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/ All Dogs Matter’s Christmas Gift 2015

On the 3rd December, we continued our Christmas Giveaway by visiting All Dogs Matter in London with a very special gift and a celebrity guest… We met with the charity’s patron, actress and TV presenter Michelle Collins, and her dog Humphrey. Michelle helped us to present a Christmas cheque for £10,000 to executive manager Ira … Continued

/ Who are Le Coeur Rabbit Rescue?

Recognised by The Rabbit Welfare Association and members of the British Rabbit Council. Le Coeur Rabbit Rescue successfully re-home between 140 and 160 rabbits per year. They have premises regularly inspected and welcome visitors by appointment. Animal Friends have donated to Le Coeur Rabbit Rescue to aid with the care they provide. They have an … Continued

/ Who are Labrador Welfare?

Labrador Welfare is a breed specific charity that rescues, carers for and rehomes the Labrador Retriever breed. The dogs are cared for in boarding kennels with hard working volunteers who help to groom the dogs, ensure each dog integrates with other dogs and be on-hand to provide any medical care. The charity finds that the … Continued

/ Who are K9 Focus?

K9 focus‘ sole focus is to rescue unwanted and abandoned dogs. Also aiming to increase public awareness of the plight of many dogs which are simply dumped in pounds and have 7 days before they are killed. K9 focus is run entirely by volunteers who give their valuable time freely and without whom many dogs … Continued

/ Who are K9 Crusaders

K9 Crusaders is a dog rescue and rehoming charity. Based in Cornwall they aid with behaviour, and health of all the rescued dogs, mainly from pounds. They offer advice and ensure that all the dogs go to the best possible home for their needs. With a strict non destruction policy the charity ensures that the … Continued

/ Who are Jane Goodall Institute?

Jane Goodall Jane Goodall is one of the world’s most famous conservationists and scientists studying wild chimpanzees and revolutionised how we think about both chimpanzees and ourselves. The institute aims to make a difference for all living things through conservation, research and education. Through Community Centred Conservation, Primate Care and Research and Environmental and Humanitarian … Continued

/ Who are IWCT?

IWCT have a permanent rescue centre for the dogs, who have been rescued from some appalling conditions and trades. A full and determined adoption program is working very well and where healthy dogs are not adopted, they are not being put down, but are living their natural life span in the most wonderful way they … Continued

/ Who are The International Otter Survival Fund?

The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) has been running for over 20 years. They have been set up to conduct scientific research into otters and the environmental factors that affect the around the world, and they are the only UK charity solely dedicated to the care and conservation of otters. Although, as a whole, the … Continued

/ Who are Horse World?

Horse World began by campaigning to save the lives of working horses, ponies and donkeys around the time that motor vehicles were becoming popular to use instead, helping these horses retire rather than being destroyed. 60 years on, the charity continues to work by rescuing, rehabilitating and re-home abandoned, neglected and mistreated horses. Horse World … Continued

/ Who are The Hopefield Animal Sanctuary?

Hopefield Animal Sanctuary has been running for 30 years, caring for 350 animals each day. Horses and ponies, rabbits, cats, dogs and a large number of farm animals in their care from various backgrounds. Each of these animals is given the best care possible and many live at the sanctuary for the rest of their … Continued

/ Who are Hope Rescue?

Established in 2005 and acting as a coordinating rescue, Hope Rescue‘s work involves moving dogs from situations where they’ll otherwise be put to sleep. The majority of the dogs that Hope Rescue has to save are those that have been taken in by local council pounds around the area of South Wales, and of course, … Continued

/ Who are Home Counties Boxer Welfare?

The Home counties Boxer Welfare aim to rehome those boxers who, through no fault of their own, have to find a new family. They also try to help with general advice on the Boxer breed and any problems which may arise. Their work consists of booking in and vetting homes available, taking details of dogs … Continued

/ Who are Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary?

Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary is a local independent charity that rescues and rehomes unwanted, abandoned and often mistreated cats and dogs. They rescue and rehome over 800 cats and dogs a year, ensuring that they all go on to find excellent homes. Every animal receives the highest in standards of care whilst staying at the … Continued

/ Who are The Hillside Animal Sanctuary?

Hillside Animal Sanctuary was created after witnessing the plight of the battery hen and has since helped and campaigned for animals in need, particularly those who are so routinely abused in the intensive factory farming industry. Hillside is now home to over 1000 animals and is one of the UK’s most successful campaigning organisations for … Continued

/ Who are Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Trust?

Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Trust strives to save, rehabilitate and release animals that have been injured. The charity has a brilliant centre where most of the care takes place; facilities include a surgery with x-ray equipment, a hospital with an indoor swimming pool that can hold seals or swans, over 60 outdoor aviaries, pens and enclosures, … Continued

/ Who are Help in Suffering?

HIS Help In Suffering is a registered Indian charitable trust working for the benefit of the animals of India. Help in Suffering was founded in l980, on two acres of land in south Jaipur and has grown into a large animal welfare organisation with a number of projects based in the compound. A new specialised … Continued

/ Who are Hedgehog Bottom?

Hedgehog Bottom rescue sick, injured or orphaned hedgehogs, dealing with many problems on site but taking to vets or specialists if in need for example broken legs on the hedgehogs. As well as caring for the 20 plus hedgehogs at the centre they also provide foster carers for some of the healthy hedgehogs that just … Continued

/ Who are Heatons Cat Rescue Group?

Heatons Cat Rescue Group takes in unwanted/abandoned animals, feeds and cares for them, arranges veterinary treatment for them and then looks to rehome them with responsible caring people. They have less of an emphasis on the age of an animal or the cost of its treatment when deciding which animal should be rescued. If the … Continued