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Published on February 02, 2018 by Beth Pearson

Sidney the Saluki is at our Clacton centre, and it is clear people haven't always been kind to him. Sadly an air gun pellet was found in his leg when he was checked over by a vet. 

Because he came into the centre as a stray, the staff don’t have lots of information about his history – but they do know he’s a lovely boy with a very goofy side!

Although he can be timid to start with, Sid is very affectionate and will try his best to get the best cuddle possible.


Published on January 30, 2018 by Beth Pearson

Join us to celebrate Valentine's Day, meet your perfect match and let love in!

These sweet NAWT residents are on the look-out for love, could you take someone home?

Zak | 5 | Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Where: Somerset

Likes: Travelling, going on adventures, cuddles

Dislikes: Too much coming and going, loud noises


Published on January 30, 2018 by Beth Pearson

Why volunteer for your local NAWT branch?

Angie has been volunteering at our Hertfordshire branch for almost four years - and she is worth her weight in gold.

As a cat life enricher, Angie visits our cattery once a week to help socialise the homeless cats in our care. And although our permanent staff take time to ensure all our residents are cared for, volunteer enrichers help give them extra training, attention, grooming and general socialising. 


Published on January 23, 2018 by Beth Pearson

This week marks the one year anniversary since six-year-old Boxer cross Buddy came into our care.

This gorgeous boy is at our Clacton centre and he deserves to be in a loving home to call his own.

Buddy is a true gentleman, a laid-back, mature boy who loves to just chill out with you. He’s past his crazy puppyhood and he isn’t hyperactive or demanding.


Published on January 15, 2018 by Beth Pearson

Before ending up at our Buckinghamshire (HULA) centre, George had a hard life.

He escaped death twice after he ended up at the vets to be put to sleep. He is super lucky, and we're determined to find his forever home.

Unfortunately the first time was due to not getting on with the child in the household, he was lucky enough for someone to take him on.

The second time was due to him not getting on with the new kitten brought into his home. Instead the vet worked hard to find him a rescue space to take him, so he could find a home he deserves.


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