Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: cats

HELP FIND HOMES FOR THESE CATS PLEASE

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There are all in Italy. 

AWL SPAY AND NEUTER PROJECT 2011

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AWL is happy to still be able to sponsor spay and neuter grant to Campania clients.
That’s Meow Amore!

SPAY AND NEUTER PROJECT 2011

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Thank you Chiara for helping with spay and neutering project. You are true Meow Amore.

PICKED UP, CHECKED, SPAYED AND RELEASED

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Dr. Longo examine a stray cat before getting spayed.

Jackie goes out and trap cats to have them spayed and neutered and later on she picks them up and releases them where they where found. AWL takes care of the bills, our way to say, “Thank you for your hard fantastic work!”

Dr. Longo checking out the girl. She needs antibiotics for her skin condition.


One beautiful little female stray cat that needs to be spayed and treated for a skin condition.
Jackie trapped her in Castel Volturno.

Unfortunately some of the neighbors feel that only the females should be spayed, that the males are not the problem…
Difficult to change a mindset.
So we do what we can and if we’re lucky we enlighten some people. Ciao Jackie.”

Warmhearted Anna picked up the cats, here together with Dr Damiani.

Journey to Cat Island

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Animals Without Limits did something a little different (for us) today. We journeyed to the nearby island of Procida, to treat some of the harbor cats in residence there.

Dr. Inga, recently returned from sabbatical, and I took some Frontline(tm) and de-worming medicine to treat as many cats as time (and the cats) allowed. Dr Inga had been there before and knew that these cats were well fed and satisfied with the people giving them respect. But she also knew they had a need for treatment.

We took the 45 minute boat ride (ferry) over from Pozzouli. A beautiful day, the sea air and gently rolling waves… pure magic! We managed to treat 6 cats. One had lost his eye and it was running around with a big open wound. Dr. Inga and I tried to catch him but had to give up since he was hiding under a boat and fishing material. Dr.Inga will be returning to the island again soon, and will seek out this cat to try again to catch and treat him.

Dr. Inga knew some of the local people and introduced Animals Without Limits, and our mission to them. Raw fish from one of the harbor restaurants was handed to us to make our mission easier (sushi for the cats!).

Maybe 6 cats treated doesn’t seem like much, but to those 6 cats, it sure means a lot.

— The journey of a thousand miles begins with just one step!