Sponsor a Permanent Sanctuary Resident
Sanctuary animals are those who cannot be rehomed due to medical or behavioural issues. You can help fund their ongoing care costs by sponsoring them as a gift or for yourself.
You can sponsor an sanctuary resident animal (or pair of animals) for a year by making a minimum one-off donation of £24 or a recurring donation of £2 a month.
Sponsorship is a perfect gift for yourself, or a friend or family member! Upon sponsorship, the sponsor will receive a ‘Sponsor Pack’ including a certificate, sticker, badge, and photo of your chosen animal(s). Over the course of the year, your chosen animal(s) will also send the sponsor quarterly updates on what they’ve been getting up to, as well as a birthday and Christmas video message or card!
When Jay & Bob arrived in our care it was immediately obvious they were suffering from respiratory issues. X-rays have now confirmed they both have respiratory scarring and lung-heart adhesions. In addition, Bob also has an enlarged heart secondary to his respiratory issues. The scarring and adhesions are as a result of previous respiratory infections, which we suspect they had been left with for a significant period of time and received no treatment.
As a result, both boys require twice daily medication and nebulisation for the rest of their lives. This means they aren’t suitable for adoption and will now stay with us as permanent sanctuary residents to ensure they receive the level of medical care required to give them a decent quality of life.
To help fund Jay & Bob’s ongoing care, you can sponsor these lovely rattos by clicking on ‘Sponsor Us!’ to fill out our sponsorship form.
Gus arrived with us in spring 2019 and was in a sorry state with extremely runny eyes. We immediately suspected dental issues so had him checked out by our vets. Gus’s x-rays showed tooth root elongation causing inflammation around his tear ducts. As this is an irreversible condition, Gus must now remain with us for the rest of his life to receive appropriate medical treatment and regular dental checks so we can ensure he is pain-free.
To help fund Gus’s ongoing care, you can sponsor him by clicking on ‘Sponsor Me!’ to fill out our sponsorship form.