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The National Animal Welfare Trust has been in operation for more than 40 years. In addition to its rescue and rehoming work, the Trust is there to offer guidance and advice to pet owners, and occasionally, lend a voice to the domestic pet on its place in modern society.

If the media would like to contact any of our spokespeople then please call our head office on 020 8950 0177 - press option 1. For weekends contact the same number and press option 2.

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You can read all our latest press releases below:

31st March, 2017
Sorry dog lovers - NAWT’s Map My Wee App was an April Fool joke! But in truth our story was inspired by our care for rescue dogs. If our joke made you smile then please spend some real pennies on our animals by donating to our furry friends. Text NAWT33 £5 (or any amount of your choice) to 70070...

8th February, 2017
February 2017National Animal Welfare Trust‘s (NAWT) Open Paw for Cats programme:encourages natural behaviours by feeding little and often from foraging toys instead of bowlsenables cats to enjoy visitor interaction, to help them find new homes quickerteaches cats tricks and skills to help them...

20th October, 2016
Each year UK pet food company, Burns Pet Nutrition offers one animal welfare charity an incredible support package to help them achieve their goals.Burns are delighted to announce that animal rescue and re-homing charity National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) has been chosen as their Charity of the...

8th July, 2016
Embargoed 15 July 2016On the road with your dog - National Animal Welfare Trust Travel Survey With thousands of people expected to take to the roads this summer holiday, animal rescue charity National Animal Welfare Trust is reminding people of their responsibilities when it comes to dog travel...

8th June, 2016
Rescue and rehoming charity National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) is trying to help pets owners avoid buying puppies from unlicensed breeders or puppy farmers with the launch of the NAWT Puppy Pledge.The NAWT Puppy Pledge is designed to be signed by anyone who is interested in animal welfare issues...

16th June, 2015
List of the top ten ‘hot spots’ released to coincide with gritty dogs in hot cars campaign - with Greater London topping the poll.A coalition of animal welfare charities and the police have launched a hard hitting national campaign, warning people of the devastating consequences of leaving dogs in...

12th May, 2015
An online poll conducted by the National Animal Welfare Trust has revealed that the majority of respondents (84%) don't think the changes to the Dangerous Dogs Act are an effective piece of legislation, a year after they were introduced.And despite the heavy promotion of the changes when they were...

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