Who will take care of your pet if something happens to you?

We often get phone calls from relatives who are left with someone's beloved cat(s) after they have passed or become disabled in some way.

Have you planned for the future of your cats, or will they be brought to a city shelter to wait with hundreds of other homeless pets in hopes of another home?

With the Sanctuary's Planned Giving/Surviving Pet Care Program, you can rest assured that your cats will be taken care of in a home-like environment, enriched with medical care, entertainment and love.

If you've been thinking about the future of your felines when you're no longer here to care for them, why not consider enrolling in our Surviving Pet Care program and allowing us the privilege of caring for them in your absence?

Enrolling in Surviving Pet Care is simple.  A phone call to the Sanctuary will get the process started and a sample contract can be mailed to you.  There is a one-time, non-refundable binding fee (which will be applied to the overall sanctuary care cost when the time arises).   Then, depending upon the number of cats you have (we can only accept up to 5), an an additional fee(s) will be imposed, which will allow us to care for your cats for their lifetime.  These fees can be left in accordance with Planned Giving, or donated during your lifetime.  

If Surviving Pet Care is on your mind, a phone call to us is the first step towards peace of mind.

Fur further information, please contact Dr. Susan Whittred, Director of Veterinary Medicine, at 516-922-CATS (2287) or email us at info@theladewcatsanctuary.org.