Sponsor Our Special Needs Cats!
Can't adopt, but still want
to make a difference?
Become a Better Days Sponsor!
We have several special-needs long-term cats in our care. They include senior cats and cats with health, personality or behavioral challenges. Some are just shy and take time to warm up to a new person. Each one is truly special in his/her own way. These special needs cats are hard to place and many may never be adopted. The Sponsorship Program helps us care for our special needs cats and the rest of our population until they find forever homes or live out their lives at our sanctuary.
Sponsoring is easy!
Just click a button below and complete the form. Paypal will notify you by email each month when they charge your account/credit card and you can unsubscribe at any time. *Donations are tax deductible*
For less than the cost of a cup of coffee per day, you can help provide health and comfort to these precious cats.
Abbey is a kitty with deformities in her legs and spine, but that has never stopped her from doing everything the "normal" cats can do!!
Gabby is our very precious deaf cat. Although being deaf does not stop her from talking, very loudly, all day long! She needs daily medications for her neurological damage. She is very funny and loving, a complete joy!
Read more of Gabby's Story.....
...Or Make a one-time donation
Please contact us if you have any questions. If you prefer, you can set up monthly payments through your online banking bill pay service or send checks to: Better Days Rescue Fund, PO Box 298, Woodbury, CT 06798
Sunny and Mini Me
SunSun and MinMin are a super-sweet bonded pair with some anxiety challenges.
Gloria was found with a shattered hock and dislocated hip. She had survived for 10 days in near zero temperatures. She was terrified of people but came to us for help anyway. She has come a long way. She is healthy, gorgeous and learning to trust more and more each day.....
Noah is a sweet young man!
special need: He's just shy!
Izzy is loving and affectionate. We found him nearly starved to death. He’s on daily medication for constipation, but would make someone willing to care for him a wonderful companion
Fred is a wonderful, loving and kind old man who narrowly escaped freezing to death and euthanasia!
Gavin, aka Smiley. Fantastic, loving and sweet senior citizen!
Special need: FIV positive and being approx. 11 years old