Our purpose is to aid low income pet owners to
have their animals neutered, this way unwanted kittens and puppies do not
become the next generation of animal cruelty statistics. We also take in 'unwanted'
pets and place them in foster homes until a permanent home can be found for
them. For the foster carers, we cover the cost of food and any veterinary
bills. We are also carers for rescued hedgehogs and other small wildlife in
the local area. If you find a hedgehog or other small wildlife in trouble
and need advice or help, please contact us.
The Cat & Rabbit Rescue Centre
rescue and rehome cats, rabbits & guinea pigs.
Every year CRRC are asked to take in approximately
1,500 animals, but unable to due to lack of space. With our wooden cat pens
reaching 20 years old they desperately need replacing and extending, so we
can help more animals. This project is known as The Viv Eadon Project, after
a great friend and dedicated volunteer who suddenly passed away at a young
age of 52. Each pen is designed to be easy to clean, hygienic and very hard
wearing. The building will consist of 45 pens (each housing 2-4 cats), a new
vet room, recovery room, an intensive care unit, 2 large pens for our golden
oldies, reception, feed and sluice room. The amount we need to raise is 300,000.
Need to raise over £600,000
to replace the worn out kennels and small animal unit.
PAWSS (Pet and Animal Welfare
We are an animal rescue based in Aberdeen run
by a small group of volunteers. We predominately take into care small animals
and run a rehoming register for larger animals, birds and wildlife. We have
a non destruction policy. Many small animals stay in permanet care. We rely
soley on donations.
We offer support for animals with behavioural
problems, nurse sick and injured animals. We support other charities/rescues
in there rehoming efforts.
Please contact direct by calling
Mobile: 07761 927493
Small pet rescue (hamsters, Gerbils
can take your unwanted small rodents
and re-home them (even unfriendly ones!)
Space sometimes available for
rabbits and guineapigs.
Syrian and Russian Hamsters currently
looking for good homes.
All guaranteed friendly.
County: North Somerset
Please contact direct by calling
LAST CHANCE ANIMAL RESCUE Registered Charity No. 1002349
We rescue animals of all types, some waiting destruction in Welsh pounds others handed in to us for whatever reason, good or bad. We provide medial care, food, shelter and love for them all and ultimately find them loving homes. if for any reason things don't work out we always take them back. We inoculate and worm all our animals and ensure they receive any medical treatment they may require. We also neuter as many of our animals as possible, new owners of any un-neutered animals are bond by agreement to carry out this vital task at the earliest opportunity. Every eligible dog, cat or rabbit leaves our Rescue Centre with 6 weeks free insurance from a leading company, new owners are then given an opportunity to extend such cover by subscribing to the scheme. Our staff are always available to give advise on training or behavioural questions and are there to assist if needed.
We operate a non-destruction policy.
LAST CHANCE ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE was founded in 1986, its aim being to rescue and re-home unwanted and abandoned animals. We take in all creatures, from cats and dogs to equines, livestock and wildlife. Our kennels are constantly filled from two main sources: local escue dogs, and the Welsh 'pound dogs' saved from their death row sentence. For many it truly is their Last Chance.
Our new veterinary surgeon checks, worms and inoculates all animals, and operates a rigorous neutering policy, as we strongly believe this makes a happier pet and is the most important way to reduce the escalating problem of pet overpopulation. We also indenti-chip all our dogs and offer this services for all our cats. We have a non-destruction policy, except on humane grounds and a system of individual home checks before any animal is placed into a new home, along with follow up visits to ensure the animal has settled. Our adopters sign a legal document declaring to give the best possible care, and to ensure that the animal is neutered at the earliest opportunity if this has not already been carried out, we always take back any former resident if the adopter is unable to keep it, thus ensuring future security for any animal entering Last Chance.
Your support and enthusiasm is desperately needed to enable us to continue saving and improving more lives.
Due to our increasing success finding loving homes for around 10 cats & 15 plus dogs per week we now need to find home checkers in all areas to help us improve our system further. If you think you can help please telephone either of the following numbers for more details/information pack.
For all enquires telephone Last Chance on 01732-865530
or Helpline on 01227-722929 both UK numbers.
Small voluntary rescue in South Yorkshire, saving dogs and cats dumped in pounds and finding them a new loving home.
Please visit our website and see the lovely dogs in need of a new home.
