ADVICE AND INFORMATION
WHERE IS THE NEAREST VET?
Clinica Veterinaria Moixica - Carrer de Roger de Flor, 39, Puerto Pollenca Tel: +34 971 86 68 42
Clinica Veterinaria Pollenca - Carrer de la Reina, Maria Cristina, 5, Pollenca Tel: +34 971 53 03 51
Clinica Veterinaria Alcudia - Arda la Marina no. 10, 07400, Alcudia Tel: +34 971 54 79 76
Clinica Arol, Palma Tel: (+34) 971 752 546 Emergencies (+34) 636 677 740
Clinica Canis, Palma Tel: (+34) 971 732 100
Clinica Can Picafort Tel: +34 678 37 72 46 (Whatsapp)
WHAT ELSE CAN I DO TO HELP?
Emergencies - please email us details of the situation, the exact location with a google pin and photos if possible. We will do our best to help if we are able. Or, you can contact the vet closest to you and take the cat to the vets for treatment. Often the vets have cat carriers they can loan, or you can buy one from Pollensa Shopping Centre in between Puerto Pollensa and Pollensa. We may be able to loan a carrier if you are able to collect it from Puerto Pollensa.
Neutering - you can help us greatly by taking the cat to the vets for neutering. If you need to borrow a trap, often vets have traps that they can loan to you. We can also loan you a trap with a 50 euro refundable deposit and we can also advise on how to trap and the do's and don'ts of trapping. Please contact us to arrange collection, providing one is available.
Our recommended vet for neutering is in Can Picafort. Contact Marco +34 678 37 72 46.
Adoption - if you are interested in adopting to the UK or another country, please go to our page on adoption for further information. You will need to get paperwork completed ideally whilst you are in Mallorca and you will need to find foster care as we are limited on space.
For local adoptions, we will contact you as soon as possible if you can send us your contact details by email.
Facebook support groups who may be able to help:
Cats Karma Flohmarkt
Adoptar Animales en Mallorca
Furry Friends Mallorca
Animal Team Mallorca
Gatos y Gatitos Solo Mallorca
Ayuda Animales de Mallorca
Perros y otros animales perdidos/encontrados Mallorca
SOS Mallorca, Peros y Gatos
These are just some, but there are many more across the Island. Search Facebook for your specific area, speak to your local vets and local people in hotels and restaurants, they may know of local Associations to contact.
Food Donations for our supported colonies
We would be extremely grateful to receive cat food donations. With over 100 supported colonies, there are a lot of cats relying on us. You can leave food donations at any of the following:
Bellavista Hotel, Carrer de les Monges, 14, Puerto Pollensa
Cris Centro de Fisioterapia, Medico Llopis 24
Al Fresco Deli, Mendez Nunez, Puerto Pollensa
Mallorca SUP Company, Carrer de Formentor
Please spread the word about the work we are doing here and encourage people to donate to our cause to support our work. Find and follow us on Facebook and become a part of our community. Cats have a right to live in the community and be treated humanely. Please donate and join us to become part of the solution!
WHAT DO I DO IF I FIND AN INJURED OR SICK CAT OR KITTEN?
Do's and Don'ts
Don't remove a kitten straight away if you find one on its own. Please observe it from a distance for a while before picking it up. The mother may be near by and coming back to it.
Do not give cats or kittens cows milk. It will give them diarrhoea. Please give cat or kitten milk only. Kitten formula can be bought locally in the Cooperativa store between Pollensa and Puerto Pollensa. Contact us for advice.
Do take ill or injured street cats and kittens to the nearest vet if you can. We work closely with Moixica in Puerto Pollensa. Please contact us by email if you need to borrow a cat carrier or need advice. The vets often have traps or carriers you can borrow.
Do be careful where you feed cats. They can be unwelcome in some restaurants and other customers might not like them. This can lead to restaurant owners taking brutal action. If staying in a villa, please feed away from the villa as other guests may not appreciate cats on their door step.
Do contact us if you wish to help feed the stray cats, and we can advise as we have special feeding places. Please only leave cat food if possible as leftover food attracts rats and then unwanted attention.
Do keep some dry cat food with you to feed to any hungry strays you may come across.
Do remember strays need water as well as food.