Since 1992 we have been promoting the care and welfare of cats in Greece. Our main strategy is to support neutering of colonies of stray cats to reduce breeding. Trap, neuter and return (TNR) is now recognised to be the only humane, effective method of reducing a stray cat population. Over time TNR will greatly reduce cat numbers, providing it is carried out on an organised basis several times a year.
Our income comes mainly from individual donations, with occasional legacies, corporate donations and charitable trust grants. We aim to spend as much of our income as possible on animal welfare, in the form of grants, equipment, medicines, other consumables and veterinary travel costs.