Online newspapers and social media sites are featuring the plight of a cat feeder from Marsacala. Such cases are far from rare and are indeed happening all over Malta. I don't blame disgruntled locals who are not fond of having cats around. Cats can be a nuisance and may even cause damage to property and gardens. The … Continue reading ‘National Stray Neutering’ campaign urgently needed
It's a busy weekday. You're driving at 56km/hr on the 'fast lane' at 9.17am. You're well within your legal driving speed limits, but the not-so-serene-looking driver overtaking you rolls down the window to shout out something in Maltese. "Suq min hemm qisek ĠBEJNA" (which roughly translates to "get out of the fast lane, slow coach". OK . . … Continue reading For goats’ sake, it’s made from sheep milk!
If you have a male cat and it starts spraying all over your house, you only need to do one thing . . . call a vet and fix him. Some pet owners are taken by surprise when their male fluffy cats start showing signs of puberty. To put you in the picture, think of … Continue reading It’s that time of the year
Nature is capable of teaching us many lessons. Over the past 4 years I've been caring for strays, and accepting to let go has been the hardest task so far. Feeding stray and feral cats for 365 days a year is a commitment, while curing their ailments can sometimes be quite complicated. Once you start … Continue reading Letting nature take its course