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Published on 11th November, 2019

Poppy arrived at NAWT in July as a frightened, timid little stray cat after she was found and handed in by a caring member of the local community.

As a stray, we can only estimate Poppy’s age and believe her to be around 5 years old. During her first few weeks at NAWT, Poppy would often hide away at the back of her pen when people approached, very withdrawn and scared.


Published on 8th November, 2019

Emaciated and neglected, Inca arrived at NAWT following a life of maltreatment and hardship.

At 28 years old, Inca was removed from his owner by another rescue charity, when they found him so malnourished that he could barely stand.

Sadly, due to an ongoing court case with his owner and the fact that he wasn’t in a fit state to travel anywhere, Inca could not be responsibly rehomed to a loving family and was therefore destined to live out the rest of his life in rescue.


Published on 22nd October, 2019

If you were wondering which charity to choose for your upcoming fundraising event, have a read of some recent stories from our very own Rachel and James, who took part in long-distance runs to raise money for NAWT in October 2019.

First up was James, who started working for the charity in August this year as Marketing Assistant. He does the local Abbots Langley Tough Ten every year, where runners have to overcome steep hills as part of the 10k distance.


Published on 18th October, 2019

If you love our cause and want to help us raise money to help homeless and abandoned animals, you can take on a challenge in 2020 and make memories that will last a lifetime!

Committed fundraisers make our work possible. People like Karl, who raised over £900 for NAWT by running the Asics London 10k in July 2019, he was delighted to raise money for a cause he is so passionate about.

Running - Karl


Published on 18th July, 2017

Our centre in Berkshire raised almost £3,000 at their summer open day over the weekend!

This money will go directly towards helping the animals in our care.

We invited animal lovers and their four-legged friends to visit us on Saturday, and despite the wet weather, we had a great day!

The hugely popular event took place at the centre in Trindledown Farm, Great Shefford and raised £2,943.63 for the charity.

A dog show, reptile house, beer tent, and even a poo picking competition were among the attractions.


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