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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

Twinkie and Dinky arrived at our Hertfordshire centre last month.They were extremely frightened and nervous, but now they have come out of their shell and look so happy in their new home!Formally Hail and Storm, Twinkie and Dinky have settled into home life!

Not only did gorgeous ginger and white cat Winston find his forever home earlier this month, he's now got his very own Instagram page!New purr-fect owners Laura and Josh opened Winston his very own page to share his rescue story, (and also because he's particularly beautiful).Despite struggling in...

Becca re-homed her beautiful cat Chelsea almost five years ago – and she’s thrilled she chose a rescue cat.“Chelsea must be around 10 now. She has relaxed, and she has become ever so loving over the years,” Becca explains.“I have seen her come from being shy and scared to being bold and craving...

Some of you may remember gorgeous black and white cat Tinker - who was born at our Clacton centre over two years ago.His mum came in as a pregnant stray in 2015, and gave birth to a litter of healthy kittens. Once they were old enough to be without their mum, the majority of the kittens were soon...

Lovely two-year-old rabbits Georgie and Popcorn were handed over to our Hertfordshire centre after their former owner had a new baby, and sadly could no longer look after them.This gorgeous pair were in NAWT care for over a year, but found their forever home together at the start of September with...

Tri-pawed Lola was taken to her forever home three years ago, and co-owner Sally has never looked back!Lola was taken to the Somerset centre after she was mauled by her previous owners dog, which is how she sadly lost her leg, Lola was rehabilitated and then put up for rehoming.“Lola is really...

After nine years at the National Animal Welfare Trust, a sweet lurcher has finally been taken home.Mole arrived at the NAWT Cornwall centre when he was a six-month-old puppy, in need of a loving family. Sadly for the next nine years, he waited.The beautiful black dog has spent almost his entire...

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