Temporary home for three cats urgently needed….

Could you help?  SNARL are helping to find a temporary home for three well-behaved cats… Please contact the owner of the cats, not SNARL, if you can help…

SNARL writes on their Facebook page,

URGENT FOSTER HOME NEEDED FOR THREE CATS

Our friend is moving in a week and a half due to a marriage breakdown and whilst she looks for a new home, her three little ones will be homeless.

We have absolutely no space.

The cats have grown up together and are very loved and just need foster space whilst she makes arrangements.

The cats all love cuddles and having some playtime with their human, but also enjoy being left to their own devices, mainly so they can sleep and play amongst themselves.

6 year old long haired female tortoise shell with brown, grey and black fur – the leader of the pack.
5 year old short haired female black cat.
4 year old short haired male ginger cat.
They’ve all been spayed and neutered, and are well behaved.

Dhara is happy to cover costs.

Please contact Dhara directly on 07826 926 900 if you are able to help.

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Follow SNARL

on Facebook: South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty – SNARL

and on Twitter at @SNARLLondon

Keep an eye on their website for information and ways to support their work. Find it at http://snarl.org.uk/

 

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The cat killer – please share the latest flyer #OperationTakahe

The person or persons involved must be caught.Keep spreading the word.

Please keep spreading the word.

Here is the latest flyer from SNARL…

with a copy to download and share, here: SNARLposter11.10.17.

Help by displaying and sharing the latest flyer.

A description of the suspect has been produced.  Find details here.

If seen anyone approaching animals, or looking in people’s gardens or under vehicles, please dial 999 and report under Operation Takahe and then call Tony & Boudicca of SNARL on 07961 030064 or 07957 830490.

If you find a mutilated animal or body parts, please dial 101 and report under Operation Takahe and then also call Boudicca and Tony.

 

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Follow SNARL

on Facebook: South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty – SNARL

and on Twitter at @SNARLLondon

Keep an eye on their website for information and ways to support their work. Find it at http://snarl.org.uk/

 

The cat killer – description of the person thought to be linked to the case

 

An important update from SNARL

The suspect is a white male with dark brown hair, in his forties, with a pock marked or scarred face. He has no discernible accent.

He has been seen at a number of locations with variously, a head lamp, a torch, a backpack and a large man bag, approaching cats with food and/or toys and making “kissing noises”.

If seen approaching animals, or looking in people’s gardens or under vehicles, please dial 999 and report under Operation Takahe and then call Tony & Boudicca of SNARL on 07961 030064 or 07957 830490.

If you find a mutilated animal or body parts, please dial 101 and report under Operation Takahe and then also call Boudicca and Tony.

 

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Help by displaying and sharing the latest flyer, which you can download here: SNARL_immediate_area (at March 2017)

 

 

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Follow SNARL

on Facebook: South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty – SNARL

and on Twitter at @SNARLLondon

Keep an eye on their website for information and ways to support their work. Find it at http://snarl.org.uk/

 

 

The Dog Awareness event in Lloyd Park, Croydon was a great success!

Croydon Council dog warden service works in close partnership with Dogs Trust to help promote responsible dog ownership. They held a Dog Awareness Event in Lloyd Park yesterday which was a great success.

Tara Boswell, Croydon Dog Warden reports,
“Yesterday’s event in Lloyd Park went really well, the sun came out and we micro-chipped 12 dogs, updated the microchip details for 6 and handed out 11 low-cost neutering vouchers. Some dogs also had a go at our fun agility.”

“By preventing unwanted litters and ensuring dogs within the borough are microchipped and up to date, we are able to help tackle the problem of unwanted strays and reunite missing dogs with their owners much faster without the need for kennelling, so this was a great outcome.”

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They are also running a ‘£35 Neutering’ initiative during 2017 and it is not too late to see if you qualify for help.

There is a UK wide overpopulation of unwanted dogs and although this is due to a large number of unscrupulous backyard breeders, there are also many owners who would like to have their dog neutered but simply cannot afford it, which leads to accidental litters, continuous straying, dog thefts and unneutered dogs being sold to new owners, antisocial behaviour involving dogs and dangerous dogs so it is hoped that this initiative will help curb these problems. To find out more, click here.

*Did you know that as of 6th April 2016, all dogs must be microchipped by law? 
For more information, see www.chipmydog.org.uk

Fundraiser – SNARL does the Blues – 25 March 2017

 

 

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Follow SNARL

on Facebook: South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty – SNARL

and on Twitter at @SNARLLondon

Keep an eye on their website for information and ways to support their work. Find it at http://snarl.org.uk/

 

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PETA and Outpaced are also offering a reward totally £10,000 for information that leads to a conviction.

The cat killer – info, reward for info and what you can do to help

When the injuries and killings of cats originally came to light through the work of SNARL, much of the activity appeared to relate to the Croydon and M25 area. Since then, more reports have come in, both new and historic, including rabbits and foxes as well as cats and over a far wider area.

What can you do?

  • Please help by spreading the word so more people are aware.
  • Keep small animals in wherever possible, and ensure cats are called in and kept in at night.

 

 

  • REPORT anything suspicious to SNARL and to the Police. It is vital that the evidence is preserved.
  • And if you see anyone with a bladed instrument or suspect that a crime is in progress, please call 999.

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Please read and share.

If you hear about any further domestic or wild animals been injured or found dead with the following:
Slashed neck/ decapitation and/or
Slashed belly and/or
Organs removed and/or
Pelvis removed and/or
Tail removed and/or
Leg/tail removed and/or
Any other injury which looks like it is a knife wound

Please:
1. Ask the person to contact SNARL on 07957 830 490 or mobile 07961 030064 immediately

2. Report the finding to the police either by calling 999 if they are at the scene or 101 if it is some time since they saw/ found the body/ parts.

It is ABSOLUTELY VITAL that the body/parts are safeguarded and SNARL will come out, even if it is after hours to collect any body or body parts for examination by the vet working on this case.

If the animal is still alive please take him or her straight to the vet for treatment and call us as soon as you can afterwards.

If you see anyone behaving suspiciously, particularly if they are carrying a knife or bladed weapon, please call 999 (this advice comes directly from the police) immediately.

Follow SNARL

on Facebook: South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty – SNARL

and on Twitter at @SNARLLondon

Keep an eye on their website for information and ways to support their work. Find it at http://snarl.org.uk/

 

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PETA and Outpaced are also offering a reward totally £10,000 for information that leads to a conviction.

Download a poster, like the one below, here: M25_animal_killer_poster – at March 2017

 

And Download the PDF of the flyer below here, to share: Keep cats safe This contains click through links.

This contains click through links.

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