through our 'Donate Now' button or the PayPal button
can me made to Agni Animal Welfare Fund by simply clicking
on the 'Donate Now' button on any page. The button
is a link to 'Charity Checkout' who collect donations for us, process them and also claims Gift Aid for us, so do tick the box if you pay tax in the UK, thus increasing the actual donation made. Please
use this button if you are a UK tax payer.
Donations - can be made through the PayPal button which can be
found on the top right of the home page of our website. Just click
on the 'Donate' button and fill in the boxes. You do not have
to have a PayPal account to use this method, a credit card is
the only requirement and donations can be made in any currency.
making donations please use the 'additional options' box or the
'Payment For' box to state any preferences you have as to how
we use your donation.
Sponsor a Cat - the sponsor a cat option arose from the neutered
cats at Agni bay. You can sponsor one of the cats posted on the
home page of the website, just choose the cat you wish to sponsor
and contact us by email. We will then allocate the cat to you
and your donation can be made by either of the two above donation
buttons. We ask £60 to neuter a stray cat, the neutering costs
have increased considerably during the last few years but we do
our best to keep the price down. This includes the neutering fee,
any post op medication, and a worming tablet. You can chose a
name for your cat if they do not have one and we will send further
photographs and email you some details if you would like us to.
The cats on the front page have a link to the Sponsored
Cat page, where you can read a little more about where the cat
is from and who is helping to care for the cat. We ensure that
all neutered cats receive food and are cared for.
Volunteers - we would like to hear from anyone living in Corfu,
or people who spend long lengths of time on the Island especially
during the winter months who would like to help. We need people
to put food out for the cats at feeding areas during the winter
months and to help us with neutering. We would like to hear
from anyone who could help, so please contact us by email at: