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CATs Bermuda Limited is a non-profit, 100% volunteer-based organization formed in 2017 dedicated to looking after the homeless cat population in Bermuda.

Programs:

  • Feeding stations for homeless cats
  • TNR (trap, neuter, release)
  • Kitten foster program
  • Adoption program for tamed, unwanted, abandoned, homeless cats and kittens
  • Assisting people with options to spay and neuter their pet cats

Together with you we save lives â™¥

CATs Bermuda Limited is a registered Bermuda charity. Its main purpose is to control the feral cat population in Bermuda by means of the trap, test, spay/neuter & release programme. CATs seeks an overall decrease in the number of feral cats in Bermuda.

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Two sweet kitties need a temporary home for two months. Can anyone help these babes and their Mom out? Please contact 703-9202 if you are able to help. ... See MoreSee Less

Two sweet kitties need a temporary home for two months. Can anyone help these babes and their Mom out? Please contact 703-9202 if you are able to help.

SUCCESS! Contacted owner poor Tod has been missing for 2 years! Will reunite them tonight.

UPDATE: SPCA have identified Tod’s chip. Trying to track down registered owner now.

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Does anyone recognize this lovely friendly guy? We trapped him in Southampton last night. He is microchipped but we have so far not been able to find him registered anywhere (still waiting to hear from SPCA). Vets estimate he is about 8-10 years old. Please call 505 2682 or message me if you think this may be your cat.
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SUCCESS!  Contacted owner poor Tod has been missing for 2 years! Will reunite them tonight. 

UPDATE: SPCA have identified Tod’s chip. Trying to track down registered owner now. 

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Does anyone recognize this lovely friendly guy? We trapped him in Southampton last night. He is microchipped but we have so far not been able to find him registered anywhere (still waiting to hear from SPCA).  Vets estimate he is about 8-10 years old. Please call 505 2682 or message me if you think this may be your cat.

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He was so friendly, so glad his owners were located im sure he will be very happy to be home.

Awww I want to know more about this story! And from Tod’s perspective too...he’s seen things.

Sooo very happy to hear the wonderful news! Is there a picture of the family reunited? I love a happy ending!

How lovely, well done x

Missing for 2 years !!! That’s quite the walkabout for this boy ! So glad he can go home now !

How wonderful they must be over the moon. 😽😻

Fantastic news! Well done! ❤️

Dept of Environment wouldn’t have him on file, thinking perhaps he was imported?

So happy the owner has been found. ❤️

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Awesome news wow that's a mighty long time

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Dear all, every night i feed a beautiful and very friendly long haired persian who was clearly a dumped pet
I would love to bring her home but my cat is very jealous and would take a dim view of the whole thing. Could someone adopt this friendly cat? If you want to meet me some time I can introduce you to this cat. Thanks
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Also post pics at your local vets

I’ll have her

A photo might help.

Any photo of it?

Christie Plathe

Definitely have a vet scan the cat for a microchip so they can make sure she is not registered somewhere with another owner. Cats very often live a double life!

I have about 5 people who were interested in adopting a cat I recently found and cared for ... will pass on the info.

I thought my cats wouldn't take to a new one coming in, but when a new kitten was added they were fine. A few hisses but after a day they were eating and sleeping together

How can you be sure that she was dumped? Perhaps she prefers your menu. Post a photo of the cat please.

Hope you can find a loving home. I don’t think my Sylvester would be very happy to share, sadly.

also if you post a photo, the owners can either claim her, or say that they are happy for her to go to a new home.

Where to? Im looking for another cat..who would do such a thing...cats get used to each other after awhile. Just keep it in seperate room.

I am interested

My God who would dump.a cat just take it to spca . ridiculous

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Hello - that is kind you have been feeding her, but what if she is someone's pet? I know one of my cats goes around the neighbourhood testing what is on others' menus and as a result, barely eats the healthy options he has here. He doesn't wear a collar and is a black half persian - his coat is looking not so good recently despite my brushing him and he is partly feral so doesn't like being brushed. My point is, please make sure you are not by mistake giving away someone's pet. I would be devastated if someone took my cat just because he is a bit of a pig and begs for food around the hood.

Send pics of the cat

Looking for a kitten anybody got one 23 41307

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