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This year we have dedicated our calendar to Koki, our loyal friend of many years who sadly passed recently



A little late night play and feed of the kitties we recently had to take in. They are all doing great and enjoying our doggies company who adores them as much as me



We had been given information regarding this cat that had an open fracture to a leg bone, many attempts were made to pick him up without success, and him going awol for days.

He was finally collected at short notice by L & D and was taken to the vets.

Sadly his injury was more extensive than initially suspected and he was peacefully put to sleep to prevent him further suffering.

Not the outcome we all wanted, but it was in his best interest.



We have had to say goodbye to our darling Koki.

He was the most loyal, brave little soldier I think I will ever know.

He always loved comforting our new kittens, nudging his way in and waking me up between kitten feds whenever the babies cried for feeding and was the best big brother to our other doggie Peanut who is missing him terribly.

The house just isn’t the same without him.



This beautiful lady was brought to our attention because she couldn’t put weight in her front leg.

Thanks to Bichos clinic for fitting her in as soon as she could be caught by café volunteer Alan T she was seen promptly.

She had a nasty an abscess which has been lanced, cleaned and then she was given long term antibiotic and anti inflammatory injections. She should be feeling a lot better soon.

Thank you so much for letting us know she needed help and for Alan T jumping in to get her.



Another 3 little girls and brother sterilised by Twinkle thanks to our supporters donations. 3 females, just imagine how many little babies we have prevented.

Thank you to all our kind and compassionate supporters, we couldn’t do what we do without you.




Yet again‼️Another 4 extremely undernourished, flea infested kittens dumped. Possibly 3 weeks young and as fragile as eggs, I can’t even flea comb them because they are so boney.

I don’t know how but they are purring and happy enough to push a little ball around for a few seconds this morning.

They have little strength but now after being deflead and wormed and given chicken and specialist food every few hours they are looking a bit more pleased to be in this world. To whoever is responsible for these kittens Twinkletrust would really like to help their mother cat if she is alive, she must have been either very sick or starved and couldn’t produce enough milk for them.

Private message me and in the strictest confidence and we will help the poor mother cat, Whatsapp or text message 659598719.



Another lucky kitty cat caught and sterilised thanks to L & D.

This cheeky little boy who we’ve nicknamed Woody bounced back from his surgery as if nothing had happened and enjoyed his tummy tickles as he was looked after post surgery. He’s so adorable and full of beans as you can see in the video



We recently paid for the sterilising of these 3 homeless cats.

The feeder would like to find homes for them. Please send a message if you can offer a wonderful forever home or would like further information



As you may have heard since the Broncemar Hotel reopened recently and became 4* the owners (not the manager or staff) decided they no longer wanted cat cafés or cats inside the hotel grounds.

Big mistake and very sad and considering they only had 3 cats in the entire hotel, what a poor business decision.

We had to remove the cat cafés and the cats, which to be honest after over a decade of a great partnership left me very upset and astonished.

We know many clients that have been going to this hotel for years that go just to see the cats especially the older ones.

Many a time during lockdown when the hotel was undergoing noisy and dangerous building work, I was tempted to take the brave old cat away to join our animal family but this hotel is all she has ever known and suddenly placing her amongst 50 cats and 2 dogs I thought wouldn’t be fair on her, she knows nothing of rural village life.

But not wanting the cats to be “removed “ under the owners orders and put God only knows where, we now have 2 of the older ones in our care, who of course need nice safe and peaceful homes if anyone can help please message us.

This situation has caused me great stress and heartache, all through lock down I would tell the cats as we replenished the cat cafés to hang in there, be brave, because one day the nice humans you are missing will be back.

I have to thank L & D and a guest who is a frequent holiday maker to this area for all their help in catching these 2 mature cats. It took 6 attempts to get them and now they are with us, at first they were totally bewildered in their foster cage but are now starting to relax.

Please help us find them the right home they need together.



Another 6 cats from the village of “El Time” sterilised by Twinkle thanks to your donations, just in time as well as the females outnumbered the males in this group and are all related ( and identical), would have been awful if they had mated



Only possible thanks to your donations .

Eight cuties we have neutered this week enjoying a nice tray of food before taking a nap.

They have gone back to a great place that love them very much and were kind enough to give them a safe place to call home.

They are all super cute and cuddly, and purr like crazy, 6 females and 2 boys.



Simba and Fonzo, have never been offered a home since we took them after finding them in a bucket at one of our cat cafés.

