27/6/20 - We have been to Kilkeel to deliver shelters and pet food to help wee ferals being cared for by a very kind lady. Now they will have a warm and dry home to feel safe in and a regular supply of pet food. The true heroes are those who make sure they are feed regularly and kept well.
30/5/20 Pet food delivered to feral /community cats being well cared for in Ballintoy.
28/5/20 More wee ferals provided with food and shelter. It's so wonderful to see people caring for them.
28/5/20 Once again thank you to Andy for donating another snug.
27/5/20 Cinder, Pennywise and wee noname who’s hiding under the car are enjoying their treats
27/5/20 2 shelters and food now delivered to a colony of feral /community cats in Kilkeel. They are being cared for by a kind family who have also got them neutered. Thank you to Andy for generously donating these snugs.
24/5/20 This wee community cat has befriended a lady and has been keeping her company through distressing times. The lady has been looking after her really well and the pet food we have supplied through our Project Wildcat Scheme will help them both.
19/5/20 And more provided with pet food
19/5/20 More wee feral/community cats received a good supply of pet food last week. They've really made themselves at home! The person feeding them doesn't mind and takes good care of them
3/5/20 This is one of 16 community cats being cared for by a very compassionate woman. A good supply of pet food was delivered to help her keep feeding them during troubled times. Thank you to everyone who has donated to our crowdfunder appeal. These funds will be used to help community and feral cats in this time of need.
18/4/20 - The cat guardian of 4 community cats was concerned when she couldn't get out to get pet food, as having to self isolated. We delivered a good supply to help her through this bad time.
16/4/20 - A supply of pet food delivered to help feral / community cats. Debs is the amazing guardian of over 20 cats. We don't know what they would do without her compassionate care.Here's some she helps...
23/2/20 More deliveries of shelters, bedding and pet food to a family caring for 6 wee feral cats. We're glad to be able to help give them shelter in this very cold and wet weather. A very big thank you to Andy who had donated one of the shelters.
2/2/20 - we provided a shelter to give a wee feral a home, keeping them warm and dry.
25/1/20 Lucy in his wee house (yes he's a male!). It took Lucy quite a while to build up his confidence before he would go into the kennel. As you can see he is happy and warm. A timely reminder what this scheme is al about!
30/11/19 14 ferals in Omagh have received a good supply of pet food to help them over the winter months
26/11/19 Glenariffe shelter-The cats LOVED it!!! They all wanted into it & now have a wee home away from the wind and rain. They enjoyed plenty of food and were waiting every morning for breakfast!
28/10/19 2 more shelters provided to keep 4 feral cats warm and dry.
28/10/19 It's been a very busy few weeks as we've been getting pet food and shelters to people caring for feral cats. Here's some of the shelters we supplied to 16 ferals to keep them warm and dry throughout the winter.
14/10/19 Some of the wee Bangor Seafront Cats helped during our Feral Cat Month
14/10/19 It was a very busy evening delivering pet food to wonderful people feeding feral and community cats. The food has been collected over the last few weeks as part of 7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month and has been shared out to help almost 80 cats. Some will be getting shelters to keep them warm and dry too. Thank you to everyone who donated the food and to those who have helped us in the store collections too
12/10/19 We collected £102.45 of pet food and £28.69 at Sainsbury's Forestside yesterday. Thank you to all the generous customers who donated. This will be shared with animals in our pet food bank and project wildcat schemes. This month is our Feral Cat Month and all the cat food is shared with people feeding feral and community cats throughout Northern Ireland. A very big thank you to Hugh and Neil who collected for us yesterday and raised all this.
18/8/19 This wee cat has been abandoned and a kind lady is feeding him. He doesn't get on with her cats so if anyone would like to offer him an indoor home, please get in contact with us. We have provided him with a shelter in the meantime
18/8/19 We were out today delivering a shelter to a wee cat.
