West Bengal, 721302
why should I sponse for medication?
If you want to keep a pet, but cannot, we have a solution for you.
an animal of your choice and contribute towards its monthly upkeep. we
believe every pet deserves to live a healthy life in a happy home. We
do everything we can to find new homes for unwanted pets as soon as possible.
We give them all the love, care and attention they need and do our best to make
them feel safe and comfortable in our rehoming centres - but there is no
substitute for being part of a family in a loving home. Being a sponsor means
you are giving vital funds to help to care for homeless and unwanted pets until
we find them the new homes they badly need and deserve.
You get emails from your sponsored pet
– we admit they haven’t quite got the hang of using keyboards yet – in many
cases their paws are too big - but when you become a FFA sponsor you receive an
email which includes a certificate with a photo of your chosen pet and a copy
of their pet profile which tells you a bit more about them. You’ll
also receive a welcome pack in the post.
In addition to
this, at the end of each month, you will receive an email update telling you
how your sponsored pet is doing. And best of all we’ll tell you when we have
found them a new home and set them on the road to a happy future thanks to you.
Being a sponsor means you help but lots of pets - not just one!
On average it takes 22 days to rehome a pet so by becoming a FFA pet sponsor you will be helping not just one, but a whole series of unwanted pets to find loving new homes. Every time a pet is happily rehomed you will be able to sponsor another who needs your help for as long as your direct debit continues.
How this works is every time you get an email telling you your sponsored pet has been happily rehome we will suggest another for you to sponsor. We know how hard it can be to choose – they are all so cute and deserving. If you would rather sponsor a different pet you can choose from any of the pets on our website who need sponsors.
unwanted pets can stay with us as long as they need.
Some pets take longer to find homes for than others. Black dogs and cats are often overlooked because they are seen as being plain. Some pets are very nervous and shy so tend to hide when potential new owners come to see them. The most difficult dogs to find homes for are brindle Staffordshire bull terriers – they don’t read the papers – they must wonder why no one wants them.
Donations from our kind pet sponsors mean we can care for these unwanted and unloved pets in our rehoming centres - however long it takes to find them happy new homes.