Buy a Christmas Survival Box and save the lives of abandoned animals this Christmas

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In the coming weeks, hundreds of abandoned animals will find themselves out in freezing temperatures, many sick and injured. For some of the most vulnerable it could be their last Christmas.

More than a hundred of these animals will end up at Wood Green, where we will provide specialist medication and food, to ensure they are nursed back to health ready to find their forever home.

Please give today to help animals like Daisy, who was found huddled in a barn last Christmas. Hungry, shivering and heavily pregnant, she had no one to keep her safe and warm. Without our support, specialist food and care, she may have not been strong enough to give birth to her five pups – Noel, Holly, Claus, Felix and Angel, on Christmas Day.

And with no government funding, anything that you can afford each month, or a single gift today will help us to find abandoned animals their forever home this Christmas.

How to help this Christmas

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    A donation of £6 a month can save more abandoned dogs, like Daisy and her puppies. Helping to provide the care they need, then find their new forever loving home.
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    A monthly donation of £8 will support our vets to provide specialist care for kittens like Gabrielle, who needed urgent eye surgery to ease her discomfort.
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    A gift off £10 can help our centres remain open this busy period to not only take in sick, abandoned animals, but to find longer stay animals, like Charlotte who will have been with us for a year on New Year’s day, her forever home.
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    Survival box
    An £18 gift will buy a Christmas Survival Box. Packed with life-saving emergency supplies, such as medication, surgical equipment and antibiotics, it could save the life of a sick or injured, abandoned animal this Christmas.

Make a Donation

Please will you help us care for them?

We have 223 animals to feed today.