Howdy! I'm Ace

I'm a 8-year-old Domestic Semi Long Hair from Torbay rehoming centre and I'm looking for my forever home.

Sponsor Ace from just £3 a month

By sponsoring a pet, you’ll be helping real unwanted and abandoned animals to find loving homes. Why not give a gift that will change a life?

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Sponsor Ace as a gift from £36 a year

Celebrate a Birthday, Christmas or special occasion with a Blue Cross pet sponsorship. The purrrfect present for animal lovers.

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About me

Hey I’m Ace, in name and nature. I got my name from my cool persona and my quirky nose marking. I’ve been through a lot recently and after being found as a stray I had been hit by a car, sadly this led to me losing one of my legs. But don’t worry it’s not holding me back in the slightest, the girls here say it makes me even more adorable. In my new home I would like to be the only pet as I find the other cats here very stressful and am scared of dogs. I’d like to meet any children here first to ensure we all get along. I need some really fun and safe outdoor space so I can’t live near any busy roads. So if you can offer this survivor a loving forever home for lots of snuggles, please come meet me at the centre or apply online.

How sponsorship works

  1. Choose a pet

    Choose a pet you'd like to sponsor and a monthly amount

  2. Stay in touch!

    Receive a certificate and monthly email updates from your pet

  3. Help another pet

    Once your pet has been rehomed you can choose another pet to help

Help Ace to find a happy home with the gift of pet sponsorship!

Does your loved one have room in their heart, but not in their home, for a pet of their own? Blue Cross sponsorship is the perfect present for animal lovers.

Sponsor a pet as a gift for your loved one from as little as 70p a week, and they will receive monthly updates from real homeless pets in our care who are just waiting to meet their new families. Your chosen friend or family member will also receive a downloadable certificate from each of the dogs, cats, small pets and horses they’ve helped to find loving new homes.