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Published on September 08, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Mother and son duo Violet and Waffles were brought to our Hertfordshire centre because their previous owner could no longer care for them.

The pair are fairly shy and would need to go to a home with children older than 10, however both rabbits enjoy handling!

Violet and Waffles are used to living indoors but would like access to an outdoor run in the warmer months so that they have plenty of space to forage and play in the grass.


Published on September 08, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Kaleb is a fun, happy-go-lucky lad with tons of energy! Kaleb likes to be kept busy and is always excited to see you!

Kaleb loves to take part in the agility training, the ‘weaves’ are his favourite, and he will weave in and out of the poles by himself with a little encouragement (usually a tasty treat)!

Kaleb also loves water! He has a lot of fun splashing about in the padding pool, usually accompanied by his favourite toy, the tennis ball!  


Published on September 07, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Tessie is an adorable, intelligent girl who is firm favourite with the staff and volunteers.

Tessie LOVES tennis balls and playing fetch, but there is so much more to her than that – she’s an extremely clever dog. 

This gorgeous girl recently took part in the recent Rescue Dog to Super Dogs training which she excelled at!

The centre staff used her love of tennis balls as an incentive, and then a reward for the good work she did.   


Published on September 07, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Star | 4 months

Pretty girl Star in Cornwall dreams of a lap to sit on!

As soon as a member of staff or volunteer sits down to do train or groom beautiful Star, she will curl up on their lap wanting to go to sleep!

She will make a perfect companion for someone who is at home all-day and looking for company. A very gentle cat, Star would prefer to be the only one in the house where she can get all of the attention.


Published on September 07, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Bessie has been waiting patiently at NAWT for her forever home for over three years. Bessie is around 10 years old, and was brought into our Hertfordshire centre in 2014 as a stray.

After being overlooked by visitors at Hertfordshire, she was transferred to our Berkshire centre, which specialises in homing older animals.

Sadly, she still hasn’t managed to find her perfect match, but we all know she will make a wonderful pet; we just need the right person to come along. 


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