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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.

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Bertie and Harris
Ebeneezer and Harris were two cats rehomed from our Hertfordshire centre after a lengthy stay with NAWT. They have now been joined by Bertie from NAWT Clacton and here is an update from their new owner, Martin and Lindsey Joyce.

Abba and Kabe
14 year old Abba and 13 year old Kabe came in to the care of our Berkshire centre within 5 days of one another and despite initial health setbacks for both of them, it wasn’t long after they were available for homing that they were spotted by their potential new owners. Read more of their story...

Maddy was rehomed from NAWT during July 2014. After finding life in kennels very stressful Maddy soon settled in to her new home. Read an update from her owners here.

Alfie and his new toy
Alfie was rehomed from NAWT's Somerset rehoming centre in May 2014 and settled in to his new home straight away. Here's an update from his owners, Judy and Svend.

Collie cross lurcher Vienna was rehomed from NAWT in 2001. Read her owners update here.

Ebony & Harris
Ebony and Harris were two long-term residents at NAWT’s Hertfordshire centre. After spending many years in the care of the Trust waiting for the right owners to come along, they finally went home in March 2014 with long term supporters Martin and Lindsey Joyce.

Harry the Terrier cross didn’t spend long at our Hertfordshire centre before being rehomed by Eastenders star Luisa Bradshaw-White.