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Success Stories

Ask anyone who works or volunteers at the National Animal Welfare Trust and they will tell you the best part is when an animal in need leaves one of our centres to enjoy a new life in a loving home.

You can read some of our stories here and if you feel inspired to help us in our work, then there are many ways you can help.


Have a success story you would like to share? 

Email an update and photos of an animal you've rehomed from NAWT to headoffice@nawt.org.uk

Dog - Lexi
Lexi arrived at our Watford centre because she wasn’t getting along with the other dog in the home, but during her time at the centre, staff slowly worked on her confidence around other dogs.Lexi is a huge people dog and loves nothing more than cuddling with her favourite people!The day Lexi went...

Cat - Gizmo
Gizmo, a handsome 5-year-old kitty came to NAWT because, like many of our animals, his owners were unable to care for him any longer due to a change in their circumstances.Once someone gave Gizmo the chance to get to know him, they found him to be an affectionate cat who enjoyed a bit of fuss and...

Cat - Gael
Gael spent over 2 and a half years at our Watford centre waiting for the perfect home, she wanted to be the only pet in a home with adults or families with children aged 14 and over.She waited patiently, chatting to all who came to visit her until finally, her new family came to take her home!After...

Dog - Sydney
Lurcher Popcorn arrived at our Watford centre following a particularly harrowing experience, when he and another dog were cruelly thrown from the back of a moving van on a busy road.Police attended the scene to find both dogs in a terrible state, filthy and underweight with sores all over their...

Dog - Kaleb
After spending three years with the National Animal Welfare Trust, loveable lurcher Kaleb finally found his happily ever after.Kaleb arrived at our Watford Centre at the beginning of March 2016 as an unloved stray. We didn't have any of his history, but our staff found him to be a happy and...

Ellie, an exceedingly shy and scared tortoiseshell, spent most of her day hiding away from the noise and visitors at our Watford centre, sometimes hissing at people who visited her.Although, at first glance, she didn’t seem like a friendly and cuddly cat, that didn’t stop her from finding a loving...

Dog - Honey
Honey is a sweet terrier who came to our Watford Centre as an unloved stray, which our staff couldn't understand because she was so sweet and friendly!This little lady spent over a month with us before she found her loving new forever home, and she settled in very well.We received an update from...

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