Tag Archive: neuter


January 26, 2018

Snip N Chip Cat Campaign 2018

SNIP N CHIP CAMPAIGN 2018 Over the last 2 years we have seen a huge increase in the number of requests to help cats in the local community, particularly from members of the public concerned for stray or feral cats living on the streets with no owners to care for them. These cats are often […]


August 5, 2017

Support our Snip N Chip Campaign

This campaign is proudly sponsored by Michael George Commercials, S60 1BD Right now in South Yorkshire we are suffering a cat crisis. The number of unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens is on the increase. August 1st saw the launch of the Cat Smart project in Sheffield offering FREE neutering and chipping for cats in […]


March 12, 2015

Operation Feral : Our TNR programe continues …

Operation Feral Our Trap, Neuter, Release work here in Sheffield, South Yorkshire aims to try and improve the health and populations of feral cats who live on old abandoned steel works with no one else to care for them. TNR programs are one of the only humane and effective approaches for stray and feral cats. […]


November 13, 2014

6 Dogs and Cats Visit The Vet

We’ve just dropped off 6 dogs and cats off at the vets. Benny, Billy and Queenie are being neutered along with cats Taylor and Alfie. As well as Chutney who is today having the operation to try and sort her entropians. Fingers crossed it works and she will feel much better really soon. Poor girl […]


October 20, 2014

Operation Feral Update : Harold and Milo Looking For New Homes

Operation feral has two new recruits Harold (black) and Milo (ginger), two tom cats captured at the Sheffield site where we are helping to trap, neuter and release around 90 feral cats living on the site. Their conditions are bad and population growing all the time. We are attempting to help their lives be healthier […]

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September 19, 2014

Operation ‘Feral’ Begins …

We have seen a huge rise in the number of kittens being born in and around South Yorkshire over the past few months. Each day we receive calls from people who’s pet cats have dropped litters unexpectedly or members of the public coming across ferals setting up home in their back yards. The number of […]