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Please sponsor a special cat

Not enough room in your life but you would still like to adopt or rescue a cat for yourself or as a gift for someone?

Please click on the 'Sponsor me' button or by post fill out a sponsorship form & Standing Order form (if applicable) & sponsor a Mog - minimum £5pm or a donation of £60 for the year.

These very special resident cats are free to live indefinately around the grounds of Romney House. A small standing order can greatly help with the running costs incurred, being able to rely on any amount of stable income, can help

Sponsorship Pack

Sponsorship Pack

This is what you will receive if you sponsor one of our long term residents:

 

  • Photograph
  • Cat Figure Frame (frame may vary)
  • Certificate (with special story)
  • Coaster
  • Fridge Magnet or Keyring
  • Gift Bag (will vary) or Keyring

Our residents

Roz

Roz

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Little Roz was born at stables with her brother.  Their mother was friendly but the kittens were not handled and became feral in a short space of time!
Worried owners wanted the kittens to be out of danger and mum safely neutered and re homed.
After several attempts the kittens were brought to us with mum and no warning.  Of course we took them.
Friendly mum was neutered and re homed very quickly.  Roz and Rolo stayed very scared, running from everybody in fear!
As they grew older, neutered and chipped, we felt releasing them into the main house garden would be kinder to them. A secure high fence! No getting out! Hoping that they too would find the cat flap to the main house and start to come in.
Within a day, Roz found it! We were so shocked to see her sitting on the dinning room table!
She has become so confident! Cheeky, determined, not frightened of anything! Still un touchable but will sit right up to you, finish off any food that’s left, loves porridge, a real character with such a pretty face. Little Rolo is trying to live up to her bravery but is still getting better.  They are certainly living a stress free, safe and loving life.

Franco

Franco

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Franco was one of four kittens rescued from Ireland.
They had been abandoned with terribly infected eye conditions! Worse we’ve seen! 
Poor kittens spent 6 weeks constantly with eye lotions, antibiotics, constant cleaning them up.
Already quite nervous, made it more difficult to socialise as our hands represented bad things!
Slowly the eye conditions improved.  Franco was left with one of his eyes damaged without much sight at all.  We felt it better to keep him with the Romney House cats, where there is secure fencing and he would not be in danger of roads etc.
He is happy, friendly and healthy now apart from occasional eye drops to be given.

Salem

Salem

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Friend Salem came to us as a very wild few month old cat.  He was placed in isolation where he would go mad climbing the walls if anyone got near.  Very tricky when it came to cleaning out.  After some time it was decided to release him into the local population as nothing else could be done with him.  But a transformation occured!  Very soon after gaining his freedom he was a changed cat.  Now he just loves a cuddle, and is always there to greet new guests especially in the kitchen.  He is also quite bossy to the other cats!  To be honest he could possibly be a house cat now.  

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