Long term animal sponsorship

Some of our residents who, through no fault of their own have failed to be selected by anyone looking for a suitable pet, or are unsuitable for homing, due to age or behavioural problems. These animals need care and attention as much as any other. In order to address this, we have introduced a long term sponsoring plan.

An annual donation costs £60: all sponsors receive a certificate featuring the animal of their choice.  As a result of this generous donation, your chosen animal will benefit from all the veterinary treatment and behavioural therapy they require.

All sponsors are welcome to visit their animal at the sanctuary at any time during opening hours.

Why not show your commitment to animals by becoming a sponsor today.

If you want to sponsor a kennel, there are several ways to get in touch:-

  • Fill in the form found here (ticking the ‘I wish to sponsor a long term animal’ box), print it out, and post it to us
  • Call in at the Sanctuary or telephone us for more detail

 

Would you like to get involved?

Success of the Mid-Antrim Animal Sanctuary depends upon people like yourself. We need people who will make a difference.There are a few ways in which you can help the sanctuary.

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  • Lady formerly patch enjoying the sun at her new forever home with my aunt she has been with us for months now she is so settled and Spoiled xx

    14 hours ago

  • Mid-Antrim Animal Sanctuary added a new photo to the album: Dogs looking for Homes..

    Meet Levi, Levi is a 8 Week Old, Black & White Collie. Only consider a puppy if you have the time for important training and socialising during this important period and of course for the rest of the dogs life. Collies have high energy and are an intelligent breed. Little Levi would be highly suited to the likes of an agility home. For more information please visit us Tuesday-Sunday 12-4:30pm or contact us on 02894463993.

    17 hours ago

  • Murphy the Collie is doing fantastic in his new foster home. Thanks to Shonagh for all the work she has done with him and for opening both her home and heart to another rescued Collie. Murphy has been on a much needed diet and has been getting out and about everyday, heading to work with Shonagh at Paws4Thot. The handsome chap himself has lost an amazing amount of weight already from 31kg to now being 28.8kg. He is still to reach his target weight but he has been doing brilliant already to lose this much. https://www.facebook.com/Paws4ThotLarne/

    March 25

About us

Since we opened in April 1996 we have found caring homes for an average of 20 animals each week (over 7000 to date). They come from many sources; some are abandoned, others come to us because their owners have to go into care, some due to marital breakups, moving abroad, and others are unclaimed animals from pounds throughout Northern Ireland.

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