Sponsorship

 

Sponsoring an animal is a great way to give to Tiny Toes Rat Rescue of New Mexico. When you sponsor an animal, not only are you donating to our mission, you're also providing for an animal who needs your help.

 

Sponsorships make great gifts for birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions. When you give the gift of animal sponsorship your recipient will receive a personalized Certificate of Sponsorship all about their sponsored animal(s) via email and you will receive a copy too so you know what your gift recipient has received.

 

 

To sponsor an animal(s) just complete two simple steps:

 

Step #1: Use the yellow contact form below to give us your name and email address, the length of time you will sponsor the animal(s), the name and email or street address of the gift recipient (if sponsorship is a gift), the name of the rat(s) you'd like to sponsor, and any details you'd like to give us. Be sure to click "Send" after you complete the form.

Step #2: Make your sponsorship payment securely via Paypal by clicking the "Donate" button below OR send a check or money order payable to Tiny Toes Rat Rescue to Post Office Box 67571, Albuquerque, NM 87193. Please indicate with your payment that it is regarding sponsorship so that we can match it up to the contact form above which we will receive after you send it. Once we receive your Paypal payment or your check and it clears we will process your sponsorship. Thank you VERY much!

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NOTE:

 

Unfortunately, rodents do have a short lifespan...usually about 2 years for rats. In the event the animal you are sponsoring crosses Rainbow Bridge during your sponsorship period or is lucky enough to be adopted, you will be notified so you can select another animal to sponsor.

Tiny Toes Rat Rescue

of New Mexico, Inc.

 

a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue

 

Just because they're tiny doesn't mean they're disposable

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