Animal Aid and Charities
There are many smaller charities and animal aid centres that support animals from all walks of life. Our pet directory of animal charities will help you gain a better knowledge of what they do. The larger ones most people are familiar with, but the smaller ones who are more specialist are sometimes overlooked. To find out more about animal aid and charities click on any of the links below.
We are a web-based Charity, currently finding loving, permanent homes for over 5,000 unwanted and abandoned cats every year from rescue shelters across the UK through our Virtual Cat Shelters
Stray Aid Rescue Kennels
Stray Aid is a registered Charity (1117372) which aims to provide and maintain rescue facilities to care, protect and treat animals which may be lost or abandoned. If you have lost your pet in County Durham area please give us a call or check our website
K9 Search Dogs
K9 Search Dogs are the Uks only charity that trains specialist bloodhounds to track missing pets. Completely run by volunteers, with many years experience of taining tracking bloodhounds, this charity, based in Devon have reunited many dogs with their work
Rescuing dogs from destruction in dog pounds around the country.
Always lovely dogs available - in desperate need of a new home.
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Dogs For The Disabled
Dogs for the Disabled trains dogs to help disabled people live life more independently. Our dogs are trained in practical tasks such as opening and closing doors, helping a person undress, even taking the laundry out of the washing machine.
National Animal Welfare Trust
Founded in 1971 the Trust is now one of the top 10 animal rescue and re-homing charities in England, and runs 5 rescues; re-homing centres across the country. Our centres are located in Watford, Berkshire, Essex, Somerset and Cornwall.
Taverham Kitty Rescue
We are a small cat rescue run exclusively by volunteers; offering assistance to cats in need and to strays in the Norwich area. We neuter, vaccinate and microchip all cats taken in to our care and try to find new homes for as many as we can. We offer advice.
Dogs for Good
Dogs for Good trains dogs to help disabled people live life more independently. Our dogs are trained in practical tasks such as opening and closing doors, helping a person undress, even taking the laundry out of the washing machine.
Rescue Aid For Animals
Rescue Aid For Animals is a friendly network of volunteers who have come together to form RAFA. Our aim is to save as many unwanted and at risk animals as possible. We are able to do this by means of fostering, homechecking, transporting, fundraising.
Formed in 1927, Cats Protection (CP) has grown to become the UKs leading feline welfare charity. We now rescue and find new homes for around 60,000 cats and kittens every year, through our network of 29 Adoption Centres and 260 voluntary-run Branches.
Aristocat Rescue Registered Charity No 1098383
Rescue and Rehome Stray, Homeless and Unwanted Cats and Kittens Based in the North East if England. Run by Unpaid Volunteers. Do NOT put healthy Cats or Kittens to sleep.
Pets As Therapy
The value to the people of all ages and abilities who enjoy our services and their families, of what members of Pets As Therapy and their wonderful dogs and cats is ENORMOUS. So donations towards PATs cost DO A GREAT DEAL OF GOOD.
The Donkey Breed Society
The Donkey Breed Society is the British Society for everyone whose love and interest is in the donkey. Founded in 1967, the Donkey Breed Society seeks to encourage a fuller and more active life for those donkeys who are much loved family pets or companion
We are an independent cat rescue and re homing group based in Paignton, with contacts throughout UK. All our cats are vaccinated, neutered, chipped, flea and worm free. We are a no kill facility. We are all volunteers and rely on fund raising and donations.
Dog Breeders Association
The Dog Breeders Association Limited is dedicated to the promotion of dog welfare and responsible dog ownership, via education and by offering services which benefit animal welfare, to breeders and owners alike.
Worthing Cat Welfare Trust
The charity was formed in July 1995 and granted charity status in October 1995.
It consists of a team of experienced and professional carers watched over and supported by a board of trustees.
In this environment we care for abandoned, sick and distressed cats, organising veterinary treatment, neut
Humanimal Trust drives collaboration between vets, doctors and researchers so that all humans and animals benefit from equal and sustainable medical progress but not at the expense of an animal's life. This is One Medicine.