article

SPCA Helps Reduce Unwanted Cat Population

SPCA Helps Reduce Unwanted Cat Population

The Bermuda SPCA‘s CatSnip effort, a program which provides funding assistance to private cat owners to have their cats spayed and neutered in an effort to reduce the unwanted cat population, has reportedly been a success to date, assisting with funding for more than 275 privately owned cats at a cost of approximately $48,525. A spokesperson said,... Read more of this article

SPCA To Host Cat Adoption Event This Saturday

SPCA To Host Cat Adoption Event This Saturday

On Saturday September 19th, the Bermuda SPCA is having a cat adoption event, to encourage animal lovers to come and adopt the adult felines in the Shelter’s care. The Shelter said they are at “cat-pacity” with cats of all shapes, ages, colours and sizes, making it a great time to consider adding a furry feline companion to your household. “We’re... Read more of this article

‘Constipated Cat’ Book Promotes Healthy Living

‘Constipated Cat’ Book Promotes Healthy Living

Using rhymes, verses and vibrant illustrations, author Dena Enice is teaching young readers about the importance of healthy eating for themselves and their pets, showing the consequences of an unhealthy diet with her book The Constipated Cat. “How healthy are you?” the narrative asks its readers as it shows how the Sweet family settles a minor dispute,... Read more of this article

Police & BAMZ Attend Report Of “Wild Animal”

Police & BAMZ Attend Report Of “Wild Animal”

[Updated with video. Police, BAMZ and Parks Dept officials attended the Cooper’s Island area after they received a report of what they termed a “large” and “wild animal,” which is now believed to have been a feral cat from St David’s] The police are on scene at the Cooper’s Island area in St David’s this... Read more of this article

Bermuda Cat Earns Over 3,000 Twitter Followers

Bermuda Cat Earns Over 3,000 Twitter Followers

A Bermuda cat dubbed Walt E Bobs has managed to amass over 3,000 Twitter followers, landing him at number 40 on June’s top 50 list, an accomplishment he appears to have celebrated with some Gosling’s rum. Judging by the feline’s tweets, which explore various aspects of living from a cat’s point of view, Walt E Bobs seems to enjoy... Read more of this article

Over $5,500 Raised For Cat Attacked By Dog

Over $5,500 Raised For Cat Attacked By Dog

[Updated] A Bermuda family has turned to crowd funding in order to procure surgery and the necessary follow up care for their injured cat, who was recently attacked by a dog, leaving it with a fractured pelvis. As of the morning of January 30, the GoFundMe campaign has raised $1,665 of the needed $3,500 through 23 donations. The crowd funding page says,... Read more of this article

Pet Owner Seeks Help Finding Missing Cat

Pet Owner Seeks Help Finding Missing Cat

A family is hoping that the community can help them locate their missing cat, with 4 year old “Toby” going missing from the Poinciana Road, Devonshire area on November 25th. Sophie and Matthew Francis said they desperately want to find Toby, who is quite distinctive looking, as he only has three legs, with his front left leg missing.He... Read more of this article