Sponsor an animal

Eden Animal Rescue runs a sponsorship scheme to help raise valuable funds for our long-term residents. These are animals that, because of ill-health, behavioural problems, and/or poor treatment or neglect before reaching us, prove very difficult to rehome.

You can sponsor an animal for a minimum donation of £15 for a year in the scheme and this will help greatly towards paying for their food, vaccinations, medication, veterinary bills and general upkeep. Donations can be either by standing order, cheque or electronic bank transfer. Simply click here to download a Sponsorship Form.

In return you will receive an adoption certificate with colour photo and regular updates on your chosen pet. You might like to sponsor an animal as a gift on behalf of someone else, be it adult, child or community group. If you would like further information (without any obligation) please get in touch.


Seb is a senior kittizen who was found as a stray in a terrible state. Life in a busy cattery didn't suit this gentle, very shy lad and he hid away. We are delighted to say after a long wait Seb has found a quiet permanent foster home where he can get the TLC he deserves. Seb is FIV positive so his sponsorship fees will go towards his medication and vet bills, as well as food, which he loves!


Penny spent over 2 years in kennels and is now in permanent foster care where she can enjoy her retirement.


Cupcake is 13 years old. He has hyperthyroidism and is in permanent foster care.


Boris was found as a stray, not far from death. He is a mature mog with diabetes and plenty of cattitude. He is currently in long term care and doing really well thanks to the devotion and patience of his carer.


Roxy is a very friendly 12 year old senior kittizen who is now in permanent care. She has hyperthyroidism which is controlled by a daily tablet. If you can help support this special little lady's medical needs please contact us.


10 year old Meg is in permanent foster care due to her health problems and dietary requirements.


Rusty has nerve damage which has made him doubly incontinent and makes it hard for him to jump. He is in permanent foster care where he is very much loved.


Lovely Shadow is in permanent foster care following a bad case of cat flu which left her with some health problems. Now she is full of mischief.


Carla has landed on her paws and found a new home, however as she has hyperthyroidism she needs long term medication which Eden Animal Rescue will help to fund. If you'd like to help sponsor her medication please contact the centre.


Lily has found a special foster home where she can enjoy lots of TLC. Eden Animal Rescue will continue to help with medication as she has some health problems. If you could help support her care through sponsorship please contact the centre.


Herbert is an older cat that is diabetic and we sponsor his insulin, he is in a foster home but at the moment still looking for a home. He is a sweet boy that is ok with other cats. If you'd like to sponsor him, or offer him a forever home please contact the centre.


Sylvester is an elderly cat who is in a foster home at the moment.

Business sponsors

Sponsors help us to keep our animals happy and healthy while they wait for their special humans. Thank you to the businesses that support us. If you'd be interested in corporate sponsorship please contact us.

Individual sponsorship

Sponsorship from individuals really helps us to look after animals that prove difficult to rehome for medical or behavioural reasons. From as little as £15 per year you can sponsor an animal yourself or as a gift for an animal lover. In return you will receive an adoption certificate with colour photo and regular updates on your chosen pet.

Download the animal sponsorship form.

We need good foster homes

If you can offer a short term or permanent foster home to one of our special need animals, we would like to hear from you. Some residents have special needs such as old age or medical conditions and would benefit greatly being in a loving home environment with lots of TLC. Some animals struggle with kennel life and just need a break to get back on their paws. We often take in emergency cases and always need people willing to foster at short-notice. Please contact us for more information.