An Appeal For Funds from Acorn Cat Rescue

Times are challenging for all of us. The current crisis has seen a drop in our income. If we are to sustain the high volume of rescue and re-homing that we achieved last year, or even to beat it, then we need to find more funds. Every cat we save costs us money and we…

Ways to help ACORN

Acorn would not be able to operate without the support of everyone so we’d like to say thank you. We are sure as soon as lockdown is lifted, we’re going to be inundated as people discover litters of homeless kittens. If you are wondering how you can help us during these difficult times, here are…

It will soon be kitten time.

Do you want to apply to join the Acorn Cat Rescue kitten waiting list? Already we are beginning to see on social media that kittens are being born in France. Every life matters and we do the best we can with the resources that we have to save the lucky few who come to Acorn….

ACORN EXPENDITURE 2019

On behalf of Association Acorn, we are pleased to present our yearly percentage of expenditure from Jan to Dec 2019. We submit this report with transparency in mind, for you to be aware of where your financial contributions to our cause have been allocated. This graphical representation of our expenditure details the key points of…

Does anyone want to adopt Tara???

Super-friendly TARA just wants someone to love her. 8 month-old Tara has blossomed from a tiny scrap into a gorgeous young lady. She has beautiful markings with flashes of orange and fabulous green / amber eyes. She’s a great cat who is well socialised with other cats and people. Tara is fully vaccinated, chipped, de-parasited…

Nutmeg & Saffron

SAFFRON (m) and NUTMEG (f) – born May 2019 Saffron and Nutmeg have been completely overlooked at Acorn since they arrived last summer as kittens! Nutmeg can be quite shy at first so doesn’t really get noticed on visits and Saffron just doesn’t get noticed for no good reason which is really sad! Nutmeg is…

Please consider adopting a black cat

Reasons to adopt a black cat! Shelters all across the world report that their resident black cats get the short end of the stick when it comes to adoption rates and it’s certainly true in France. Whether potential adopters subconsciously buy into the stigma of black cats being bad luck, or are more drawn to…

3OO and Counting

Lili-ann was adopted yesterday and she is the 113th kitten to be adopted from Acorn this year, and probably the last one of this year unless a miracle happens today (we’re open to that, by the way!). She is also the 300th kitten to be adopted from Acorn since we began in early summer 2016….

Brother & Sister Looking for Good Homes.

NUTMEG (F) – born May 2019 Nutmeg is a beautiful mixture of colours. With strangers she’s fairly shy but will soon warm up with gentle love and fuss. She’d love her own family to mollycoddle her! SAFFRON (m) – born May 2019. Saffron is a lovely boy. He’s confident, good-natured and unassuming and gets on…

Two Beautiful Older Kittens Seeking Homes

Two Beautiful Older Kittens Seeking Homes TARA Tabby Female born May 2019 This a one super friendly girl who needs a home of her own.From a small scrap she has really blossomed into an adventurous and playful girl. Tara is a very beautiful tabby with flashes of orange with lovely green / amber eyes. She’s…

Book Sales Support ACORN

There is still time to pick up a copy of Where Engineers Dare and support Acorn. An ideal stocking filler too. We’re very lucky to have authors Janice & Tony Rayns as supporters of Acorn. Their book, Where Engineers Dare, has just been published and for all paper copies purchased directly from them, they will…

Acorn Welcomes a New Photographer

We are lucky to have Peter Coombs helping us with our photos in Eymet. Romeo, however, didn’t appear to be too impressed! More details on Romeo coming soon…..