Just one of the local branches:
R.S.P.C.A. Tameside and Glossop Branch
Animals for re-homing in the care of
Tel: 07050 264 531 to make an appt to visit
The BUAV was established in 1898 and our mission statement reads:
"The BUAV opposes animal experiments.
We believe animals are entitled to respect and compassion which animal experiments deny them.
The BUAV campaigns peacefully for effective,
lasting change by challenging attitudes and actions towards animals world-wide."
Offer of Help for Unwanted Reptiles and Small Animals
Rescued and cared for
Please do not abandon your pet
If you are unable to care for your pet for whatever reason
I will endeavour to find a home for it
Or will care for it myself until a suitable home is found
North Yorkshire Area
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 07719 437435
DESPERATELY NEEDS HELP
WE NEED EQUIPMENT FOR SMALL ANIMALS
We need cages, bowls and bottles to house homeless furries.
We also desperately need foster homes for pets while we seek a permanent home for them.
Please help us help the Furries
Home to over 300 rescued animals
THISTLE CAVIES, Based in Perth
We rescue and rehome guinea pigs in scotland, We always have piggies available for adoption to loving careing homes. Advice and aftercare are available If you need help rehoming your piggies for any reason please contact us via our website as we may be able to help
Help Fife Animals is registered Scottish charity, working in Fife to help domestic animals in need. We are a small but dedicated group of animal lovers, who foster homeless animals in our own homes, until a suitable permanent home can be found.
ARC (Anglia Rehabilitation Centre) is an animal welfare organisation. ARC is based in Norfolk. However we will take animals from the all areas of the UK.
ARC rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes all and any animal brought to us. Any animal too sick, old or abused to be re-homed stays with ARC, and is given a Quality of Life. ARC is non profit making, and all monies donated, or given in sponsorship is spent on the animals in our care.
ARC is looking for volunteers to help with horses, farm livestock, dogs, a variety of small animals and birds.
ARC is also looking for sponsorship and donations in money or kind to help us continue our work.
Please contact direct by calling Mobile: 07930 849 741
Wildlife Aid is a registered charity dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned British wildlife. We are one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation centres in the U.K dealing with over 12,000 wildlife incidents a year and we desperately need your help.
Find out more about us and what you can do to help our native wildlife by clicking here www.wildlifeaid.com
SWANSEA SMALL ANIMAL RESCUE
I am an experienced animal carer in Swansea, South Wales, catering to unwanted and/or neglected small animals.
I am willing to travel to save lives!
100% No-Kill Policy!
We provide a secure and loving environment for at risk small animals, re-homing where possible.
We are a small organisation based in Fleet, Hampshire which travels to Sri-Lanka four times a year in order to alleviate the suffering of the street dogs and cats.
We are very fortunate to have the help of a caring vet who has made significant changes in many animal's lives.
Our main problem in Sri-Lanka is the vast amount of stray dogs roaming the streets. On each visit, we spay and neuter as many dogs as possible and educate the locals about the clinic which provides free treatment for mixed breed dogs.
We also do educational talks in the schools in order for children to become aware of how to care for their pets. Mange is another problem in Sri-Lanka and many dogs are born with mange. We can help by injecting the animals to kill the mites which cause the mange.
We also vaccinate against rabies and operate on numerous dogs with tumours. Similarly, we treat dogs with fleas, tics and worms with supplies which we bring with us on each trip.
In order to fund our trips, we fundraise every weekend by doing car boot sales and street collections but we are always in need of veterinary supplies such as Lactal, dog food sachets, wormer, dog shampoo, flea spray, tweezers, flea collars, antiseptic lotion/talc, Dettol,etc.
Our next big project is to buy land in Sri-Lanka in order to build a compound for the stray dogs and eventually re-home them to caring families. At present, there are no shelters in the area in which we work which makes it difficult to carry out aftercare for the strays which we treat.
We are also looking for like minded volunteers to come to Sri-Lanka and help treat and care for the street animals.
If you are interested, please contact:
Home and Abroad Animal Welfare
39, Albert Street
Hi I have been running a rabbit/guinea pig sanctuary, for almost two years now.
