£110 to Pakistan: PoC Cat Charity Donation


I have been remiss in not keeping up-to-date in running the PoC charitable donations scheme. The reason is that it is a form of “admin” for me and I prefer to do things other than “admin” 😉 It is as simple as that.

Rupees. PoC charitable donations
Rupees. PoC charitable donations. This is the £10 trial payment using Western Union
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I think there are three months worth of comments to add together to work out a donation amount. I have decided to take a broad brush approach (note the pun) and say that the giveaway for the three months is £200, which is inline more or less with previous sums.

Ahsan ul Haq

Using Western Union (which I now understand and trust after a trial run), I have sent £110 to Ahsan in Islamabad, Pakistan to help in his fantastic work caring for feral cats and in his desire to build an enclosure to keep his cats safe.

Note: Ahsan did not request the money. In fact he refused it. I insisted he had it 🙂

The other £100 can be donated this month sometime. I have in mind Walsall Borough Cats Protection. If someone has any other ideas please tell me.

Thanks for your patience. I know a lot people wanted PoC to help Ahsan – me too. The major hurdle was working out the method to get the money safely to Ahsan. The usual methods such as PayPal are unavailable.

56 thoughts on “£110 to Pakistan: PoC Cat Charity Donation”

  1. I like that the donation is going to Ahsan since he will be using to build a safe place for the kitties. I cannot think of a better use of money than keeping your well loved cats safe from harm.

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  2. “…I will build the cage so that it could be benefit others to make it at home by themself. I have sufficient knowledge of wood works (Carpenter) which I have learnt from Copen Hagen, Denmark.” said Ahsan ul Haq.

    Sorry. Maybe I was too obscure with my pic posts.

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  3. Michael I am just so excited I really can’t tell you thank you so much it took 6 months of care backwards and forwards to the vets nursing Jinks after each anaesthetic, surgery, xray, just about impossible making sure he didn’t run or jump! but all the work has paid off and he now acts like nothing bad happened to him! he’s very special and so are Cats Protection league Walsall Borough. Thank you so very very much here is Mr Jinks after I just passed on the amazing news!! He’s saying ‘What? Michael is giving CPL some money? that’s great!!’

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    • Now all Mr Jinks needs, thanks to you and your CP branch getting him back to full health with all his legs intact, is a wonderful forever home. I hope he has one soon and if I know you, you will soon be fostering another cat in need.

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      • Me too Ruth I’m already smitten with Mr J but although I know it will be the best thing for him it will be so hard letting go 🙁

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      • Thanks Kylee he’s a beautiful cat, funny intelligent and a proper lap cat! Just because he’s Black and White though people don’t want to know I wish they could see what we see…. 🙁

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        • Yes it is Sad. I Love all Cat of all Varieties, have a special Things for just Normal Cats and Black and White. They are just so Sleek and their beauty within. Esp Domestic Cats.

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  4. I am so happy for you, Ahsan.
    You so deserve. Even more so, your kitties deserve.
    I can hardly wait to see what you have in mind to build.
    The best to you all.

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