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Zen NAWT Dog
Published on December 28, 2018 by Alex Spurgeon

Loveable chap Zen has been a resident at NAWT now for almost three years. He has spent three Christmas Day's at NAWT, enjoying a scrummy Christmas dinner and playtime with his friends and the NAWT family. But with every New Year comes new hope for the future, so we thought we’d share with you 19 of Zen’s wishes for 2019. How do we know what they are? Well because he told us of course!

Zen’s 2019 wish list:

18 things we're thankful for
Published on December 28, 2018 by Alex Spurgeon

As another eventful year comes to a close, we’re reflecting on the 18 things of 2018 that we’re most thankful for.

Published on December 20, 2018 by Beth Pearson
2018 was a huge year for NAWT, and thanks to your support and generosity it was one of our most successful to date. You’ve helped us achieve so many things throughout the last 12 months, but here are our honourable mentions.
1. Clyde found his forever home
Clyde was found terrified and alone.

Published on December 18, 2018 by Beth Pearson

A former NAWT cat that was left clinging to life after being shot in the mouth has been crowned the PDSA’s Pet Survivor of the Year. 

Poor Dexter needed emergency surgery after he suffered a broken jaw, a hole in his palette and a severed tongue earlier this year.

Despite his injuries, Dexter managed to drag himself home to Illogan but remained poorly for many weeks.

Owner Ruth Lewis was heartbroken to find Dexter bleeding and struggling to breathe after the attack in July.

Published on December 17, 2018 by Beth Pearson

It’s not just people we miss at Christmas, pets are a large part of our lives, and very much become part of our family and they can leave a big space when they are no longer there. 

The loss of a pet affects everyone differently. If you have lost a pet, and would like someone to speak to, we are here. 

At NAWT we understand that the loss of a pet, whether they've been rehomed, lost, stolen, or sadly passed away, can be extremely difficult. 


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