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You Can Help by Sponsoring a Pet
We always hope that every animal we take in at Croydon Animal Samaritans finds a loving caring home that will meet all of their needs. Many of our cats wait patiently in foster homes for the right home to come. For some, the wait is a bit longer. For a few the right home may never come along, particularly if they have special needs.
The animals featured below have become long term residents and will live in their special sponsorship homes for the rest of their days. They are partially funded by our sponsorship scheme which relies on your kind donations. A sponsor takes an interest in an animals well being, and in return they will receive a certificate of sponsorship on their chosen friend and a copy of our regular newsletter.
Any of the following sponsorships greatly help the animals that remain in our care long term and your donation is greatly needed and appreciated.
Types of Sponsorship:
- Part Sponsorship is from £2 per month, or you could choose your amount from £2 upwards.
- Full sponsorship is £15 per month
- Sponsor the ferals for £15.00 per year
Please email us for further information
Susie is a very very old feral. She likes the company of the other cats & warmth of the conservatory
Sam, about 13 years old, is deaf and has irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). He was 1 of 14 cats rescued by the CAS from a flat in Malden where the bailiffs were waiting with all the doors and windows boarded up.
Twinkle is a 13 year old lady, she was feral and lived originally in a wooden cat house in the garden. However, 2-3 years ago she plucked up the courage to go inside her fosterers house and now lives happily with other cats and dogs. She is best of mates with Mary (see below) and where one is, the other is always nearly.
Mary came into the CAS with Twinkle above, she too was feral and now enjoys her time running around the house with her friend. She is also about 13 years old. She has recently had a huge growth which meant the removal of her tail, but she is recovering nicely and seems to cope well without it.