We are passionate about the welfare of dogs and cats, and our work is inspired by the needs of, and our love for animals.
We have been working tirelessly to provide shelter for animals for 150 years plus. We are one of the oldest animal charities in the world and the knowledge and experience we have gained has made us credible leaders in our field.
Our aim is to provide specially trained assistance dogs to injured and disabled servicemen and women of both the UK Armed Forces and Emergency Services. We aim to give help and practical support leading to a better quality of life.
A Wildlife Hospital started in 1993 which today, receives and treats over 1000 foxes per year which includes 250 fox cubs.
How does adopting a donkey help? Your adoption of £24 will last 1 year and the money we receive helps us fund the ongoing welfare of donkeys here in the UK and overseas. For this you will receive our new adoption pack which includes a frame and photographic portrait of your chosen donkey with a certificate for you to display.
The aims of Animal Samaritans are to rescue, provide care and shelter for unwanted, abandoned, neglected or ill-treated animals and to provide new homes for them wherever possible. To assist owners of pets to meet veterinary fees where owners are unable to meet such fees themselves.
The AWF was founded with a generous legacy from Colleen Macleod to improve the welfare of all animals through veterinary science, education and debate. It was set up by vets who, concerned about a whole raft of issues concerning animal welfare, had a vision of how they could alleviate unnecessary pain and suffering in all animals including farm animals, wild animals and pets. Our aim is for all animals to have good physical health and mental wellbeing.
To conserve bats we need to establish the size of current bat populations, working out which bats are where and how they are responding to the threats and pressures they face. BCT’s network of volunteers and the general public monitor bats for national and international programmes. By monitoring them we can discover the factors that are important for their survival. We can identfiy which species need action now, what areas are important for bats and what threats bats face. Ultimately our monitoring programmes give us, and governments, the information needed to make bat conservation a success.