Happily Homed

Found by a farm worker in a field, 4 month old Trefle’s coat was completely matted, he was not in a good state at all. … More Trefle

Roscoe was observed to have been released from a car by a man in the car park of a retirement home.  As he resembles a … More Roscoe

Sadly Zara’s elderly owner died leaving her 4 lovely cats, each one well looked after and now finding themselves without a home. This is Zara, … More Zara

Jin had her little ones in a garden in a big town, alone and trying to find food, a kindly lady rescued them and asked … More Jin

Timbert was found in a dustbin!  A known place for abandons. This is the cuddliest gorgeous big ginger boy who deserves a great forever home … More Timbert

Dodo’s owner died leaving her and her mum. Dodo is a gorgeous friendly, cuddly girl who would rather be the only cat in the household. … More Dodo

Cleo is a beautiful, calm, cuddly cat of only 6 years old, but her loss makes her look older. Cleo’s owner died,leaving her with no-one, … More Cleo

Gorgeous Santiago was taken from the animal pound where she would have been put to sleep if we hadn’t stepped in. Beautiful, cuddly and playful, … More Santiago

Photos and comments can also be found on our Facebook group HERE

We love to share happy stories about cats who have found their new forever homes why not check them out our facebook page. Congratulations to their new guardians.

Photos recieved from January 2015
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To view photos received before 2015, take a look at our ‘Happily Homed Album‘.

Happily Homed Album

It takes a lot more than good intentions to run any animal rescue centre correctly.
It needs compassion, commitment, objectivity, experience and skills in:-
• Management,
• Accounting,
• Networking,
• Marketing,
• Plus the determination and ability to initiate community action.

It is also true that it costs money.
As soon as a cat is taken into the care of Chats du Quercy Cat Rescue and Rehoming Centre, there are associated costs, including: food, medicine and veterinary fees.
On average, each cat in our care costs 300€.
Running Chats du Quercy costs 7000€ per month.

A few more figures that may enlighten you –
• Chats du Quercy average monthly food bill is 1300€
• Chats du Quercy average monthly litter bill is 500€
• Chats du Quercy spend almost 1300€ annually on flea and worm treatments

There are many people who work very hard to ensure our doors stay open. It is a full-time job to do fund-raising alone, not counting the hours put into the actual animal care. Understandably, people want to be certain their money is put to good use.
Whatever donation you are able to make, you can be sure they you are helping an established, reputable charity that has built an excellent reputation and has shown it is serious, knowledgeable, successful and dedicated to cat welfare.

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