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Published on November 26, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

All this week is Double Donations Week here at the NAWT as we look to raise funds for an exciting new project in 2022.  The Pet Care in the Community project will see us coordinating volunteer-led support for pet owners needing some help caring for their beloved companion at home; preventing the need for them to relinquish their pet to us for rehoming.


Published on November 01, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

Between Tuesday 30th November and Monday 6th December, it's Double Donations Week here at the NAWT and that means your donation is worth double.  For example, if you donate £5 it will be worth £10 to us at no extra cost to you.

Thanks to our generous supporters and a pledge promise from PetPlan Charitable Trust, we have a total Pledge Pot of £25,000. You can help us unlock this pot by donating in Double Donations Week so that we can raise the £50,000 to launch an exciting new project.


Published on October 28, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

For the past 50 years animal welfare and improving the lives of homeless animals that come into our care, have been a top priority at NAWT. COVID-19 has presented us all with many challenges but now that restrictions have been lifted and we are returning to a new normal, the pandemic has left a very worrying problem in its wake – serious behavioural problems in dogs and other animals.


Published on October 13, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

Picture the scene.  A normal weekday morning.  Everybody in the house is up, ready for school / ready for work / ready for the day.  The family heads out and as they leave, release their beloved family dog out of the door, ready to roam the streets for the day with other like-minded pet pooches, returning for their dinner in the evening…..


Published on October 13, 2021 by Andriana Georgiou

For the past 50 years animal welfare and improving the lives of homeless animals that come into our care, have been a top priority at NAWT. COVID-19 has presented us all with many challenges but now that restrictions have been lifted and we are all returning to a new normal, the pandemic has left a very worrying problem in its wake – serious behavioural problems in dogs and other animals.


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