Charities & Rescue Centres

This section is dedicated to the various animal rehoming centres and animal welfare organisations, to highlight the work that they do, and to promote their ethics.

Many animal charities rely on the goodwill and generosity of the public and some have a sponsorship scheme whereby you sponsor an animal in their care. You pay an annual, or a monthly amount and in return receive an adoption certificate, updates and photos of your ‘pet’. The amount you send each month goes towards that animal’s feed, veterinary bills and general upkeep and care.

Some animal charities adopt a no-kill policy which means that many animals classified as unhomable pets are kept there for the duration of their lives. Many of these animals have been severely abused and have never known the loving touch of kindness until they come into the animal shelter.  

If you know of any organisation or rescue centre that would benefit from being given some publicity, please send details via the contact us link.  

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Title Published Date Author
The Daschund Rescue (US) 29 September 2005 Written by Benny Archuleta
The PDSA 02 September 2016 Written by Pauline
Tri-Lakes Humane Society, Reeds Spring, Missouri 27 July 2013 Written by Carolyn Waterson
Wheelchair-bound rescuer 30 March 2012 Written by Jane DeMartino

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