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Updates from RANA and Rescued Cats to adopt in the UK available

Hi everyone and welcome to RANA blog!

It's been a while! We have someone new helping out with the website so promising to give you all more regular updates with what we have been up to... Because there is always something happening in Tunisia and our mission is to save lives! 


We have many amazing rescue cats for adoption to the UK, each with their own story and in need of a loving home. Scroll down to see their cute faces and for more information, click on ‘Cats needing homes’ for their stories and as always, contact us for more information. 


In 2023 we had 21 cats adopted and several more brought to UK and currently in foster, awaiting their forever homes! We have many being cared for, treated and loved with rescuers in Tunisia, awaiting to heal and be strong enough to fly to UK and to foster and new homes!


In the last few years since the last blog post we have had many cats adopted to the UK and also a few dogs! We are a small charity and all those involved are so happy when our animals find their forever homes. You can see animals settled happily in their forever homes on the ‘Happy Ever Afters’ page. 


Recently we have luckily found some little kittens in some sorry states… A couple are: 


RANA Rescuers in Tunis heard online of a kitten with severe bulging sore eyes, so Rescuer Meriam took to the road to find him. Driving for hours... Sweet Habibi was found alone next to a wall on the street of Sousse with a severe eye infection, bulging and in severe pain. Meriam got him the vet help he needed and now he is looking for his home! He is blind but that doesn’t stop him! What a brave, loving cutie! 


tabby cat found on street in Tunisia with eye infection
Habibi, beautiful Tabby kitten found on street in Tunis

Kip was found in January with the skin of his leg completely sheared off... He was very likely hit by a car. Poor baby was so trusting and friendly, despite his severe pain and everything he had been through. He bravely got his leg amputated and is recovering well. Huge thanks to everyone who supported with his vet bills! Kip is currently reserved awaiting adoption.


ginger kitten recovering from surgery of leg amputation. UK rescue animal organisation, cats for adoption
Kip, recovering after his surgery to remove his leg (hidden by tail)

Not forgetting that in the last few months of we have had 7 cats adopted which is amazing! Please continue to share the work of RANA, by word of mouth, interacting and sharing with our social media posts. 


If you can donate to help the animals, no amount is too small! Click the DONATE button from the top menu for the information! Donations contribute towards food, shelter, medical help, spaying and neutering.


Thank you everyone for your continued support, from us and the street animals! <3


All of these beautiful babies are looking for their forever homes. Can you help or know someone who needs a friend? Get in touch...


Love RANA Team and the animals xx


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