Can you help Tiger Tom with his ongoing medical costs?

Tiger Tom is a very handsome tabby gentleman, estimated to be around 7 years old.


He was found as a stray and brought into our care. When Tiger Tom first came into the centre he wasn’t very well at all. After tests, our vet diagnosed him with ‘Feline Triaditis’ – this is an inflammatory disease that affects three organs, the liver, pancreas and small intestine.

Tiger Tom is now on prescription food and daily medication to help with the condition. He has responded very well to the treatment, and he’s already feeling better and has now started to put on some more weight.


This gorgeous boy is a very sociable, and loves everyone that he meets! He loves nothing more than to climb onto your lap as soon as you have sat down and have a cuddle. He LOVES a fuss and attention and would stay there for hours given the choice!


Tiger Toms ongoing medical cost (prescription food and medication) is a staggering £180 a month!


We are looking for 18 very generous, cat lovers to sponsor Tiger Tom just £10 a month to help cover these costs.


We need to raise an additional £180 a month to ensure this boy has a happy, healthy retirement.

By sponsoring Tiger Tom, you will be helping with his ongoing medical costs.

You’ll receive a welcome pack from the man himself as well as regular updates.



We are also looking for a new home for Tiger Tom. This would be a supported adoption, meaning we would continue to cover his medical costs, with our supporters help!


If you think you can offer Tiger Tom a home (whilst being supported by CDCH with his medical costs) please the button below. Due to his medical conditions, Tiger Tom is looking for an indoor-only home.

Thank you so much for your support and for giving Tiger Tom a second chance!

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