If you see this little girl wandering the streets of Kamini, she is not lost, merely an escape artist investigating her new home… Kamini Valley. Back in March she was on the brink, poor thing of sweet disposition could barely wag her tail as she underwent her first medical at the vets. An emaciated stray who had an incident with a car a couple of years back (we reckon she is about four) and as a result looks like her nose is permanently out of joint. Well it is not, in fact the latest addition to our family has slotted right in. Intelligent, keen to please, happy, clean, self house trained, and only took two days to win Belle’s heart over (whose nose was out of joint for the first 48 hours at the enthusiastic bouncy new arrival). She was introduced to us as Joy, but being Greek we figured Xara was more appropriate, but her nickname has become Funny-Face.
We have of late received many emails from first time visitors about our beautiful island but that a sick kitty was spied, which spoiled their stay, and therefor jumped to the conclusion that the Hydriote residents should do something for the animals. Not so, there are, and have been for decades a dedicated group of people, Local and Foreign, who do an enormous amount of work for our four legged island community. Winter in Summer out, feeding colonies of cats, bringing vets to the island, attending medical issues. So please before you write and complain have a look at what www.hydraark.org animal charity does for the island. Nobody or organisation can fix all ailments but they do their best. Perhaps it may motivate you to help too.
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