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  • STILL MISSING - DRUMNACONAGHER ROAD/ BALLYNAHINCH/CROSSGAR/DOWNPATRICK AREA. Our wee tortoise shell cat has been missing since mid August. We live in a pretty rural area with lots of fields round about, so we're hoping she's just decided to take an extended hunting holiday. Unfortunately we've never been able to get her to sit still long enough to have her photo taken. But I can tell you that she is vibrant ginger and black, and has a very white belly. She has pink foot pads, raggedy wee ears, and from the back it looks like she's wearing black boots on her back legs. She also randomly hisses, even when she's purring (I think those wires got a bit crossed somewhere along the way!). Any information anyone has about her would be so appreciated, even if you just think you might have spotted her somewhere. Thanks, from the Bogues family.

    6 hours ago

  • please share- Female Lurcher last seen on Bairdstown rd area of Ballywalter. Any recent sightings? Thanks folks!

    7 hours ago

  • Meet Evie, Evie is a 5 year old, Spayed Female. Evie is a beautiful Tortoiseshell cat. She is a very friendly and loving big girl. If you would be interested in giving Evie her forever home, please call to the sanctuary to meet her or contact us on 02894 463993.

    7 hours ago

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Since we opened in April 1996 we have found caring homes for an average of 20 animals each week (over 7000 to date). They come from many sources; some are abandoned, others come to us because their owners have to go into care, some due to marital breakups, moving abroad, and others are unclaimed animals from pounds throughout Northern Ireland.

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