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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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Kimble and Snuggles were rehomed from NAWT in 1997 and thanks to their owners' care and patience, transformed from fearful to loving lap cats. 

Rudy and Misty
"We adopted our two gorgeous cats Rudy and Misty from your Somerset centre in August 2014.Both cats are doing great! They are both lovely- Misty likes her cuddles and Rudy likes his independence. Misty's decided it's a bit too cold for her outside and likes to play house cat most of the time. But...

Lucy was in the care of NAWT Somerset for several months before finally finding a new home with Linda and Nigel Broom, who couldn't be happier with the newest addition to their houeshold. 

Border Collie Sky was rehomed from our Hertfordshire centre during June 2014 to start a new life in Devon. He is thriving in his new home with plenty of Collie companions. 

Jo Jo
Ex-racing Greyhound Jo Jo was rehomed from our Hertfordshire centre. Read an update from his new owners here. 

Crossbreed Teddy was rehomed from our Hertfordshire centre during April 2014 and his owners, Lizzie and Frank, recently sent us an update on his progress.  ‘Teddy is a very happy and a loving boy and we feel very lucky to have him in our family.

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.