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Published on November 14, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Dynamic feline duo Tibbles and Phantom arrived at our Clacton centre after their owner sadly passed away.

Four-year-old Tibbles is a white British shorthair cross and Phantom, 9, is a snowshoe. This pair love each other a lot, and must stay together.

Animal care assistant Stacey said: "Tibbles and Phantom came to us after their owner sadly died, but were clearly very loved cats. They came in with lots of lovely belongings and were clearly pampered princesses!"

Published on November 14, 2017 by Beth Pearson
It isn’t surprising that a senior cat has needs that are different than those of a young cat, but how do you know when your cat has reached their ‘senior’ years?
Generally, cats over seven should be considered seniors and their needs will usually change from this age. 
Arthritis and dental diseases are the most common issues within older cats, and it’s important that as a responsible pet owner, you prepare for your pet’s change in needs.
Here are some of our tips to help your senior cat:

Published on November 13, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Beautiful Nova is just seven-weeks-old. A gorgeous, fluffy bundle of joy that could melt your heart, first glance suggests she’s just like every other puppy with a queue of people waiting to take her home.

Sadly, Nova isn’t like every other puppy. Nova has a story to tell, a complicated history already created from just a short little life so far. 

Published on November 10, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Find out what's going on at your local centre over the next few months, and support our animals over the festive period!


Our centre in Tyler's Way, Watford is hosting a Christmas Bazaar and Dog Show event at the start of December!

Join the staff and enjoy exclusive stalls, crafts, visit th shop, and a bit of competition! A fun day out for all the family. 

WHEN: December 3rd, 11am-3pm

WHERE: National Animal Welfare Trust, Tylers Way, Watford By Pass, Watford, Herts, WD25 8W

Published on November 09, 2017 by Beth Pearson

We're thrilled that 10-year-old Bessie has finally found her forever home.

This beautiful girl first arrived at our Watford centre in 2014, but after being overlooked for some time, was moved to our Berkshire centre in a bid to get her rehomed.

Bessie was amazingly popular among staff and despite her past, she remained loving and affectionte. 

Being a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Bessie is extremely clever and learnt lots of new things at her time with NAWT through our Open Paw training, but despite this, she remained overlooked.


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