They are adorable.

Just chilling on a Sunday





We have had an insanely busy month, catching up on jobs and cats that needed vet visits with the help of our lovely Judy and Jo from England and also neutering 53 cats in the last 10 days with the help of Catherine, Suza and Angela.
There were times this week we were really struggling with the terribly high temperatures during the day, it drains all our energy and makes it so much harder, but it was the only opportunity of help so we had to crack on.
Every single cat that we sterilised has also been treated by the vet against fleas and worms, it so important because for many it is most likely the only time a helping human will be able to touch or get close to them, ever!.
We weren’t just trapping and neutering, the days were never long enough, more posts to follow soon.
If anyone can help donate to the work we do please go to our donation page, for some of the cats we are able to help it’s life changing surgery and treatment and only possible thanks to you our brilliant supporters.



It’s time to give Bella and her babies the life they deserve.
We are still looking for good responsible homes for Bella, and her 5 remaining babies (1 dark grey is female and 1 of the black ones are female), all the others are little boys.
They are now 9 weeks old, and will soon be starting their vaccinations same as mumma Bella.
They are totally adorable, playful and socialised.
Please send a text or WhatsApp message to Twinkle on 659598719



We were alerted by staff that a new female cat had appeared in one of the complexes we have cat cafés and she had now given birth to 6 kittens sadly we were asked to remove them.

A very nice lady had tried to put mum and babies on her patio but this just stressed the mum and she moved her kittens in the night, so yesterday after some searching mum and her tiny babies were found under a bush near the car park.

So even though we are already struggling we had to take them in.

One of our volunteers is looking after them for the moment, until I can prepare space for them.

Later today they are going to Species for health checks etc.

We think the babies are only about 10 days old but the vet can let us know for sure later.

The mum is very loving and friendly, just skinny from having to find enough food for her and her babies, but her babies all look well feed and in very good health.

She is being a great mum. Eventually we would like to find true forever homes and give them all a happy ending.


Update: Mum Mathilda, Dad Panchito and the kids Sarina, Mirco and Lily, the family we recently had to pick up from the harbou  after they were left under cover of darkness!.
Mum and Dad are now reserved for their new home and so is Mirco one of the boys.
Little SARINA and LILY still need homes, together would be even better.
They are such a sweet and loveable bunch.
We’ve had to cut the collars off that were on mum and dad, they were so tight and had caused sore spots.
They are all underweight but have great appetites and will soon be the weight they should be (they all look bigger in the photos).
Dad is so loving to them and mum is so gentle and caring. The kids are all really adorable, they like having lots of cuddles and belly rubs.
If you meet them you would totally fall in love.
We’re so grateful we have found really good homes for Mum, Dad and Mirco but we still need help to find truly loving homes for Sarina & Lily.
They are approximately 4 months old, and sooooo cute and cuddly. Please text or Whatapp message 659598719 if you would like to meet them if you’re able to offer a home.



2 more of our cat cafés fitted with plastic (not harmful, just uncomfortable) spikes and rubber strips this week.

We love the birds but they are eating all the cat biscuits and bathing in the fresh drinking water and the cats are left with nothing for days.

This should help do the trick ( sorry doves)

We do leave food seperate for the birds to share.


An answer to a question we've been asked many times regarding the costs incurred by us for neutering

This is not a straight forward answer but we hope this is enough to give you a clear guide.

Prices vary at each clinic, the more we neuter at some clinics the more discount we receive.

We use 4 different clinics depending on the cats condition, location of the cats, and location of the volunteer or trappers. For neutering, on average we pay €75 per female and €55 per male, which includes flea and worming for every cat.

Twinkle currently owes in excess of €12k in vet bills!

We are regularly paying chunks off the bills but every week we have more cats that need our help.


       We really want to stop cats ending up like this one below,               especially as many are just kittens themselves

We are currently helping 4 separate colonies of between 7-10 cats in each, and also several lone cats that need neutering ASAP.

There are more cats out there that need help but we can’t cope with more logistically or financially.  

Our mission is to always try and get every single cat in a colony neutered, leaving just 1 female cat unneutered can put us back to square one within months, so it’s a constant effort.


   If we miss just one cat mature enough to                breed, this is what can happen.



As you may have seen, this apology had been published in Hoy and Fuertextra, which are 2 local publications in Fuerteventura. In addition as agreed in the courts we are publishing it on our internet pages.





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