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Animal shelters and charities: Domestic
Choose from the leading charities involved in fighting cruelty to dogs, cats and other pets and those that help care for domestic animals.

Registered charity
No. 1082679
ACE (Animal Care in Egypt)

ACE (Animal Care in Egypt) gives free veterinary care and treatment to all kinds of neglected and abused animals (but mainly donkeys and horses) at its Centre in Luxor, Egypt. ACE also runs an education programme with local schools to ensure better animal welfare standards in the future.


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Registered charity
No. 1094779
Animal Cancer Trust

It is totally committed to funding the fight against cancer in our pets. Its aims are to provide education and information; facilitate research development and improve our understanding and treatment of cancer; and work with partners at home and abroad to pursue the fight against cancer in our pets.


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Registered charity
No. 209642
Animal Health Trust

The Animal Health Trust is a charity specifically dedicated to improving the health and welfare of dogs, cats and horses by addressing the problems of disease and injury - the largest threats to animal welfare today. With the help of its supporters, it can achieve this by advancing veterinary science and providing specialist clinical services for all companion animals.


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Registered charity
No. 1095004
Animal Rescue and Care

Animal Rescue and Care (ARC) exists to rescue, foster, re-home and assist all types of animals in the Middlesex, Surrey and South West London areas. The charity also offers advice and information to animal owners and strives to raise public awareness about animal welfare.


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Registered charity
No. 1086903
Animals Asia Foundation

Animals Asia is working to end the barbaric practice of bear bile farming. Its Moon Bear sanctuaries in China and Vietnam are helping to educate consumers not to buy bear bile. Animals Asia is also working to end the suffering of millions of cats and dogs in the brutal food and fur trades.


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Registered charity
No. 1068222
Animals In Need Northamptonshire

It does animal rescue and rehoming in the Northamptonshire area, and wildlife rescue


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Registered charity
No. 1121753
Animals Worldwide

it helps small indipendant animal charities worldwide continue their work, and funds one off special projects with them


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Registered charity
No. 1102985
Assisi Animal Charities Foundation

Assisi Animal Charities Foundation is a group of five animal welfare charities. It was set up to raise much needed funds - each donation received goes to all five animal charities, making it an unique way of helping alleviate the suffering of thousands of animals worldwide.


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Registered charity
No. 205594
Bath Cats and Dogs Home

Bath Cats and Dogs Home is one of the largest re-homing centres in the U.K. caring for more than 2,500 animals each year. Operates a strict non-destruction policy so that every animal has the chance of finding a new loving home. Provides shelter and essential care for unwanted animals, and promotes education and responsible pet ownership.


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Registered charity
No. 206394
The Battersea Dogs & Cats Home

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home?s vision is of a world where all dogs and cats are in caring and permanent homes. The Home is a charity that aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of our help. We reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners and, when we can?t do this, we care for them until new homes can be found for them.


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Registered charity
No. 224392
The Blue Cross Animal Welfare Charity

The Blue Cross provides practical support, information and advice for pet and horse owners. Through a network of animal adoption centres it rehomes thousands of animals each year. Its hospitals provide veterinary care for the pets of people who cannot afford private vets' fees.


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Registered charity
No. 1110252
Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary (BLES)

Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary (BLES) is a UK registered charity. It was founded in 2005 to help rescue abused elephants throughout Thailand. Our sanctuary is located in Sukhothai, north Thailand and is currently home to eight rescued elephants. BLES is a small family run organisation trying to make a positive difference to the lives of mistreated animals and we need all the help we can get.


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Registered charity
No. 1053585
Border Collie Trust GB

The Border Collie Trust GB works to rescue and re-home Border Collies and Collie crosses throughout the UK


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Registered charity
No. 275378
Brighton RGT

CARING AND REHOMING RETIRED RACING GREYHOUNDS AND OTHER GREYHOUNDS IN NEED


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Registered charity
No. 205858
Bristol Dogs and Cats Home and RSPCA Bristol & District Branch

RSPCA Bristol & District Branch is made up of the RSPCA Bristol Animal Clinic and Bristol Dogs and Cats Home. The RSPCA Animal Clinic treats over 12,000 animals a year and provides a 24 hour veterinary service for lost, sick and injured stray animals, subsidised veterinary treatment for people on a low income, a first aid centre for wildlife casualties and ?well dog? clinics for the animals of homeless people.

Bristol Dogs & Cats Home, an integral part of the RSPCA Bristol & District Branch, has been caring for stray, unwanted and neglected cats, dogs and small animals for over 120 years. The Home provides care, shelter and a re-homing service for nearly 2,000 unwanted animals every year and is often full to capacity!

With so many animals to care for our annual running costs exceed 1.4 million. The RSPCA Bristol Branch is an independent charity which receives no funding from the National RSPCA, Government or the Lottery. We therefore rely on the support from the community through donations, legacies and fundraising events to continue our important work, giving animals in need a second chance for a happy life, free from pain or neglect.


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Registered charity
No. 1109060
British Hen Welfare Trust

The British Hen Welfare Trust(formally the Battery Hen Welfare Trust) is a small, national charity that re-homes commercial laying hens, educates the public about how they can make a difference to hen welfare, and encourages support for the British egg industry. Its ultimate aim is to see consumers and food manufacturers buying only UK produced free-range eggs, resulting in a strong British egg industry where all commercial laying hens enjoy a good quality life. s.


