Chapelhouse Persian Rescue happily assists Veterinary Practices and Animal Rescues as follows:
- Providing urgent funds to help sick or injured Persian or pedigree cats. If we have funds already banked, we can transfer a sum to you for the named case. We will just need an invoice from you which can be faxed or scanned over.
- If we don't have funding banked, we will run a dedicated funding appeal to support cats in your care. We can either have donations sent straight to you or we can collect, monitor and pay across the requested lump sum at the close of the appeal, which will aid your invoicing and record-keeping. It also helps us to run a more effective campaign as we are 'on top of' what has been donated and by whom.
- In running appeals for you, we do not have to name your practice or the animal in detail; it does involve a measure of trust from donors but in most cases this is forthcoming. However, the more detail you can allow us to release, the better the outcome and the less time we have to spend in explaining where funds will be used.
- We can also advertise cats held by your Practice or Rescue, that need breed-experienced homes. We can only advertise cats if the animal is in your care. If the pet has an owner, the pet-owner should contact us and pay rehoming fees. However, we always help if the owner has abandoned the pet or requested euthanasia unnecessary for the avoidance of suffering.
- We can take in Persian or pedigree cats for care. We are space-limited but prioritise vet practices and Rescues above most cases presented by the public.
- We can assisting at the removal of Persian or pedigree cats from homes where they cannot be kept, working independently or alongside your staff. We're happy to help even if the animals are staying in your care. Our only concern is ensuring the welfare of the cats.
- We may be able to look after Persian/pedigree cats referred by you, where owners need cat care due to hospital stay or illness. We favour looking after the cats of your elderly and disabled clients. Cats will be placed in hygienic, approved foster homes with very few pets present so that lots of attention is given to clients' cats.
What to Do
Please use the Veterinary & Rescue Contact Form.