9/7/19 This wee feral has now got shelter & being cared for by a great lady
9/7/19 This great snug was delivered to Ballycastle to provide shelter for a wee fera cat
7/7/19 Another cat provided with a good supply of pet food
7/7/19 Another cat has received a good supply of pet food through our Project Wildcat scheme
7/7/19 Another cat provided with pet food. The lady caring for them makes sure they have plenty of shelter from the sun
7/7/19 Here's one of the wee cats we delivered pet food whose owner was in need of help. This lady takes such good care of them and worries about the sun affecting them. She has come up with amazing ideas such as a tent made of cardboard and covered with tarpaulin. All of which does cost much but gives them shelter from the heat
3/6/19 This couple really care for the ferals and strays. We are glad to be able to supply pet food to them
3/6/19 This wee feral certainly trusts the family feeding them
29/4/19 Here's only some of the feral cats Debs looks after. We help by providing pet food, shelter & cover the cost of the neutering
18/4/19 Here's 2 of the feral/ community cats we provided shelters & pet food to a very kind family who takes care of them
13/3/19 This wee cat received supplies of pet food and a snug o keep him warm
13/3/19 One of the feral cats in North Belfast receiving supplies of pet food
13/3/19 Another snug and pet food delivered to some feral cats in North Belfast this week. These ferals are being cared for by a great couple who worry about them and make sure they are well feed. The shelters we supply through the project wildcat scheme will keep them warm and dry.
3/3/19 We delivered a shelter and pet food to a kind man caring for 4 feral cats in West Belfast. Now they will have somewhere safe, dry and warm to shelter from the cold. Thank you to the man for taking care of them. Thank you everyone for the donations of food to help him.
1/2/19 Here's another of the cats Jean & Fran are caring for
1/2/19 Here's some of the wee cats being cared for by Jean & Frank. We've just delivered a good supply of pet food to help them through our Project Wildcat. They are incredible caring for them for many years giving them so much love
15/1/19 A shelter delivered to a very kind lady caring for a wee feral, just in time to give it warmth & shelter before the snow came.
31/10/18 Thank you Belfast Pug Club
£59.37 was raised at their Halloween Pug Party. All the food is being given to ferals throughout Northern Ireland as part of our Feral Cat Month.
30/10/18 A kind man has been feeding a feral mum & her kittens. We had provided a shelter for Mum & have been back to deliver more pet food
291018 Another of 7th Heaven's free shelters has been delivered to provide a warm home to a feral cat in Ahoghill
29/10/18 We provided plenty of food to feed this wee feral as part of 7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month
26/10/18 More of the 10 cats we provided pet food to & helped with the cost of neutering
1/7/18 10 more cats helped with pet food
6/8/18 Some of the cats & kittens in Newtownards provided with a good supply of pet food
26/5/18 One of the 10 cats we are supplying pet food to
22/4/18 Midnight has now got a safe, warm home to shelter from all the exteme elements and provided with food 3 times a day
18/2/18 Here is one of the shelters we provided a home for ferals, all thanks to Jollyes' Glengormley
18/2/18 This is the Tirgracy crew, who we provide regular supplies of pet food to.
We delivered a good supply of pet food to over 150 ferals during January/February 18
23/11/17 One of the 5 cats being helped through our Project Wildcat scheme. It gets brave coming inside once it sees food!
23/11/17 A neighbour feeds these cats after their owner put them out and doesn't feed them,but won't rehoming. The neighbour can't see them not being feed, so we have stepped in to provide her with food.
23/11/17 A poor wee timid cat was dumped out by its owner several years ago and a neighbour has been caring for it since. It's now got a home! The lady caring for him is very good and feeds him every day.
19/11/17 We delivered supplies of pet food to the official Bangor Seafront cats. Their carers are so committed, looking after them an amazing 365 days a year
Oct 17 - 2 of these shelter will now provide homes for 4 feral cats at the docks. Another shelter will provide a home to 2 feral cats in Woodvale
22/10/17 We provided this wee community cat with a new shelter to keep warm in the winter
22/10/17 We provided a good supply of pet food to a hostel in North Belfast caring for 16 community cats. We will be continuing to help them
3/10/17 These wee community cats have now got cosy homes to take shelter in as the weather gets bad.
31/10/17 We provided 2 snugs provide homes to more community cats and some food
19/6/17 This wee community cat is loved by a woman and her neighbour. They feed her and her furry friends. She's got a shelter and lots of pet food through our Project Wildcat scheme
19/6/17 This wee cat and his furry friends are well cared for and those caring for him have received lots of pet food
3/17 OJ is still looking well and being cared for by the staff at W5, helped by our supplies of pet food
Dec 16. Paula says: Just in time for Christmas and Storm Barbara. The cats in my garden now have a dry place for cover and food. Thank you so much for your kindness and all you do to help all the animals in need. This is what Christmas is really all about. Xx
11/12/16 Thank you Macy and family for this lovely message. Thanks Lisa!
15/1/17 Lots & lots of animals have been helped, with your support to 7th Heaven's Pet Food Bank & Project Wildcat schemes. Here's only a few. Thank you from them all.
