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 Animal Health Trust aims to be pre-eminent in the understanding of diseases in animals through scientific endeavour and its application to their welfare. Our approach is to develop new technology and knowledge for the better diagnosis, prevention and cure of disease; to provide a clinical referral service for veterinary surgeons in practice; to promote postgraduate education. We have referral clinics for horses, dogs and cats. We offer diagnostic services to vets and DNA testing to assist dog breeders.
Our researchers and clinicians look for ways to diagnose problems, prevent them and, where we can, cure them. We share our knowledge internationally to benefit horses, dogs and cats all around the world. Where does the money go? All funds we raise through our services, go straight back into developing new diagnostic tests, treatments and vaccines to help thousands more animals. Nearly all horses, dogs and cats in the UK will have benefited from our work – that includes your pets and those of your family and friends.
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.
Birdline Parrot-Rescue was founded in 1992, initially to rescue and care for birds in the Warwickshire area. Expansion soon became an urgent necessity, resulting in recruiting various people who specialised in all species of birds from Finches to Macaws.
In the past years, Birdline has helped over 1500 birds to find new homes, Over the last year Birdline has had over 1,000,000 visits to their main web site, taken over 30,000 telephone calls for help and advice, and aided countless birds and pets that owners cannot look after, either on a short or long term basis.
A home that accepts lost and stray dogs from central Birmingham and surrounding districts. We attempt to re-house them into loving and caring homes. All the adult dogs are inoculated, all the puppies are also wormed, and we offer 21 days free veterinary treatment from the date of purchase.
We are open Monday to Saturday, 11am – 4.45pm, for the sale of dogs we have kennels where dogs can be boarded whilst their owners are on holiday. We also board cats and dogs belonging to senior citizens who are in care, under the auspices of Social Services. Legacies, covenants, donations and corporate support greatly appreciated.
We have been dedicated to the health and happiness of pets since 1897. Abandoned or unwanted, ill or injured – we do what’s needed to give every pet a healthy life in a happy home. We’re a charity, so the more help you give us, the more help we can give pets.
From small beginnings, the Born Free Foundation has grown into a global force for wildlife. But a personal passion for wild animals and desire for positive change remain at our heart. Described by The Times as ‘Big enough to make a difference, but small enough to care,’ Born Free is not a big anonymous organisation, but a group of people who share the same goals and dreams for our natural wildlife.. Our work to prevent individual animal suffering, protect threatened species and keep wildlife in the wild sets us apart from the rest.
Bransby Horses is dedicated to improving the lives of horses, donkeys and mules. With your support, we are working harder than ever to continue making positive differences to equines whenever we can. Founded in 1968 by Mr Peter Hunt, Bransby Horses is now one of the UK’s largest equine welfare charities, currently caring for more than 400 animals.