January Update

As we near the end of January, here is a little update on what we have been up to.


Our little girl Smokey has seen an eye specialist, and we are fundraising for her operation. Smokey has a rare birth defect that means she only has half eyelids. This is creating a lot of pain for her, so we want to get it sorted soon. Unfortunately despite our wonderful specialist vet giving us a very significant discount, her operation will cost around £1,500. Medications and after care will be an estimated further £500.

If you’d like to donate to Smokey’s fund, or sponsor her ongoing care with a regular monthly donations, we would be super grateful!

molly jan 19

We’re re-homed several cats this month, including long term resident Custard, gorgeous Boomer, and lovely Molly. We’re thrilled for all the cats who have found new homes this month and wish them long, healthy, happy lives.

Unfortunately we are having to temporarily stop taking in cats. This is due to financial constraints. We hope to be able to start taking in cats again in the next few weeks, and we’ll let you know when this happens. We will still be adopting out cats, so do get in touch if you’d like to give one of our wonderful cats a loving home.

UPDATE: We are able to take in emergency cases only, with priority given to cats living outdoors in this cold weather. 

Henry’s Haven is entirely dependant on donations from people like you. Our adoption fee doesn’t cover the full cost of caring for a cat and providing the essentials like neutering, vaccinations, and microchips. Any support we get from our community is valued and appreciated. Whether it’s a box of food or a monthly donation, every little counts and helps us to help cats in need.

Finally to everyone who has supported us this month, THANK YOU! We couldn’t do any of this without the support of YOU – our wonderful and generous community. 

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