Donate

Henry’s Haven relies on donations from cat lovers around West Yorkshire and beyond to fund our work rescuing cats and kittens. Many of the cats we receive come with health problems including fleas and worms. Our vets bills can mount up quickly if a cat needs an operation:

£5.00 could pay for flea and worm treatment for one cat

£10.00 could pay for food for one cat for a week

£10.00 could pay for one cat to be vaccinated against common diseases

£70.00 could pay for one cat to be spayed or neutered

£100.00 could cover our web hosting and other essential administrative costs for a year

If you would like to donate to help fund our work, we have a few ways to do this:

PayPal

Bank Transfer to the Rescue: Account Number 14995066 Sort Code: 116436 Please use ‘Donation’ as the reference so we know what it is for.

To our vets – call Bramley Vets 4 Pets on 0113 255 4466 and quote Henry’s Haven.

Buy an item from our Amazon Wishlist

We also run regular raffles and other fundraising activities through our Facebook page and supporters group.

We especially welcome regular donations as this helps us to budget and plan for the future. You can do this by setting up a monthly Standing Order for whatever amount you’d like to donate, using the Rescue bank details above.

Every penny of your donation will go directly to supporting our work rescuing cats and kittens. With no paid staff or expensive premises, we can stretch your donations further and help more cats.

Please note – we may sometimes ask for donations for a specific cat, or for a piece of equipment. While we will always aim to use your donations for the purpose they were made, any donations we receive over and above the amount needed will go to funding the general work of the Rescue. Similarly if our needs change – for example if a cat no longer needs an operation – donations made will be re-allocated to other areas of our work. This allows us to be flexible and use our limited funds in the most efficient way possible. 

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