Thousands of healthy cats and dogs, kittens and puppies will die today and every day. Why? They were born into a world where there are not enough homes to go round. Countless strays are struggling for survival on the streets - cold, hungry, frightened - condemned to a life of suffering and often victims of cruelty. There is a humane alternative to this sickening daily slaughter and misery. We must reduce the number of puppies and kittens born. This can be achieved by the establishment of low-cost neuter clinics. In 1995 CHAT opened the country's first low-cost neuter clinic for cats and dogs in south London. In 1999 CHAT's second neuter clinic opened in East London and these provide an essential service for people on benefit, a pension or a low income. The Trust neuters approximately 17,000 and vaccinates 24,000 dogs and cats annually, preventing the birth of countless thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens. We already run an extensive animal rescue service and sanctuary accommodation but this can only help in the short-term. Ultimately, the suffering will continue until low-cost neutering is widely available to people unable to afford private veterinary fees. Please remember us in your will and / or send a donation to: Celia Hammond Animal Trust, High Street, Wadhurst, East Sussex TN5 6AG.
Celia Hammond Animal Trust
Phone: 01892 783820 / 01892 783367