Deposit Needed for Disabled Animal Centre

by Miracle's Mission in Carlisle, England, United Kingdom

Deposit Needed for Disabled Animal Centre
We did it
On 24th March 2020 we successfully raised £1,882 with 82 supporters in 56 days

To raise the deposit for a UK centre for disabled animals, where we can rehabilitate the most vulnerable, before finding their forever homes

by Miracle's Mission in Carlisle, England, United Kingdom

The Miracle's Mission Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Animals is planned for 2020, but as a small charity, we are DESPERATE for your help.

The centre will provide dedicated care for the most vulnerable dogs and cats. Animals under our care will receive thorough veterinary assessments, MRIs, surgeries, the fitting of prosthetics, and doggy wheels.

Their personalised rehabilitation plan will include physiotherapy and hydrotherapy as well as daily massage and tens machine stimulation. 

There will be a sensory garden and educational toys to provide adequate mental and physical stimulation for the animals and they will receive lots of love from our incredible carers.

Once our furry residents have been emotionally and physically rehabilitated as much as is possible, we will find forever homes for them.

We already have a waiting list of disabled dogs but cannot accept them until we can finance the centre.

Your support of this campaign will make a MASSIVE difference in the lives of many vulnerable animals. 

Please do not scroll by thinking your donation won't make a difference because it WILL. It will not be spent on admin or staff, it will go directly to helping the animals.

So no matter how much you can spare, be it £2 or £200, please please help us.

Each donation will take us 1 step closer to our goal.

Please donate what you can, share this fundraiser and get in touch if you would like to do a fundraiser on our behalf. Email: Info@miraclesmission.org

Your support means the world to these disabled dogs and cats....and to us.

Thank you x

 

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