15/1/17 Thank you to Fay & John who donated lots of pet food to 7th Heaven's animals & also to Project Wildcat's feral cats. We have been delivering non-stop to animals in need over the last few weeks, so this ssupport is really welcome.
15/1/17 Thank you to Pets at Home, Newtownabbey for the pet food, treats, bedding & toys donated on 15/12/16 - £135.49 & 12/1/17 - £103.82. This has helped 7th Heaven's rescued animals and those we support in through our Pet Food Bank and Project Wildcat schemes. You are so generous.
11/12/16 47 animals were provided pet food to last week. We hope that our Project Wildcat support goes some way to helping them.
Thank you to everyone who has continued to support us through your donations to these schemes.
15/12/16 A big thank you to Andy and the 'Big Lad' and to Donna for the donations of cat food last week. We have given these out feed feral cats over the last few days. They enjoyed the cat milk too!
You are all so kind and caring!
30/11/16 We delivered Mark, Clare & Noah's gift of a shelter to Lisa and her family. They are caring for a wee stray mum and her kittens. They are all doing well and being cared for by this family.
Now they should be warm as the cold winter sets in.
Thanks Lisa and family for taking such good care of them
22/11/16 We were delighted to be able to supply lots of pet food to the Official Bangor Seafront Cats as part of our Feral Cat Month.
Well done, Dennis, Anne, Audrey and all the volunteers who go out every day to feed and care for these wee ferals. You are doing such a wonderful job looking after them with such commitment and compassion.
22/11/16 Thank you to Pets at Home VIP Club.Last month we received £72 lifeline vouchers.
We were able to buy lots and lots of cat food as part of our Feral Cat month and donate this to help feed feral cats throughout Northern Ireland
19/11/16 We received a surprise visit from Sonia and her family at the weekend. She wanted to drop off some food....
We are amazed at this wonderful donation and cannot thank Sonia enough for her generosity and compassion.12 wee ferals received food supplies over the last 2 days.
5/11/16 A feral cat in Newtownards receives a shelter and food from 7th Heaven - just in time for the bad weather
The woman who cares every day for her say:
Our wee cat loving her new home....thank you so much for your help. Val x
27/10/16 Look at this amazing donation of pet food we collected from our donation point at Sainsbury's Carrickfergus during our October Feral Cat Month.
Your customers are so generous in donating £231.18 worth of pet food. This has now all been donated to pets whose owners are in need and feral and community cats throughout Northern Ireland.
Thank you everyone for caring!
30/10/16 We're reaching the end of 7th Heaven's feral cat month. All the cat food donated this month has been supplied to feral and community cats throughout Northern Ireland.
There has been a lot of requests for help and support and we have still quite a few more to supply. Our priority will be to provide food first to those most in need, but we hope to help the remainder as more donations are received.
Thank you everyone who has donated cat food to help them.
30/10/16 Here's some of the 11 ferals we provided food for in the last few days. Thank you Kate for looking after them so well.
16/10/16 What did you do today? Did you help a feral or community cat?
We know quite a few of you that not only help them on this day, but every day of the year. On behalf of all those voiceless cats you help - THANK YOU!
16/10/16 Who will you help today?
16/10/16 Who remembers OJ?
OJ was a wee female feral cat who took up residency in the Odyssey / Titanic area. The staff nearby have been feeding her for many years now.
7th Heaven provided her with shelter and some medical treatment. We have continued to provide the caring people with supplies of food for her.
We dropped more off on Friday & she was looking really well. Well done everyone for caring for her!
16/10/16 Today is Feral Cat Day
7th Heaven continues to highlight the plight of feral and community cats as an Alley Cat Advocate.
Alley Cat Allies is the national engine of change for cats. They are seen around the world as a global champion for the humane treatment of all cats. They are the only national advocacy organisation in America dedicated to protecting and improving cats' lives.
What will you do today to help feral or community cats?
15/10/16 Are you?
9/10/16 VIP club 'Hi £5 Million' celebration, Saturday 8th October 2016
7th Heaven was invited into Pets at Home, Newtownabbey store to join in their celebration of raising £5 million VIP Lifelines for charities. Thank you everyone who called in to say 'Hi'. We were delighted to be able to promote our schemes and Alley Cat's National Feral Cat Day on 16 October.
8/10/16 Please take time out to help a feral or community cat
Thank you to everyone who is already helping them and saving their lives
7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month
5/10/16 In the last 2 days, we've delivered pet food for 15 feral cats and also provided a shelter to provide a home for 6 cats. they're all set up for the winter now.
4/10/16 7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month
Highlighting the plight of unfortunate feral, community and stray cats & kittens
4/10/16 What did you do today for animals on World Animal Day?
