The 40 before 40 Challenge
Check out our new GoFundMe campaign:
Roy and Cher's Founder & Director of Operations
is celebrating her 40th birthday in August and what she'd really like for her birthday is for us to spay and neuter 40 cats this summer!
But we need you!
Help us raise $5,000 so we can spay and neuter at least 40 cats for her birthday! Tax receipts are available upon donation. Follow the Link at the bottom to donate. www.gofundme.com/TNRCornwallCats
Wine Rack Fundraiser until the End of August
The Wine Rack on Ninth Street in Cornwall is currently accepting cash donations for Roy and Cher's Rescue Farm until the end of August!
The Wine Rack is proud to be part of the community. For the last four years as an Ontario based company they have been involved in fundraising for Habitat for Humanity. Over those four years we have raised more than $1 million and have built many homes throughout the province.
Being a part of the local community is important to them. At this time they are extending their fundraising efforts to us! ...Roy and Cher's Rescue Farm :)
They are currently collecting cash donations at the sales desk as well as collect money with a few fun games that their customers can take part in. These games include "FEED THE FISH", "PIN THE WHISKERS ON THE CAT" and/or "PIN THE NOSE ON THE DOG". For a donation customers can play these games and as a prize - one of their awesome tote bags.
THANK YOU WINE RACK FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
Roy and Cher T-shirts!
T-shirts and Tanks available in all sizes! More info.
Roy and Cher's is now a Canadian registered charity! Read our press release.
All potential adopters must fill out an application to be eligible. Roy and Cher's Animal Rescue interviews all applications and conducts home visits. We want to ensure that a new home is a forever loving home. We do not adopt out to those who intend to declaw.
Roy and Cher's Animal Rescue does not use the term "pet" as it implies control, ownership and objectification of a non-human animal. We use the terms animal companion or companion animal instead.