Frequently asked questions2021-03-02T13:35:22+01:00

Frequently asked questions

What do I do if I think I have found a homeless animal?2021-02-25T12:59:26+01:00

Check the animal for the chip. Made free of charge by all vets or there are also organizations and private individuals who can help with chip readers.
Then it is important to take pictures of the animal and then post it on any Facebook pages and possibly hang posters in the area where the animal is found.
If the animal does not have a chip or a tattoo that indicates that the animal has an owner, and no one registers as the owner, you can start thinking about finding a place to deliver the animal.
You can contact organizations in the area, but you can also post an ad on «torget» (this is free), on facebook pages and other places online that you have an animal that needs a home. Hopefully someone reports that they have a place in a center or a new permanent home, possibly a foster home.
It is important that the animal receives a health check. Here you look for signs of lice, eye inflammation, ear mites and other diseases / injuries. This can vary greatly in price, but one can post a simple request on Facebook and hope people want to help.

I have found an injured animal, what do I do?2021-02-25T13:02:01+01:00

According to the Animal Welfare Act §4, all citizens in the country have a duty to help when they find animals that are suffering. If you come across a sick or injured animal, you should help it as far as you can. In addition, you must report to the owner, alternatively the veterinarian or the police if the owner is not known. If an illness or injury is of such a magnitude that the animal must be killed for animal welfare reasons without the owner being known, then the Norwegian Food Safety Authority shall cover the costs of this.

Car injured animals2021-02-25T13:02:27+01:00

If you injure or come across an injured wild animal, the wild animals committee must be contacted. If you come across a more typical pet such as a dog or cat, a veterinarian should be contacted.
Cats, dogs and other animals are hit in traffic. According to the Road Traffic Act, the driver has a special responsibility to check the extent of the damage and provide the necessary assistance.
Contact your veterinarian to have the injuries assessed. In many cases, the cat will be killed due to extensive injuries, but they will not have to suffer longer than necessary
Feel free to take a picture on your mobile. Not that it should be shared with the whole world, but it can be useful in tracing and clarifying the owner. For example. If someone misses a cat, then a small feature of a picture may be exactly what they need to deny or confirm that it is their cat.
Check for ID chip. Chip is read on a chip in the neck, preferably at the vet, or call for someone with a chip reader on Facebook.
Take care of the cat. An injured cat is naturally a scared cat, and scared and injured cats hide. If this happens they could suffer a cruel death if they are not taken care of.
We have helped cats that have just taken their last breath in our lap, on their way to the vet. At least then they have not died alone.
The general duty to help (cf. the Animal Welfare Act) also applies to those who happen to come across a hit and already dead animal. If the animal is dead, and you find it at the roadside, the remains must be handled in accordance with waste regulations.

What are your adoption rates?2021-02-25T13:02:43+01:00

Cats under 6 months 1900 kr
Cats over 6 months DKK 1,500.

What does the adoption price cover?2021-02-25T13:03:29+01:00
  • First vaccine (No. 2 is taken 3-4 weeks after 1 vaccine has been given) in kittens under 6 months.
  • Castration
  • Chip
  • Health check and health book
  • Other expenses the animal has incurred by Lucas while it has been under our supervision.
  • Food
  • Veterinary care
  • Medicines
  • Other
Do you take dogs too?2021-02-25T13:03:49+01:00

No unfortunately.

What is required of me to become a foster home?2021-02-25T13:04:19+01:00

You can read more about foster homes on our website.

Do you need more volunteers?2021-02-25T13:04:55+01:00

We always need more volunteers and are happy to accept applications.

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