Animals In Distress (A.I.D.)

My name is Ginger

Name: Ginger Ref: C-233
Sex: Male Sterilised: Yes
Born: December 2014? Ok with Dogs: Some
Breed: European mix Ok with cats: No
Size: Large Ok with Children: Yes

He appeared at someone's home hungry and with a bad eye. The lady took him to the vet to look at the eye and medication was given and later on an operation was done to the eye. He can now see a little from the bad eye and he seems to be happy. The main thing he is away from the street where he might have not survived? Problem is that because he does not get on with cats due to shortage of food etc, we had him in separate enclosure that is far too small for him and had no quality of life. However he has improved so much and now is in w mixing well with all the cats in the cattery. He needs his own home and the freedom to come and go as he pleases. We simply cannot believe how extra friendly he is. He loves his cuddles and will follow you everywhere

 

ADOPTING A CAT IN SPAIN - (We reserve the right to deny the adoption of an animal)

COST OF A CAT - There is no charge but we kindly ask for a minimum donation of 100 Euros to cover our costs for the sterilisation, micro chip and vaccinations where applicable.

KITTENS - When adopting a young animal we will also require a donation to cover our costs for the micro chip, vaccinations and future sterilisation. When the kitten is of age, you may bring it back to us and it will be sterilised free of charge by our local vet.
Should you wish to have it sterilised by your own local vet, please note that the donation will not be returned and it will be used to help stray/abandoned/abused animals.

NOTES - We do not receive any type of government or local authority funding to help the animals and we purely rely on fund raising.