Mirto Pateli is a woman from Thessaloníki, Greece, who had been working for the past three years with cat organisations in the Netherlands. She always dreamed of helping cats rescued from the streets to get adopted. In Greece, like in Turkey, there are many street cats which suffer from Feline Coronavirus. Hence, when she was offered the opportunity to help relocate some of these cats, she gladly accepted. Unfortunately, her collaboration with these associations turned out to be far from her activist wishes. Left with a whopping 700€ debt for adoption fees, she decided to work on her own.
Six Cats Free for Adoption
Currently, Mirto and her friend are looking after 28 cats. As much as they love taking care of them, they know that their pawsome fur babies need a stable home. So, if you are looking for a cat, or if you know someone who is, then look no more! Mirto is putting up for adoption six of them. It would be good to know that all the cats are neutered and properly vaccinated! Furthermore, they are also free from Feline Coronavirus. Below you can find pictures of them and some general information about them. If you are interested in any of the cats, then contact Mirto on Facebook at @MirtoPateli. Likewise, if you want to help Mirto in any other way, then make sure to reach out to her on Facebook!