Share your story with us.
3/10/16 7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month
Dedicated to the plight of feral / community cats.
2/10/16 Sainsbury's Forestside
Look at all the pet food received from customers donating to the Pet Food Bank at Sainsbury's Forestside last week. £181.87 worth of pet food was received. You are all so generous and this will help us provide support to pets whose owners are in difficult and support the feral cat community.
1/10/16 October is 7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month
If anyone is currently caring for ferals in Northern Ireland and needs 7th Heaven's help, please e-mail us: email@example.com
1/10/16 ctober is 7th Heaven's Feral Cat Month
7th Heaven have designated October to be Feral Cat Month. Feral cats are frequently ignored, considered pests and treated very cruelly by some. 7th Heaven simply see them as felines that like living al fresco.
During October, some of the cat food donated to us, will be used to feed Feral and Community cats. Any donations received specifically for them will be used to buy them food and shelter if needed.
We fed 312 cats in 2015/16
25/9/16 The Official Bangor Seafront Cats update:
Snugs in place and Thornton isn't long in claiming his !
Thanks to Dennis, Audrey, Anne & others for taking care of them so well!
25/2/15 More wee cats have been provided with shelters. 2 farm cats were left behind when the owner moved home and have now settled into their new abode. Another older feral is now curled up in their own new residence too.
1/2/15 We have provided Vicky with some food and a kennel to provide shelter to a family of cats she is taking care of. Well done Vicky for insulating this ready for them moving in and for continuing to care for them.
1/2/15 We've been busy out and about this week all over Northern Ireland delivering more shelters for Feral and Community Cats including 2 Snugs to a colony in North Belfast and 1 to Poyntzpass. Latest word is they are all using them
22/1/15 More cat kennels and food go to help Community Cats
Thanks to Amanda who donated 2 plastic kennels a few nights ago, the community cats at a fold in North Belfast should have shelter in these very cold winter days & nights. There were about 8 cats being looked after lovingly by the local residents. We will monitor to see if they need more shelters and will continue to provide a supply of food. Well done everyone involved for caring for them!
Thank you to Amanda who donated 2 great plastic cat kennels for the Project Wildcat Scheme. You are so generous!
Another kennel has been provided for this wee feral Mum. The kittens are still being worked with and it is hoped they can be found a home.
Kimberley, her family and Jeanette have went to great lengths to help this wee mum. Kimberly says that providing the kennel has given peace of mind that she will have shelter, and they will continue to feed her and look out for her.
Thank you from all of us!
More Snug kennels have been provided for ferals in Randalstown and Ballyclare. It's been bad weather lately and hopefully they will have good shelter now. They will continue to be fed.
A big thank you to University of Ulster Library Staff for their donation to purchase a Snug for the next wee feral needing a safe, dry shelter
This has been used to help provideshelter for a wee old feral in Ballygawley
Kennels have been provided for larger colonies of cats to shelter together in Holywood, Whitewell and Lisburn. We also provided some food to help those caring for them
Here's an update of the wee feral cats in Newtownards we provided with some snug kennels and some food. We will be helping with the cost of neutering. Keep up the good work Debs in looking after them! You are doing an amazing job in caring and feeding them.
Debs looks after the wee ferals
We delivered 2 bright pink Snug kennels and some food to these 4 wee ferals in West Belfast on Christmas Eve. We think they liked what Santa brought them. Thanks Siobhan for looking after them
We supplied £383.94 worth of food, donated as part of the Feral Cat Month event, to help feed the feral colony at Bangor seafront. We supplied a few more Snugs too to keep them cosy over the winter, that's a total of 8 provided to help them during the bad weather
This wee snug has gone to help an older feral in Ballygawley
It has been sponsered by the University of Ulster, Library staff - a big thank you to them!!!
As part of Project Wildcat we provide kennels for the wee ferals cats to have shelter.We have now started to provide some snugs, bedding and food for the Bangor Seafront cats. October 2014 - Feral Cat Month
7th Heaven are please to be able to help the feral cats at Bangor Seafront. Some of the food donated throughout this month will go to help feed them. There are approximately 55 feral cats in the colony cared for by their dedicated volunteers
Another Snug has found it's way to Crawfordsburn yesterday, where another wee feral will have shelter. Thanks to Wendy and everyone who will continue to feed Buddy. It's great to see people who care and will help those in need.
7th Heaven are pleased to be able to help Littlecat Jacq by providing a shed to help house eight semi ferals and two ferals. We hope this will keep them warm through the winter