We have many feral cats in the village, - and with the help and sound guidance ( 'get him by the scruff of the neck Angela') of Cynthia Smith, we atKouklia Artworks are promoting her initiative to humanely manage the feline population. through the capture neuter and release programme .
Chalkie may be disgruntled with us at the moment, but I know will return to us tomorrow unharmed after his stay at the vet's in Paphos, and if he chooses to ever come near me again- he will be treated to some of the lovely sardine which he was aiming for when he entered the trap.
He certainly WON'T be adding to the problem of more kittens who would have no home and require rescuing at a later stage through Cynthia and the Tala Monastery Cat rescue association . http://www.talamonasterycats.com/
Although Villages actually need cats to keep on top of the rat and mouse population, which in turn manages the snake problem, cats are cats, and breeding can run out of control.
If anybody is interested in getting involved, Cynthia runs a Cattery in KOUKLIA, for rescue, and boarding, and raises funds for the programme- Nice one Cynthia.
We are hoping for ' the one that got away' tomorrow !'