NANNA most asked questions & Answers
How much is your food bill a month?
£1200+ per month
How much is your vet bills?
£800 - £1300 per month
How much cat litter do you use?
40 – 60 30L bags £250 p/m
How much is your electricity bill?
£110 per month approx (for the reptiles)
How big is your wage bill?
ZERO - No-one is paid
Why do you do it?
We give up our weekends to raise funds for them, everyday we look after them; we cry for them, we get angry for them, why do we do it? Because we love them and they deserve better.
Do you need any help?
Yes, we need people to help raise funds or even to give monthly a donation, we need people to knit blankets for us, we need help to check the animals new forever homes, we need people to help build new pens, electricians, plumber to help with putting in taps down the garden, we need you.
How do we pay for all of this?
By giving up nearly every weekend to do fund-raising, it’s the only way.
During 2006 NANNA has been hit with cat flu’, feline enteritis and some kittens have come in with cornavirus. We have had myxomatoisis with the rabbits and now we inoculate against the disease, we have been hit with distemper in the ferret pens and to top everything off in 2006 we got hit with ringworm. All of this has cost the charity a lot of money.
We have had to inoculate the animals against some of these diseases and replace pens and cages, runs etc to stop the spread of them. Some of us have personally contracted ringworm, salmonella and one of us have been so badly bitten that we have lost the use of one of our fingers!
Last year we had so many kittens to feed and look after it was frightening!
Our food bill doubles whilst kitten season is here and we go through so much bedding.
So if you can not help money wise please consider bedding!
Thank you for your support!