Every day, for one reason or another, helpless animals are abandoned, or handed in to rescues. We provide these animals with a clean, safe environment , a warm bed, regular meals, veterinary and loving care, and everything they could possibly need.
However, there are always a few cats that never get the home they’ve always wanted.
Some cats are either too ill, too old, or have temperament problems which mean that they cannot find a suitable home and so must remain with their fosterer as one of their own pets.
With your support, we can give these cats the food and veterinary treatment they need and lots of love for the rest of their lives.
When you sign up as a sponsor you will receive a certificate of sponsorship, a birthday card and a Christmas greeting, plus that warm, fuzzy feeling inside that you are doing something to support an animal in need!
Sometimes, even after paying for food, wormers, flea treatments and veterinary bills, there may be some money left over for a particular sponsor cat – we hope you don’t mind if we use any surplus money to treat another of our needy sponsor cats.
Izzie and her two brothers were little feral kittens who came in very sickly. Unfortunately, the boys didn’t make it, but after three days and nights of round the clock nursing, Izzie pulled through.
All that time spent with her foster mum obviously made her bond strongly because she was rehomed once but was absolutely terrified, attacking her new owner all the time. Once she came back home, she was as soft as butter once more.
Izzie will never accept another owner now but has a forever home with her foster mum.
Rosie is about 15 and has a beautiful fluffy coat. She came in with her sister who was rehomed quite quickly, but Rosie decided she liked living outside in the secure garden, with a nice warm bed in the pen.
She didn’t come back in the house for three years, despite all our attempts to persuade her. The apple tree was a particularly favourite place and she knew how to stay just out of reach at all times.
This made meeting potential adopters very difficult, and even now she’ll run from anyone. Rosie’s obviously decided she likes living with foster mum Jen and her friendly cats and is going nowhere now!
She’s also just realised that the conservatory is actually rather warm and snug and has the best beds ever!