We’re thrilled to announce that we are giving away a pair of tickets to Crufts 2018 to TWO lucky winners. To be in with a chance of winning the tickets, simply like and share our FACEBOOK post launching the competition.
The tickets can be used on any day but are one day only tickets.
Terms & Conditions:
1. The promoter of this prize draw is National Animal Welfare Trust, registered charity number 1090499 and company number 4251503, of Tyler’s Way, Watford WD25 8WT (“the Charity”).
Adorable bunny pair Violet and Waffles are a mother and son duo looking for a home in the Hertfordshire area.
As these two fluffies are both naturally quite shy, they’re dependent upon each other for company. In the wild, rabbits live in big groups and cope better with same species company.
Animal care supervisor at our Watford centre, Yasmin said: “Rabbits are sociable animals and will live a healthier, happier and longer life in the company of other rabbits.
Two-year-old Angel has always had her older ‘brother’ to depend on. She’s a fairly nervous Shih Tzu, but Charlie the King Charles has always had her back and made sure she’s safe!
The bond between this pair is strong because Angel has never known life without Charlie, and we don’t think she imagine my life without him either!
Animal care assistant Stacey said: “Angel is a little girl with a big personality she has a real cheeky side and I loves playing with toys.
Inseparable feline pair Sunny and Elliot have a unique male dynamic and adore each other.
Although cats usually bond with their direct family and Elliot and Sunny are not related, they still have an extraordinary amount of love for each other.
Seven-year-old Elliot, the short haired tabby cat, and Sunny the Siamese cross are the best of friends and have lived together for a long time.
The delightful double act are now keeping their paws firmly crossed that their special someone is out there somewhere.
Launching: Today we're launching our Fur-ever Friends campaign to try find the perfect match for our homeless pairs!
Is there anything quite like love?
Throughout this week we’ll be sharing stories with you about fur-ever friends across our centres, who are looking for loving homes together!