As there’s no shelter here in Bar, Montenegro, there’s absolutely no way to get him off the streets. Although I haven’t seen him for some time now, probably, because of the series of Christmas poisonings that killed many homeless animals. Here’s a couple of articles about that. You’ll have to use google translate to read them. No English language press has published the stories.
The summary is that the poison is thrown regularly and lies everywhere on the streets together with animal corpses. Many people think it’s the authorities themselves who “clean” the place this way. Whoever they poisoners are, they were never caught, although it’s the 6th poisoning in the recent months.
Winters are usually mild here with temperatures rarely colder than +10C. This winter, though, they went all the way down to -6. The water in cats’ cups didn’t melt even in the sun. I collected circles of ice.
These are Zak and Pro, the guys from an earlier post.
Their mom was almost killed by a hard blow of an unknown origin. She survived by mere luck, I was not able to take her to vets as she’s feral. That’s how she was shaking those days:
It’s very hard to help animals here, not only because of the amount of homeless animals, and absolutely no help from the state, but also because of constant harassment and abuse directed at those who are trying to help. I was harassed and then physically attacked while helping these homeless kittens.