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Published on March 30, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

In line with government guidelines, every NAWT centre has had to cancel all fundraising events until further notice. This means they have lost a vital source of income at a time when they need the funding more than ever. On top of this they are each losing important touchpoints with their local community, with the centres having to close their gates to all visitors, and animal rehoming work being halted.

At difficult times like this, the strength of our community spirit is more important than ever.


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Published on March 24, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

24th March 2020

 

We regret that following the latest government announcement, which effectively puts the country on lockdown, we now have to cease all our rehoming work, which will also severely restrict our intake capacity. All of this will have an impact on NAWT financially, but we will do our best to keep going and continue to care for the animals who depend on us.


Published on March 19, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

The Coronavirus outbreak has thrown everyone’s world into a spin and during frightening and uncertain times like these, many of us are left with questions about our dependents and how we continue to care for them.

Most of us have emergency care plans in place for children and other human dependents, should we be taken ill. However, we don’t always remember to extend that precaution to our pets.

Pets are an important part of all our families, so NAWTs ‘Tails of the Unexpected’ care pack is designed to help you put an emergency care plan in place for your pets.


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Published on March 18, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

18th March 2020

Centres and Shops

We are living in very uncertain times right now, and are monitoring the situation and reviewing our policies on a daily basis.

For the time being, our NAWT centres remain open for intake, rehoming and donations. All our centres operate an appointments only policy for intake, and as rehomings are likely to slow down, we will be limited in the number of animals we can take in, so will be considering emergency cases as a priority.


Coco and Amy
Published on March 11, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

The rising cost of living shouldn't leave a homeless and terrified little dog like Coco without the chance to learn how to trust in people, but crippling costs have already led to the closure of one NAWT centre. Please stand with us to save your local NAWT for animals like Coco. We can't do it without you.

Frightened and reactive to people and the other dogs he lived with, little Coco found himself in rescue at 7 years old.


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