There has been ups and downs, tears and joy, however we are currently able to provide adequate shelter/run to any desperate distressed owners out there needing our help, love,cuddles and trust for there animals 24/7
Hoppys Haven is the home of Mongeham Small Animal Sanctuary in Deal, Kent. We care for mostly rabbits and guinea pigs, but also other furry animals. A number of these have long term health problems that are catered for on site with the support of a very patient local vet. The sanctuary is privately run from our own home. Any donations are always welcome, particularly of bric-a-brac, or any unwanted animal items including hutches, runs etc.
Vaccinated holiday lodgers welcome
Our website, hoppyshaven.co.uk is under construction
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 01304 374574
We have Rabbits and Degu, babies and adults
All looking for good homes
We provide care information and always do a pre home and after rehoming inspection.
We have currently run out of guineapigs and now have a waiting list
We are always desperate for donations of runs and cages and hutches
Please contact the Sanctuary for details of animals, or to make a donation
or to ask us to do a rescue for you
We take all things furry
And are currently seeking a chicken house and run
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 01225 405169
GOOD HOME GIVEN TO RABBITS AND GUINEA PIGS
Rabbits and Guinea pigs given a good home
Must be free and you must be able to bring to me
I will offer a great life long home
For any unwanted rabbits and guinea pigs
Reading, Berkshire Area
Please contact direct by calling Tel:01183766377
Rescued Rabbits, Guinea Pigs
And sometimes other furry critters!
Registered with National Rabbit Aid a Registered Charity
Please help me to help them
Chesterfield, Derbyshire Area
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 01246 455887
need forever homes!
South Tyneside Guinea Pig Rescue
Always needs caring pet homes
For the many unwanted piggies we are asked to take in
All ages usually available
Approved homes only
Please note, we are not breeders
Tyne and Wear (North East England) Area
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 0191 4550135
IF YOU HAVE RATS THAT YOU CAN NO LONGER KEEP
PLEASE CONTACT ME AND I WILL TAKE THEM OFF YOUR HANDS
I KEEP PET RATS
AND HAVE A GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF THEIR HEALTH, EXERCISE
AND GENERAL WELL BEING
IF YOU LIVE WITHIN A 5-10 MILE RADIUS OF
AND NEED HELP, CALL ME
HOUGHTON REGIS, BEDFORDSHIRE AREA
Please contact Sue Perry direct by calling Tel: 01582 867464
Or Mobile 07589 306914
Long Term member of the Tortoise Trust
Can offer good homes for unwanted tortoises
Or will foster long or short term free of charge
Excellent indoor/outdoor accommodation
Fullspectrum UV lighting and infra red heating
Also willing to purchase adult female hermanns tortoise if in good health
18 years experience of tortoise ownership
No animals resold ever
Please contact Sue direct by calling Tel: 07940 173822
Willow's Parrotdise - Parrot Rescue is the UK's only Hands on Parrot Rescue Service. Willow's Parrotdise is a charity and a non-profit making voluntary organisation that does take part in all aspects of our rescue work. At times we have paid to purchase birds to stop suffering. We offer Sanctuary, Rehabilitation, Rehoming, Education Services & Exotic Bird Boarding.
We do take unloved, injured or unwanted parrots. If you require any help or advise regarding parrots, we do offer a free service and can call you back on a landline numbers. For Exotic bird boarding we do charge a fee, but all proceeds go to the charity towards other parrots.
As a charity we actively campaign against profiteering over the welfare of Parrots. Good breeders often invest a great deal of time and money in breeding and the welfare of parrots, these are people that should be proud of what they do. We are not campaigning to lower parrot prices, but more for the welfare of parrots.
Parrots do socially bond, do need lots of care and attention please consider this before buying a parrot or splitting a pair of parrots.
We do ask for donations of cages, food, toys, towels and food safe storage containers. We do charge an adoption fee to cover the cost of food and veterinary treatment but nothing else.
We currently are self funded, we do not have a charity number because we are exempt, if you have further questions, please contact me or the Charity Commission for England and Wales.
North Shields, Tyne & Wear
Please contact direct by calling Mobile:
Large indoor accommodation
With attached greenhouse
Offered as free accommodation to any unwanted Quails
Or other ground birds
Don't let birds loose
Think of their future and allow them to live the rest of their lives in luxury!
Possible pick up within a 50 mile radius
Luton, Bedfordshire Area
Please contact Jennie direct by calling Tel: 07932 675742
keld parrot rescue offers indoor and outdoor accommodation for a wide variety of parrots where they will have a caring and permanent home living a life as natural as possible.
