The NALA association is still alive and well and your subscriptions will be very welcome ! We can no longer take in animals but we continue to fight against abandonment, ill treatment, and to change attitudes.
However, our foster families are still left with some unadopted cats, not all of which have really learned to trust the human race, and these families are often begged to take charge of cats whose owners have died.
We therefore invite you to sponsor a cat to help the foster families with their veterinary bills. For only 10 € per month you can call yourself foster-mum or -dad of a NALA cat. You may receive photos, visit the cat, be kept up to date with how it is coming along. And the more people who donate even a tiny amount, the better we will be able to assure a bright future for these unwanted cats. Food is also very welcome. The foster homes of Nala are taking care of 50 cats at the moment.
Thank you so much for your precious support.
The Cats You Can Sponsor
Jess is a little cat that was not socialised when she was entrusted to the association. She was a very timid little girl at first. No-one wanted to adopt her. With time she gained confidence in her foster family. It will be very difficult for her to change her environment.
Misty is a little cross Chartreux cat recently welcomed by NALA, who is wary and who is very fearful and who defends himself with hisses and growls when one wants to approach him. He has adapted well in his foster family with all its other animals like cats, chickens, ducks and a rabbit.
Isodore joined his foster family a few years ago. Isodore is very nice, but a little shy with people he does not know. When prospective adopters came to see him he was hiding. It is very likely that he stays with his foster family because he has a good life with his friends and especially because he is happy.
Joshua is Jess's brother who was also very fearful at first, but adapted after several years of patience and became quite cuddly.
Mickey is a 10 year old cat who did not find an adoptive family because he had a lot of health problems in the beginning. He found his happiness in his foster family.
Milly was entrusted to us when its English owners moved to England. Milly is a cat that was abused by children when she was small. She is a bit suspicious and uncertain and shows her claws when not expected. She is a bit unpredictable.
If you would like to sponsor Milly, Misty, Isodore, Joshua , Mickey or Milly, or if you just want to give us a donation, then how do you proceed? It's very easy. Click the "Faire un don" button below and indicate that you want to sponsor XYZ chat and fill in the amount you want to give per month.