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£1,840
raised of £2,000 target by 95 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,840 to help provide Robert and the other cats at the allotment with medical care and necessary veterinary treatments.

    BIRMINGHAM
    Funded on Monday, 8th July 2019

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    Story

    Robert is a cat who lives on an allotment (community gardens) in Birmingham with several other formerly feral cats, who are all cared for by volunteers. One of the biggest financial outgoings that is necessary, are vet and medical treatments.

    Last year, one of the cats in their care was diagnosed with ear cancer and sadly had to have both ears amputated. The team were left with a very large vets bill, which they had difficulty funding.

    In the light of this, we are setting up this fundraiser. As you can imagine, the cost of these treatments has begun to mount, and is in addition to standard care costs, as well as buying food and supplies.

    A contribution towards this fundraiser is a contribution not only towards a happy and healthy future for the cats, but also to the vaccinations, health checks and any necessary medical treatments they require.

    Pictured above: Dorothy and Robert.

    E.T. sitting outside her shed. Sadly, she had to have most of her ears amputated last year because of cancer. She also has Wobbly Cat Syndrome.

    Your donations, no matter how small, will ensure that vet costs are covered in the future and all the cats have a better quality of life. You can follow Robert The Allotment Cat on Twitter and Instagram at @AllotmentCat.

    Don't forget to sign the petition to Save Roberts Allotment!

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    • Cats of Birmingham1 year ago
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      Cats of Birmingham

      1 year ago
      Update from the Page owner

      A BIG thank you to everyone who donated and/or shared our fundraiser. We’re absolutely blown away by your kindness and generosity!!

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    • Cats of Birmingham1 year ago
      Cats of Birmingham

      Cats of Birmingham

      1 year ago
      Update from the Page owner

      A very BIG thank you to everyone who has donated so far!

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    Supporters

    95

    • Bronwen Andrew

      Bronwen Andrew

      May 5, 2019

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      May 5, 2019

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Apr 29, 2019

      A donation in memory of Rita a lady who loved cats

      £7.00

    • Jacky Thomas

      Jacky Thomas

      Apr 27, 2019

    • Caroline Whitehouse

      Caroline Whitehouse

      Apr 26, 2019

      Enjoying reading Robert and all the cat gang's adventures at the allotments on Twitter. So pleased to see their home has been saved. This is a great idea to keep them healthy and enjoying life

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Apr 23, 2019

      Such a lovely cat community

      £100.00

    • Deb Paget

      Deb Paget

      Apr 23, 2019

      A small amount to help keep the Allotment pusses fit and healthy

      £10.00

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