Specialist diets will be cared for.
For more information regarding rehoming your parrot
Gentleshaw wildlife centre and bird of prey hospital
Open to the public
A small, family owned sanctuary
For unwanted and miss treated captive birds of prey
reptiles and exotic animals
Everything from Pumas to Kinkajous, Snowy owls to Monkeys
Bird of prey experiences available
Bird & Small Animal Rescue is a small voluntary organisation, that relies on donations and a small charity stall at cheddar market and carboot to keep it going. at the moment we can only take in only small animals eg: snakes, rabbits, birds,etc but we are looking to move to a propity with more land so we can take larger animals.
If anyone would like to help us out with donations etc,
Based in Sheffield and
take in all fish offered to the rescue. At the moment
the rescue homes
1 very large pacu(fruit eating piranha)
1 red bellied piranha
1 red tail catfish(14inch long)
1 10 inch clarius catfish
1 oscar (10 inch)
and about 60 species of small tropical fish
including salt water marines and coldwater fish
The RSPCA phone regular
bringing in fish and tanks that have been neglected
RSPCA registered and they can be contacted on 01302
Please contact Richard
Holland at Fish Rescue by calling
Tel: 01142 507611
The Fish Orphans relocation and rehoming scheme relocates unwanted fishes and aquaria nationwide to hospitals and retirement homes where they are maintained. All fish nationwide are accepted, though we have our main storage tanks in London.We are IFOCAS Federation members band are supported by many volunteer bodies.
Fife Ferret Rescue is Non-profit organisation committed to the welfare of these delightful pets. Free advice is offered to owners regarding their ferrets, we also take un-wanted ferrets until good pet homes can be found. Please note: we do not have any ferrets available for adoption at the moment. We are non-judgmental and understanding, and realise that circumstances can change, so please call us if you need help finding new homes for any ferrets you can no longer keep. Please don't abandon.
WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR GOOD HOMES FOR STRAY & UNWANTED FERRETS. We offer help and re-homing facilities for any ferret in need. We neuter all adult rescued ferrets before re-homing. We offer help & advice for new & current owners on all aspects of ferret care. We also offer a ferret boarding service. We are available for PR events (fetes, schools, carnival parades etc.). All funds raised for the welfare of ferrets.
Contact Angela or Chris Tel:01889 570469
(Please leave a message and we will return your call ASAP)
No kill hamster rescue
baby and older hamsters of all species
(Syrian, Campbell's and
Winter White Russian Dwarves, Roborovski and Chinese)
regularly looking for new homes.
Can collect/deliver accross mainland Scotland and Northern Ireland by arrangement.
Donations of unwanted equipment gratefully received
Minimum donation required please - NO SNAKE FOOD
County: Scotland wide by negotiation but prefer pickup from Edinburgh Junction 1 M8
To stop the many rodents and rabbits being put too sleep, dumped or just unwanted
We are small and always on the look out for good homes for:
Rabbits, rats, mice, gerbils, cavie, hamsters
And the odd other rodent species that come needing shelter
We do not breed and home checks are required
If you have a large cage (min 1m in height)
And you don't need it and live near Leeds we would love it
The aim of our centre is to find loving homes for guinea pigs and rats whose owners are no longer able, or willing to care for them. A full back up service is offered and care sheets are available for each of the species.
Unfortunately not all of the animals are available for rehoming; many of the elderly, infirm or sick will stay at the centre for the rest of their natural lives.
a Tortoise Trust registered re-homer
And can offer permanent, caring and loving homes
For land tortoises of all species / ages
No tortoise is accepted for sale or trade for financial
Written (Tortoise Trust approved) transfer agreement
No charges, free advice
I have access to excellent veterinary care
Tortoises are either rehomed with me
Or to homes which I have personally visited and approved
Or who are currently Tortoise Trust registered rehomers
Care and follow up visits
If you have a tortoise needing a new home
For whatever reason, please contact me. No obligations
Kent, Hampshire, Surrey, London - and further afield
based in Brighton
contact Jane Nicoll direct on Tel: 01273 263396
or 01273 773744 (home)
Cats In Crisis is a new charity group, based in Lincoln. We are all local people, our sole aim being to aid the needy cats of Lincoln in any way we can. We are a small concern and as such do not have limitless resources, but we do what we can, whenever we can. We make no profit and all money raised goes straight towards improving the life of a cat or kitten. Every cat or kitten we take into our care is treated for fleas/mites and wormed. Any necessary veterinary treatment is also given. We neuter all cats over 6 months of age before re-homing. We are also able to offer advice if you need it in order to ensure your cat gets the very best care you can give them.
