All the latest from our rehoming centres and both their past and present residents.
Bruce overcomes anxiety to become award winning pet
Bruce, a black lurcher, arrived at NAWT Berkshire from the pound in February 2019. At first he came across as a fairly relaxed boy with no worries. But then something changed...
Big smiles all around for families of Katie and her purrfect kittens
Katie arrived in the care of the NAWT Clacton team with her kitten from the previous litter. She was heavily pregnant again already, so the animal carers made sure she felt as safe and comfortable as possible, ready to give birth safely.
William the beautiful boxer
Pictured is William a beautiful boxer who was approximately three and a half years old when he was found as a stray and brought into the centre.
Thinking about adopting a senior dog? Read Blue's Story.
Many of the dogs that come into our care here at the NAWT are more senior in their years and it can put off some prospective owners. Thankfully, this wasn’t the case for Jessica who adopted 9 year old staffie Blue from our Hertfordshire centre in 2016.
Badger and Bam Bam
Badger and Bam Bam (formerly Crumpet and Waffle) came to us in November 2021 because their owners were moving house and couldn't keep them. They're a very sweet pair but like most guinea pigs, they were quite shy when they came to us.
Birdie's Story: Giving a Senior Rabbit a Second Chance
Birdie arrived at NAWT in May 2021 when she was 5 and a half years old. She had been a very much-loved member of the family in her previous home, but sadly her owners were no longer able to look after her, so they brought her to NAWT to find a new home.
''Love, patience and some training made him a very nice calm doggie! I am so pleased to have him and managed to get him out from the shelter in the end! He was there nearly 2.5 years ….''