Little Upsy was born outdoors!
It is always a huge disappointment to see a campaign fail, it means that the concerned animals will not receive any help. Unfortunately, we can not ship incomplete campaigns.
We want to maximize the help we are all bringing to the animals in distress. Our campaign goals are calculated to balance our storage, delivery and manufacturing costs of the offered products.
Delivering failed campaigns would generate too many costs, which would eventually lead to the bankruptcy of the website and leave all the animals that we could have helped alone...
The delivery of unfinished campaigns is also physically impossible for some products (if only 50% of a kennel is financed: we can not cut it in half).
Our activity is regulated by the french tax law, it forbides us to transfer money instead of the advertised product (article L 548-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code).
For this reason, when a campaign fails, donations are immediately refunded. If they want to, donors can send this money directly to the association.
Our activity is regulated by the french tax law, it forbides us to use the money for anything else than the original use announced in the campaign (article L 548-1).
So, unfortunately, we are not allowed to transfer donations from a campaign to another.
Free clicks are saved before being reallocated to other campaigns (free clicks being immaterial, they are not submited to the same obligations than financial donations).
This campaign failed, it won't be delivered... Collected quantities have been cancelled (payments have been transfered back and free clicks have been saved in a stock).
Tom is a 6-year-old cat, which we found injured in a feeding area. Besides testing positive for FIV, he suffers from persisting ear mange and inflammation. Consequently, we have medications to administer.
To replenish his energy, Tom will need an abundance of vitamin-rich food. Easy-to-digest canned food would be perfect for him to regain his strength daily. Additionally, it will make medicating him easier.
We are currently managing more than 70 kittens with a significant shortage of prospective adopters. Donations are plummeting and supermarket food collections are not yielding any results... the situation is becoming critically dire!