Another service we provide is to keep an up to date lost and found register covering the Lincoln area
ARC Animal Rescue & Care (registered charity no: 1095004)
PO Box 46 Twickenham TW1 1WG
Aims: Cat Action Trust 1977's policy is to help feral cats by limiting their numbers through neutering and returning to site, and by finding homes for kittens and tame stray cats. The charity is totally against killing for expediency and is entirely run by volunteers.
Ann Dickinson and Paul Furness
Based in Whitley Bay, North East England
Have a website that includes facts about
The Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) and all profits from the sale of their diaries go to the PDSA.
TAKING IN AND REHOMING CATS/KITTENS
INCLUDING PREGNANT FEMALES AND ALSO STRAYS
NONE ARE PUT TO SLEEP
ALL ARE WORMED
I ALSO TAKE IN PEDIGREE OR PART PEDIGREE CATS/KITTENS
NO DONATION FOR TAKING IN BUT WOULD BE GRATEFUL IF YOU COULD
I AM ALSO HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND I HAVE REFS TO PROVE
PLEASE PHONE FOR MORE DETAILS ON 01685 875161
Aristocat Rescue Registered Charity No. 1098383
Rescues and rehomes, stray and unwanted cats and kittens.
Contact details:- Aristocat rescue
PO Box 124
The Moggery Rehoming Centre Registered Charity, Bristol, UK (No: 1070330)
The Moggery Rehoming Centre is based in Bishopston Bristol UK and rehomes starving, lost and abandoned cats and kittens. All the supporters and helpers are unpaid, and all monies raised go to the cats in our care.
Last year The Moggery rehomed 111 cats & kittens. Our policy is to neuter, (if not already done), microchip and vaccinate all cats coming into care. We also care for feral cat colonies by trapping, neutering and rehoming the kittens, and trapping, neutering, medically treating, and feeding the adults.
Donations to Ms C Bayka, The Moggery Rehoming Centre Charity, Longmead Avenue, Bishopston, BRISTOL BS7 8QB, very welcome.
The object is to provide a rescue service in the community for stray and feral cats and kittens, and to support owners who have found that keeping a cat is no longer possible because of change of circumstances, in which case, the cat is in need of immediate fostering with a view to re-homing. We try to respond to any cat related problem presented to us, as quickly as possible, either directly or by giving information; and we have an effective and efficient re-homing system, to avoid long and unnecessary confinement, and to have a policy of Non-euthanasia, unless in the best interests of a very sick or injured animal, where no veterinary treatment could be offered to alleviate the suffering in which case it would be kinder to think otherwise.
The good news is Newmarket Cats has been granted charity status, and our Registered Charity Number is: 1089460
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 01638 750920
People And Dogs Society (PADS) is a registered charity which runs telephone advice lines for dog owners with problems. We run our services on a shoestring budget and with the help of volunteers.
We need people willing to:
*become members - just for £10 per year you can show your support and help us provide our services
*organise fund raising or awareness raising events on our behalf
If you are in the West Yorkshire area you can also:
*help at events - come along to our fundraisers and help out behind the scenes (you can often enter your own dog as well)
*consider becoming a Committee member to help run our charity (requires attendance at monthly meetings held in the evening)
Please have a look at what we do, and contact us if you can help. www.padsonline.org.uk
Debbie 01977 678593
Bull Terrier Rescue
Absolute Bull Terriers was set up to help all Bull Terriers that are down on their luck. We are a group of willing volunteers who dedicate our time to rescuing and rehoming Bull Terriers in the UK
We are a small newly registered Charity no 1139146 dedicated to rehoming boxer dogs.We operate out of Cornwall, St Blazey and Torbay areas at present and have a small network of loving fosterers who help with the rehoming and care of boxer dogs.
