We regret that due to the coronavirus outbreak, NAWT centres will remain closed to visitors until further notice.
However, we are able to recommence rehoming under strict guidelines which are based on the Government’s current social distancing and our sector’s infection control guidance.
If you are interested in rehoming any of our animals, please contact the rehoming centre directly by phone or email.
Please be aware that there may be a delay in the centre responding to you as we are working with reduced staffing during this difficult period.
Three month old American Bull Dog, Sully, arrived at NAWT at the start of April.
A little unique, Sully has been diagnosed as completely deaf. With very young children visiting the house, and no previous experience of managing the training of a puppy with Sully’s extra care needs, his original family made the responsible decision to ask for NAWTs help finding him the perfect home.
Lovely mature ladies Ella and Etta were devastated to find themselves homeless when their loving owner sadly lost her life to the awful Coronavirus in early April.
One year old Bengal, Muffin, would not have survived if she hadn’t arrived at NAWT just before the start of lockdown. This is her story.
Weighing a tiny 1.9kg on her arrival, this beautiful young kitten was at death’s door.
I'm Katie and these littles ones are called Wilbur, Hope, Lottie, Bessie, and you can’t really see him but their brother Dennis is in that first picture with them too. They are my babies.
I arrived at NAWT in early January, when I was five weeks pregnant, because my previous owner could no longer care for me. I brought Kitty with me to NAWT, my six week old kitten from a previous litter, and I was pleased when she very quickly found a new home.