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Published on May 13, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

Please don’t forget about cats like Muffin. Whilst NAWT centres are closed to the public, their vital care must continue. When all this is over, they’ll be here waiting to thank you, and hoping to offer you the friendly companionship that’s been sorely missing from so many lives during this awful time of social distancing.

One year old Bengal, Muffin, would not have survived if she hadn’t arrived at NAWT just before the start of lockdown. This is her story.

Weighing a tiny 1.9kg on her arrival, this beautiful young kitten was at death’s door.

Katie and kittens
Published on April 27, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon


I'm Katie and these littles ones are called Wilbur, Hope, Lottie, Bessie, and you can’t really see him but their brother Dennis is in that first picture with them too. They are my babies.

I arrived at NAWT in early January, when I was five weeks pregnant, because my previous owner could no longer care for me. I brought Kitty with me to NAWT, my six week old kitten from a previous litter, and I was pleased when she very quickly found a new home.

Published on April 16, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

Join the rest of the nation in the 2.6 Challenge and help to save your local NAWT.

Created by an initiative called ‘Save The UK’s Charities’ the 2.6 Challenge calls on people of all ages and abilities to complete an activity based around the numbers 26 or 2.6 on or from 26th April 2020.

Even if you’re not able to get out of your home right now, you can still take part!

Please don't forget us
Published on April 14, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

As the national lockdown continues this week, the teams at your local NAWT are hoping to keep you entertained with the following virtual events:

NAWT Clacton

NAWT Clacton will be reaching out to their young supporters this week as they launch their 'Rescue Me' story and poem competition for 5 to 13 year olds. Inspired by Radio 2's 500 word competition, the centre is asking children to get their imaginations working and to come up with a story or poem about a rescue animal and the importance of giving them a second chance.

Keep in touch
Published on April 06, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

As we enter week three of lockdown at NAWT, the teams in our rehoming centres are hard at work not just keeping things fun and interesting for the animals, but also trying to create exciting and inventive ways to keep in touch with you, our wonderful supporters!

So here’s the 2nd instalment of your weekly roundup, keeping you updated on all the ways you can stay in touch with your local NAWT and join in the virtual fun.

NAWT Cornwall

The team in Hayle are hosting an online fancy dress party!


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