We have a forever sponsor scheme for our oldies who need medical treatments and also many ways to help fundraise on our website www.boxerrescue.org.uk
Please consider a rescue boxer as a new addition to your family
Contact direct by calling Tel: 01803 846071
Founded in 1891, Dogs Trust, formerly known as the NCDL, has always campaigned on dog-welfare related issues to ensure a safe and happy future for our four-legged friends.
The health and happiness of every dog is at the heart of all our efforts and we try to find each and every dog in our care a loving home for life. We never destroy a healthy dog. See Rehoming to find your nearest Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre.
B.A.R.K. Bullmastiff & Neapolitan Rescue UK
(Charity No. 1050742)
For advice and/or help on rehoming your faithful companion, or adopting one of these magnificent breeds please contact us.
We have been operating throughout the UK since 1995 and are a registered charity.
Loving suitable homes always required. Most of our dogs are aged between 12 months and 7 years of age, so if your choice is a puppy please consult the Kennel club for a list of recognised and reputable breeders.
We are a small, local non-profit making dog rescue group
We are all volunteers
We will take in and care for any unwanted/homeless dogs/puppies, mainly small/toy breeds
We do not use kennels, all of our rescues are cared for in our own homes
All are wormed, fully vaccinated and neutered (if old enough) before they are rehomed
We have a strict vetting policy for potential adopters
R.O.V.E.R. has a non-destruction policy
And where necessary dogs will remain in permanent foster care
We need responsible, loving permanent homes for our rescued dogs and puppies
West Midlands/Birmingham areas
We also desperately need more foster homes
Can anyone help?
Please contact direct by calling Lesley on Tel: 0121 420 1703
'All-breed' dog-rescue centres and organisations throughout the UK are listed here and grouped by region. Breed-rescues are listed separately by breed. In all, nearly 1000 contacts have been included so there's sure to be one near you.
Donpipique Canine Whelping and Hand Rearing Clinic
Help is now available to save your sick,weak,orphaned and rejected puppies
From single puppies to whole litters taken in with love
Fading puppies can be saved with individual attention
We are never closed to needy puppies
We are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Advice and encouragement freely and confidentially given
From many years (and sleepless nights)
Experience in understanding the needs of pregnant and whelping bitches and new born puppies
Ambulance service to all locations
All accepted case subject to Non-liability agreement
Please contact for more details
Or just phone for a chat about your concerns
About any problem you may have with your dogs
The clinic has staff to give caring advice on almost any subject
Remember you never know when you may need us
So put our number in your phone book
Telephone Number is 01780783842
The E-mail Address is:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Greyhound Rescue Kennels Urgent Appeal
Following recent flooding of our Greyhound rescue kennels we are desperate for help of all kinds. Fund raisers and people to sell raffle tickets are needed desperately
We need blankets, quilts and any dog bedding as ours were unusable after water damage
Could you donate any of these items to help our dogs stay warm?
We are very desperate for HEAT LAMPS as we have recently acquired a generator but no money to buy these much needed lamps following recent massive unexpected expenses.
We have many older dogs and they need warmth now winter is upon us.
Do you have any spare heat lamps or can you help in any way?
Ring Mandy on 01327 830250 or 01327 831224
If you are an individual or a firm who could help in some way.
Trallwm Farm Animal Sanctuary
Based in South Wales
Rehoming nationally, the sanctuary has all sorts of sizes of horses and ponies
looking for their new homes.
References and donation required, join the forum to see the current animals.
Visit their website: www.trallwmfarm.org.uk
Sanctuary for donkeys and mules in Scottish Borders.
Beautiful small country estate on banks of the River Tweed
providing peace and security for the animals.
Weekend visits at 2pm each day to meet the animals.
Sponsorship scheme provides necessary funding.
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 01835 823468
Canterbury Horse Rescue Centre
We are a reg. charity 1101452 and we are a Equine welfare centre. We take in all equine from all over the UK.
Please contact direct by calling Tel: 01233 740730
A sanctuary for mistreated horses, ponies and donkeys
Based in Wrexham, Wales, UK
The charity is solely dependent upon fund-raising.
Visit our website to find out how you can help by adopting one of our horses, ponies or donkeys.
"To rescue and provide care for and prevent cruelty and suffering among horses and ponies that are in need of attention by reason of sickness, maltreatment, ill usage or other like causes and to provide temporary or permanent homes for such horses and ponies."
Hamlyn's Cottage, Old Exeter Road, Chudleigh, South Devon, England, UK. TQ13 0DX