Sponsor an animal in need

The WLPA is pleased to offer the sponsors of the cats any of the following services they wish to utilise:

Ø Sponsorship certificate with photo of your cat

Ø Appointments to visit your cat

Ø ‘Cuppa with Cats’ get together for World Animal Day

Ø Opportunity to have a photo with your cat

Ø Occasional card from your cat

Ø Quarterly phone call regarding your cat

Ø Talks from WLPA executive

Ø All sponsorship donations are fully tax deductable

For as little as a dollar a day you could sponsor a cat and cover the cost of their food and litter. If you are able to donate more, that would then cover additional costs such as vet treatment and regular medication including worming.


If you prefer someone other than a cat, why not sponsor Ruby rabbit. She is a beautiful two year old dwarf and mother of six. Her blue eyed kits were all adopted. Yes people are colour prejudice, even when it comes to animals. So even though she is a sweet social girl no one has been interested in adopting Ruby.


A painfully timid cat who is slowly improving all the time but is still wary of other cats and humans. He is a gentle quiet boy who will grow in trust and confidence with the help of all the volunteers at the WLAP. His slightly more social brother found a wonderful adopter who was able to give him all the time and space he needed. Maybe James will be adopted one day but in the meantime needs you to sponsor him please


A young lady who has been here most of her life. She came as an older kitten who did not like contact with humans. Due to her independent nature she was left on the shelf when her siblings were adopted. As one of the WLAP smallest cats she does attract bit of bullying from some but has plenty of volunteer supporters here to look out for her.


A mature lady, who was near death when rescued from Campsie. She had to have a blood transfusion and only just made it. She is becoming a little more trusting but is still far from social enough for most adopters. She at 16 is the oldest cat here at Gladesville and has a very close bond with a special needs cat here.


Arya was rescued from a factory in February 2016 and resides at WLPA Adoption Centre in Gladesville. Arya is a bright orange tabby with beautiful markings and seems happy at the Centre with his sibling Blaze. Arya has not been adopted because she is still too shy for most adopters.


Blaze was rescued from a factory in February 2016 and resides at WLPA Adoption Centre in Gladesville. Blaze is a beautiful bright orange tabby and is happy at the Centre with his sibling Arya. He has not been adopted as he is hard to socialize but cuddles up with Arya most of the day.


Came as a difficult kitten to the WLPA two years ago. Due to her spectacular looks she was temporarily adopted but this experience unfortunately made her distain for humans worse. She is therefore staying at the WLPA for the foreseeable future. Here she enjoys her food and watching other cats.



Alternatively you can send a cheque or money order made out to:

'World League for Protection of Animals'
Sponsor an animal in need fund
PO Box 211
Gladesville NSW 2111

Remember to send us your address or email so we can keep you up to date with your sponsored animal in need!

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