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Published on May 13, 2022 by Lucy Hayne

Did you know that NAWT are operating a Home Direct Scheme to help pets and their owners even further? This means if you need to rehome your dog or cat, it can be done without the animal having to come into one of our rehoming centres. This service is suitable for animals that are not in a welfare compromised situation. For example, an owner might be moving abroad in a few weeks or months or simply wish to keep their pet with them until they can be rehomed.


Published on May 06, 2022 by Lucy Hayne

Meet Good Boy Ollie!

The National Animal Welfare Trust in Berkshire had the pleasure of welcoming Tik Tok star, Good Boy Ollie, into its centre last Friday for a very exciting visit.

Ollie, a 7-year-old chocolate Labrador, was joined by his owner Alex, 22, who has managed to rack up over 3 million followers from across the globe on Tik Tok. It is impossible to not fall in love with Ollie when he shows off his incredible intelligence and amazing booty balancing skills, as well as showcasing his many tricks, talents and paw-some accessories and toys.


Easter Activity Pack
Published on April 11, 2022 by Alex Spurgeon

Struggling for ideas to help you keep the kids entertained this Easter? We have you covered. We have created a pawsome bit of fun to occupy the little ones come rain or shine.

Download a copy of our Easter Kids Activity Pack to help them learn plenty of cool and important things, such as how to make sure their pets and other animals are kept safe.

The pack features a bunch of fun activities, including a maze, colouring in, spot the difference, a word search, quizzes and more.


Birdie the Rabbit
Published on April 07, 2022 by Alex Spurgeon

First Impressions:

Birdie arrived at NAWT in May 2021 when she was 5 and a half years old. She had been a very much-loved member of the family in her previous home, but sadly her owners were no longer able to look after her, so they brought her to NAWT to find a new home.


Gerald the Guinea Pig
Published on March 21, 2022 by Alex Spurgeon
We were not informed of any previous medical history when Gerald arrived in our care (along with his female friends Peggy and Edith) but it was clear to see that his eyes weren’t quite right, and we noticed he would often bump into things within his enclosure.

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