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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

Marilyn and Mr Bubble
Marilyn, a Lionhead rabbit, arrived at our Hertfordshire centre in a sorry state. The breed is known for their characteristic thick and woolly fur, which requires regular grooming. Sadly, Marilyn hadn’t received the care needed to keep her coat in good condition and her fur was so matted when she...

Peter and Smudge
“I thought you might like to see Peter and Smudge relaxing outside. I rehomed them from NAWT Hertfordshire in March 2015. They have definitely made themselves at home!”

Bruce
Bruce was found as a stray in Falmouth in January in a sorry state, suffering from hair loss, a chronic skin condition and serious injuries to his tail. His tail was so severely infected that part of it needed amputation and he was treated with medicated baths for his skin condition.

Ollie
“Ollie has been with me since Easter weekend. He is a brilliant dog, I cannot put into words how much I love him. My dad is ill and Ollie comes with me to care for him and he knows how to be gentle around dad. He loves farm life and is a credit to Ellie and all the staff at Hayle who made him into...

Hugo
"Four year old Hugo had been at the NAWT centre two times before we took him home in August 2015. He has skin problems (dermatitis) and does not like being around other cats, which stress him out, causing his skin to flare up. We went to see him a few times at the centre in Hayle, he didn't seem...

Seraphina
Through no fault of her own, Serpahina found herself in our care of the National Animal Welfare Trust for the third time in her life in 2015. We’re pleased to say she’s now been rehomed to previous rehomer and NAWT volunteer Yvonne and is doing brilliantly in her new home! 

Jayden
A lovely update on Jayden, rehomed from NAWT Cornwall in November 2013. 

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