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Closed 27/08/2016

151%
£3,022
raised of £2,000 target by 205 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,022 to pay for the Gipsy Hill Cat's operation

    Gipsy Hill, London
    Funded on Saturday, 27th August 2016

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    Update: Fanny has had her operation and has done well as we could have hoped. In fact she's a bit too lively considering she has only recently had a major op! Her recovery is ongoing and with luck she will back at the station in a few weeks.

    In regards to the funds, these will be used in excess of the funds already set aside originally. At the moment there looks like a nice surplus subject to no setbacks. As the RSPCA performed the op at a cheaper price, some will go to them but the lion's share will go to SNARL as previously mentioned.

    Thank you again everyone for the fantastic support! We are truly overwhelmed. x

    Fanny the cat is most often found seeking and offering cuddles at Gipsy Hill station. She has brought a smile to so many faces young and old.

    Sadly, on Wednesday 27 July Fanny was hit by a car close to the station. After a frantic night of worry she was found on Thursday morning. She is a fighter, but very poorly - the vet has diagnosed her with a ruptured diaphragm.

    Fanny's humans have launched a fundraiser to pay for her vet bill if the operation goes ahead. It's expected to cost a couple of thousand pounds and Fanny isn't insured.

    Please do donate if you can. Any surplus funds will be donated South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty (SNARL) - http://www.snarl.org.uk/.

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    • Fanny Cat5 years ago
      Fanny Cat

      Fanny Cat

      5 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Once again thank you everyone so much for your support. We are ready to release the funds at the end of the week, and subject to no setbacks we are hoping to release a nice lump sum to SNARL who have been heading up the cat killer investigation alongside the police and the RSPCA. Please note that the money raised will be used in excess of the funds already set aside originally. For updates re this and anything else "Fanny" please follow her on Twitter @thegipsyhillcat Thanks again! x

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    Supporters

    205

    • LH

      LH

      Aug 22, 2016

      Good luck

      £2.00

    • Dan

      Dan

      Aug 3, 2016

      Get well soon little one!

      £10.00

    • Ian

      Ian

      Aug 1, 2016

      Here's to a continued - and speedy - recovery. Gipsy Hill is a sorrier place without its station cat.

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 1, 2016

      Just making this up to a round number :)Fanny has given so many people so much pleasure, and there may be ongoing treatment and care costs.

      £24.00

    • Bella Sabbagh

      Bella Sabbagh

      Aug 1, 2016

      Raised through sales of my Gipsy Hill Cat greetings cards. https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/BellaSabbagh/tools/listings/250316145

      £11.30

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 30, 2016

      £5.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 30, 2016

      Hope the operation goes well and looking forward to hear recovery story!

      £5.00

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