Constant, continued care through Covid and Christmas!

Last year we managed to hold multiple fundraising events that all raised vital funds for our animals. This year, due to Covid restrictions, to date, we haven’t been able to hold any of our income generating events so we are asking you to help us raise the money we need to care for unwanted and stray animals throughout Northern Ireland and all the animals that have come into our care with a donation this Christmas.

Through all our activities, we work with around 4000 animals each year, of all sizes, ages and needs – each one is unique and special. From kittens and puppies with complex care needs to fully-grown rabbits, cats and dogs with medical, emotional and anxiety issues – many who will need specialist care, socialisation support and time and patience to help them adjust to the new circumstances they find themselves in!

Some of our animals have been with us for many years, some stay for just a few weeks but for each and every one of them, our goal is exactly the same; to give them a second chance; to give them the best possible life; to bring them joy, show them love and to make sure they are the happiest they can be – it’s what every animal wants, needs and deserves.

Here at Assisi, our focus is to find our animals their forever home. There is no better feeling than to know that one of our animals is going to spend Christmas in a new home where they will be warm, cosy, content, spoilt, cuddled and loved.

But we are still going to need to care for animals with all sorts of needs over the Christmas period and beyond and we rely solely on public donations to fund everything we do.

So, we are asking for your support to help make this Christmas really special here at the sanctuary. Whatever you can afford to give will directly support the vital care for our very special animals that really need your help.

Thank you, in advance, for any gift you feel able to give this Christmas.

On behalf of all of us at Assisi Animal Sanctuary, have a wonderful festive period and stay safe.