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The National Animal Welfare Trust has been in operation for 50 years. In addition to its rescue and rehoming work, the Trust is there to offer guidance and advice to pet owners, and occasionally, lend a voice to the domestic pet on its place in modern society.

If the media would like to contact any of our spokespeople then please call our head office on 020 8950 0177 - press option 1. For weekends contact the same number and press option 2.

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You can read all our latest press releases below:

10th February, 2022
This Little Book of Happy Tails is something we created for you to say an enormous THANK YOU. It’s a selection of real-life short stories about just a few of our ex residents whose lives you have transformed with your generosity. We hope these stories help you to see what a huge difference you are...

9th February, 2022
We have seen the video in question and find it disturbing and distressing. As a charity focused on rehoming pets, some of which are affected by cruelty, we condemn this behaviour.  Public figures with large numbers of fans and admirers should be taking the lead by showing love and respect for their...

10th December, 2021

16th July, 2021
Rescue and rehoming charity National Animal Welfare Trust is seeing a surge in interest* from pet owners seeking advice and support for their pets, with queries up 165% compared to the same period before the pandemic started.This rise in requests suggests pet owners’ support needs are evolving, as...

21st June, 2021
Local animal rescue center National Animal Welfare Trust Bedfordshire – also known as HULA – was delighted to receive a hand-drawn portrait of one of their current dogs, Lottie, in the post from 11 yr old Millie.Millie says, “I’ve drawn this picture of Lottie because I really want her to find her...

18th May, 2021
Rescue and rehoming charity National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) has welcomed plans announced by the Government to further protect animals.The Action Plan for Animal Welfare, announced in the Queen’s speech on 11 May 2021 addresses several points that affect the animals being managed by rehoming...

29th April, 2021
Dogs Die in Hot Cars group issue canine lockdown for hot summer days.As lockdown restrictions ease for people, dog owners are being urged to safeguard their pets as the weather heats up this summer.The Dogs Die in Hot Cars coalition group has launched a ‘doggy lockdown’ during heatwaves for our...

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