RESCUE: ALPHABETICAL

RESCUE:  ALPHABETICAL ORDER

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  • All Creatures Great and Small Animal Sanctuary – all sorts apparently! www.allcreaturesgreatandsmall.org.uk Church Farm, Llanfrechfa, Cwmbran, Gwent, NP44 8AD Tel: 01633 866 144
  • Alternative Sanctuary You name it, they’ve got it! Find them at Windmill Road, Pepperstock, Luton, Beds, LU1 4LQ
  • American Tortoise Rescue: http://www.tortoise.com/
  • Animal Rescue Advisory Service (ARAS) Clapham. 01234 356612
  • The Animal Rescue Society – sponsored by the Humane Society of the US, this site focuses on providing food for the 27 million animals in shelters over the US http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com/
  • Animals at Risk Shelter Luton, Beds. 01582 728853
  • Animals in Distress – looks after and rehomes domestic animals http://www.animalsindistress.org.uk (Torbay and West Country) Registered Charity No. 900234
  • Animals in Distress – international directory of sites http://www.animals-in-distress.net
  • Anim-Mates (Teresa Bloomfield) 80, Pitfold Road, Lee, London SE12 9HY. www.anim-mates.org.uk Takes cats, dogs, rabbits and guineapigs using a system of fostering and adoption. Check out Willy Wonka’s page – now there’s a lad going places, albeit with a bit of a list to starboard!
  • APAWS – Animal Protection and Welfare Society. This is a new site set up by Emily Harris for an animal welfare group in Baton Rouge, LA. http://www.apawspets.org If that’s where you are, take a look, give them some support maybe.
  • Aristocats (that’s Charlie and Binky to the left) – http://www.aristocat.org.uk (Aristocat Rescue Registered Charity No 1098383) rescue and rehome stray, unwanted and homeless cats and kittens. They are based in the North East of England. Telephone 01325 300290 E-mail aristocat.rescue@tiscali.co.uk Enid Foster Aristocat Rescue

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  • B and B Reptile Rescue – Andi has written to that they have had to close this service after years of struggling to get funding. What a sad thing to happen, I expect everyone would want to say thanks to them for all their efforts.
  • Bat Conservation Trustenquiries@bats.org.uk
  • Bath Cats and Dogs Home www.bathcatsanddogshome.co.uk Bath Cats & Dogs Home – Registered charity no. 205594
  • Battersea Dogs’ Home http://www.dogshome.org/ Battersea Park Road, South West London. 020 7622 3626. They rehome cats as well but Sssh!
  • Beaver Water World http://www.beaverwaterworld.com/ caters for all sorts of critters – birds, rabbits, snakes, alligators, iguanas, oh and beavers. They’re in Westerham, Kent Tel. 01959 571828
  • Blenham Animal Sanctuary www.millfarm.fsworld.co.uk pigs, ponies and visiting swans and ducks
  • Border Collie Trust http://www.bordercollietrustgb.org.uk/ GB Rugely, Staffs. 01889 577058
  • Blue Cross – adoption centres, hospitals and welfare centres www.bluecross.org.uk
  • Bramcote Animal Rescue Bramcote Village, Beeston 01159 220286
  • Bransby Home of Rest for Horses. http://www.bransbyhorses.co.uk/
  • Bridledown rescue: I am responsible for the rehoming of the stray and unwanted dogs that come to our kennels, and for what ever reason are left unclaimed for 8 days. We take in all these dogs in the East Kent area of the UK. Thankfully most are reclaimed by their owners, however, those left unclaimed are put up for rehoming, we have a non-destruct policy here at Bridledown so dogs stay here until a suitable home is found for them. We do not have charity status, and I was enquiring as to whether you would be willing to put a link to our site from yours? The site address is: http://www.chancepixies.com/ The ‘rescue’ kennels name is Bridledown.
  • Broadway Ferret Rescue rescues, well, ferrets http://www.broadwayferretrescue.co.uk/
  • Bunnyhaven Rabbit Rescue http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/SC91.html(sco32719) Dunbar 01368 864606 Mary Young Email Bunnyhaven@rrescue.fsnet.co.uk

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  • CARE Dog Rescue, http://www.care-uk.com/ a small family run non-profit organisation dedicated to rehoming dogs. Some dogs are direct from their original home and some are strays picked up by the warden. We rehome about 125 dogs a year without kennels. CARE use foster homes to keep the dogs until a suitable home is found. A donation is requested for each rehomed dog to help pay for vets fees and other expenses. Please call us to discuss the right dog for you. Phone 01493 653 955 web site http://www.care-uk.com
  • Catchat cat – cat rescue resource http://www.catchat.org
  • Cats Protection Helpline 08702 099 099
  • Celia Haddon’s Animal Welfare site http://www.celiahaddon.co.uk/
  • Celia Hammond Trust – neuters feral cats, set up low cost neutering clinics, rescues cats www.celiahammond.org
  • Chicken Rescue – based in Leicestershire www.chickenrescue.org.uk
  • Chinchilla Rescue – the rodents, not the cats! http://www.chinchillarescue.org/
  • Cinnamon Trust – a national charity for elderly people and their pets. The Cinnamon Trust, Foundrly House, Foundry Square, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4HE. Tel 01736 757900. Email: admin@cinamon.org.uk Web http://www.cinnamon.org.uk/

