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Published on October 02, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

Do the staff want to take all the animals home?

Stacey from NAWT Herfordshire said: “We would love to take all the animals home if that was realistically possible, but unfortunately we have to think of our own animals first and whether we could offer a home to fit the animal’s needs. Instead we do all that we can to find an animal the best match for them, to people who could offer the animal more than we could.”

Will you be there to help me if I need it after I have rehomed a pet?


Published on October 02, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

Among staff, there’s no better feeling than when we see one of our long term residents find their perfect forever home. Sure, they become part of the furniture and we can become very attached to them, but it is so very rewarding when someone comes along and gives them the chance they deserve. So imagine how fantastic we’re feeling having waved goodbye to four of our longest residents at our Clacton cattery!


Published on October 02, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

Both times I have experienced rehoming an animal from NAWT, the perfect pet found me. 

The first rescue I rehomed was a gorgeous older staffie called Jack. I got the chance to get to know him well before rehoming him, having worked at the Berkshire centre as an Animal Care Assistant.


Published on September 26, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the reception of an animal welfare charity?

Wonder no more! We’re here to tell you exactly what the daily duties are for a receptionist here at NAWT.

Organising, planning and regime are key to running a successful reception – Jane has worked with us for seven years and has things ‘just so’.

But it’s much more than paper work, the Watford receptionists are part of the re-homing process from start to finish, and have all been involved in sad stories.


Published on September 25, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Every now and again someone connected with the media takes the decision  to re-home a pet from an animal charity.

Like many people, their expectation is that with so many animals needing homes, rescue centres will be falling over themselves to thrust a lead or cat basket in their hand. However the reality proves somewhat different as they discover there are procedures to follow to a greater or lesser extent so they put pen to paper.


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