Support a Pet Charity as Shown in this Blog

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Support a Pet Charity as Shown in this Blog

Support a Pet Charity as Shown in this Blog which supports many others.

Support Adoption For Pets is pleased to support over 650 re-homing & rescue centres across the United Kingdom every year. As a pet adoption charity, we have a single passionate goal to help unwanted or abandoned animals have a second chance at happiness in a loving new home.

We offer our charity’s support to these rescues in a variety of different ways; through our charity partnering scheme, damaged stock scheme, grant application scheme & giving rescue centres the option to upload their details to our rescue directory & spotlight the pets in their care looking for a new home.

You can also find out more about our various animal fundraising events that we put on throughout the year, and how you can get involved and raise money for our worthy cause. Support a pet charity please.

About Us
Support Adoption For Pets is a registered charity based in the North West of England, near Manchester Lancashire.

We exist to help give abandoned and homeless small animals, a second chance at happiness.

Every year, thousands of pets end up with no home through no fault of their own and this is where we step in. We provide a safe haven for rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rats, chinchillas and in some cases, reptiles until a new home can be found.

In addition to our 372 pet rehoming centres, we are also the UK’s number one grant giving animal charity. Since we were established in 2006, we have supported over 1,000 animal charities across the UK and Northern Ireland.

Like us, most rescues are completely reliant on donations and public support to help provide sanctuary for the pets in their care. It is our mission, with the public’s generous help to continue to care for the pets that find themselves in our adoption centres and to also provide a financial lifeline to rehoming centres to help them secure their future and allow them to continue with their vital work.

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