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  • Daneline – Great Dane Rescue www.daneline.co.uk
  • Dog Lost – reuniting dokgs and owners http://www.doglost.co.uk
  • Dogs Trust http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/ – was National Canine Defence League
  • Domestic Skunk Rescue – We are self funded with a few donations here and there to help these domestic skunks. (and 501(3)C ) I have my USDA and State licensed to do a domestic skunk rescue based in Ohio. We get skunks in from all states even one from Japan.. We get in pet skunks that people buy do not want any more, we do adoptions and find nice homes for them. (These are all captive bred skunks not wild skunks) I do educational programs on skunks both wild and domestic and trying to change the public’s eye on wild skunks. My VP and I also are on 24/hr 7/days week on call for skunk help. We also pay a vet to do medical research on skunks. Please look over our web site on skunk care. www.skunkhaven.net The vet page and bone page will show some of our research we do. Deborah Cipriani Domestic Skunk Rescue and Education-President American Domestic Skunk Assoc. of Ohio/Indiana-President E-mail : daisyphew@comcast.net Phone: 440-327-4349 Public Seminars with skunks available (USDA & State permits) www.skunkhaven.net
  • Florida Skunk Rescue http://www.floridaskunkrescue.com/
  • Pet Skunk Adoptions  http://www.justskunks.com/page/759391
  • The Donkey Sanctuary http://drupal.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk/ based in Sidmouth, Devon. Tel. 01395 578222
  • Droitwich Ferret Welfare http://www.droitwichferretwelfare.co.uk/ Winner of the Wicked Weasel Award for its support of ferret welfare. Motto: Ferrets are Fun! Well, what are you waiting for?

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  • Farplace Animal Rescue – farplace, Sidehead, Westgate, Co. Durham, DL13 1LE. Tel 01388 517397. Email: gareth@farplace.co.uk (fundraising) or jan@farplace.co.uk (animal care). Web www.farplace.co.uk
  • Ferret Rescue www.mercia41.freeserve.co.uk
  • Folly, Wildlife Rescue http://www.follywildliferescue.org.uk/ based in Eridge Green near Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Tel 07957 949825 for casualties
  • Free At Last rescue: this is mainly a ex-battery hen rescue that set up in Summer 2004 – there are just 2 of us that run it – but we have already re-homed 1649 hens. We also take in other small pets including ferrets, rabbits, g.pigs, rodents & of course other poultry, ducks, quail etc. I wondered being as many of the battery hens have permanaent injuries & sometimes disabilities from their traumatic start to life please could you add our details to your directory of animal rescues. We are based in Bedfordshire, UK.
    Please take a look at the website: www.freewebs.com/henrescue
  • Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre http://www.merseysidecharities.co.uk/freshfield/ Liverpool. 0151 931 1604
  • Friends of the Animals – spays and neuters, rescues and rehomes, free engraved discs, education, organises vet treatment www.friendsoftheanimals.co.uk

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  • National Animal Welfare Trust – animal aid for the elderly, looks after the pets of elderly people at times of illness or incapacity, helps with boarding fees, retires elderly animals www.nawt.org.uk
  • National Canine Defence League, now DogsTrust http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/
  • National Great Dane Rescue: We have recently launched a new website www.nationalgreatdanerescue.org.uk
  • National House Ferrets Associationwww.smartgroups.com/group/house-ferrets
  • We are the New Arc – The North East Wildlife & Animal Rescue Centre, based just outside Ellon Aberdeenshire, Scotland. We are a Scottish registered charity No. SC037332 and offer a Rescue, Recuperation and Rehoming or Release facility for all types of wild and domestic animals and birds. We currently house 263 creatures from Mice to Shire Horses, from Budgies to Buzzards, and operate a 24 hour Rescue service primarily for the North East of Scotland, but not limited to that 🙂 We are available to contact on 0796 2253867 More information can be found on www.thenewarc.org
  • New Life Parrot Rescue & Helpline Service www.nlpr.co.uk
  • 9 Lives – takes in blind, FIV+ive and elderly cats www.9livesCats.homestead.com
  • North Clwyd Animal Rescue – dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs www.ncar.org.uk

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  • Vale Wildlife Rescue www.vwr.org.uk all sorts of critters, including sheep. Links to books and other services too – if you buy, the shelter benefits
  • Valgrays border collie and animal rescue. charity no. 1088503. based in warlingham, surrey. founded in 1978. if you need any further info please do not hesitate to contact us. valgrays@hotmail.co.uk 01883624513 val phillips

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