Sponsor a Dog or Cat

Sponsor a dog or cat through our ‘Pals for Paws’ Scheme

If you aren’t in the position to adopt or foster a cat or dog you might like to help by sponsoring one. Sponsorship of £12 a year would be so appreciated to help one of the lovely boys and girls below.

A few of our dogs and cats have been with us for quite a long while. Few, if any people ever ask to see them which is such a shame. Until they find their ‘special someone’ will you help them by sponsoring them please?

This would help contribute towards their board and lodgings, any routine veterinary treatments and importantly provide them with some little extras and activity toys to help stimulate them and make life more comfortable and interesting in the kennels and cattery.

We also have a number of dogs and cats who are being cared for in foster homes and some of these do have special diet and medical requirements. Sponsorship would help contribute towards their care and medical treatments.

There are various ways you can send your £12 a year sponsorship including:

Please visit our donate page to find out more about each payment method.

Please add a note to whatever payment method you use to show that the money is for the ‘Sponsorship Scheme’ and add the name(s) of the dog/cat in particular that you would like to help. If you would like to give more than the sponsorship of £12 per cat/dog AND you are a UK tax payer we can claim an additional 25% on any additional donation at no extra cost to you.

We will send you a sponsorship certificate and a home made fridge magnet with your chosen cat or dog’s photo on it- nothing fancy, but a token of our appreciation. We want your sponsorship money to go towards the care of the animals and not on expensive gifts or on the issue of regular magazines.This does make a nice, caring gift for someone, especially at Christmas and for birthdays.

PLEASE complete the sponsorship form with your details and send it to us. caws-sponsor-form-10-2016

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Daisy june 2013

Daisy (New sponsorship applications ended 31 October 2016)

Daisy was handed in to the charity in May 2011, having been found abandoned and heavily pregnant.  Her skin was in
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