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Registered charity
No. 210504
The British Horse Society

The British Horse Society provides a strong voice for horses and people and spreads awareness through support, training and education.Without your support and funds we would not be able to continue all the valuable work we do at present.


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Registered charity
No. 1115009
Bulldog Rescue

To ensure a place of safety is available to all bulldogs who's owners can no longer keep


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Registered charity
No. 1086778
Cambridge Mongolia Development Appeal (CAMDA)

CAMDA provides grass-roots aid to poorer nomadic herding communities that lost millions of herd animals to wintry extremes. It also targets three essential resources: hay-making, reliable wells, healthy horses. Its aid helps prevent families on the verge of poverty giving up herding for the almost certain poverty of alien city life.


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Registered charity
No. 1124533
Cancer and Bio-detection Dogs

This charity provides specialist trained cancer detection dogs to identify the odour of human cancer. This knowledge can then be used to develop new medical equipment with which to diagnose cancer quickly and simply. It also trains assistance dogs to warn people with poorly controlled diabetes of hypoglaemic episodes and is investigating the placement of other medical assistance dogs.


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Registered charity
No. 203644
Cats Protection

Cats Protection is the UK's largest cat welfare charity, rehoming and reuniting around 55,500 cats and kittens every year through its network of 252 voluntary-run branches and 29 adoption centres. The charity also promotes the benefits of neutering and produces a wide range of cat care information for owners. Reg Charity 203644 (England and Wales) and SC037711 (Scotland)


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Registered charity
No. 1095050
Compassion in World Farming

The vision of CIWF is a world where farm animals are treated with compassion and respect and where cruel factory farming practices end. It's mission is to advance the well being of farm animals worldwide


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Registered charity
No. 220506
Dog And Cat Shelter Claremont Road & Benton Farm

THE CHARITY IS ONE OF THE BUSIEST IN THE NORTH EAST, THE CRUELTY HOTSPOT OF ENGLAND. ESTABLISHED IN 1896 THE CHARITY CARES FOR 6,000 ANIMALS A YEAR, ANIMALS THAT HAVE BEEN NEGLECTED, UNWANTED OR ABANDONED. WHEN IT HAS NOT BEEN POSSIBLE TO REUNITE THESE ANIMALS WITH THEIR OWNERS, THE CHARITY FINDS NEW LOVING HOMES


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Registered charity
No. 227523, Scotland SC037843
Dogs Trust

Dogs Trust is the UK's largest dog welfare charity and every year they care for around 16,000 dogs through a nationwide network of 17 Rehoming Centres. Dogs Trust is working towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life free from the threat of unnecessary destruction. They believe no healthy dog should ever be destroyed and every dog should have a chance to lead a happy, healthy life in a loving home. www.dogstrust.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1133431
Dogstar Foundation

Volunteer run organisation providing free veterinary care to dogs and cats in Sri Lanka via fixed and mobile clinics.


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Registered charity
No. 264818
The Donkey Sanctuary

The Donkey Sanctuary has taken over 14,500 donkeys into its care and has over 45 welfare officers who can follow up reports of cruelty to or neglect of donkeys, quickly and efficiently. It also works throughout the world helping to improve conditions for working donkeys and mules. A Charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. Charity Registration No 264818


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Registered charity
No. 1103372
Doris Banham Rescue

The Doris Banham Rescue works to alleviate the suffering of and rehome lost and abandoned pound dogs which are due for destruction because they are unclaimed. The charity arranges for veternary treatment, transport and temporary shelter. The charity saved the lives of 3,117 dogs in 2008. All volunteers are unpaid and 100% of donations are spent on rescuing dogs.


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Registered charity
No. 1117113
Eden Animal Rescue

Eden Animal Rescue operates in the Eden District of Cumbria and our aims are to help neglected or unwanted animals and to arrange the provision of loving homes for them.


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Registered charity
No. 1091671
Elephant Family

The Asian elephant is a truly magnificent creature. But sadly it?s on the brink of extinction, marooned in ever-decreasing pockets of forest by the spread of human settlements, farming, mining and railways.

In the past 100 years, the elephant population in Asia has shrunk by 90%. In another 30 years, it could easily vanish altogether.

So please join us to turn this around and save the Asian elephant. We?re the only charity in the UK that?s dedicated solely to this cause ? and we rely on the efforts of our entire family network to help us succeed.


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Registered charity
No. 1117758
Elephant Nature Foundation

Elephant Nature Foundation is a non-profit organization which advocates and acts on behalf of the rights of Asian elephants in Thailand. Our mission is to increase awareness about the plight of the endangered Asian elephant, educate locals on the humane treatment of their elephants, and provide sanctuary for rescued elephants at our nature park.


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Registered charity
No. 1053092
EPSOM CANINE RESCUE

ECR was formed in 1995, it's principle role is the rescue and rehoming of unwanted and stray canines, undertaking neutering, vaccinating and mchipping prior to sourcing a new home.All activities are carried out on a purely voluntary basis and financed soley by self generated funds.


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Registered charity
No. SC022515
Equine Grass Sickness Fund

The Equine Grass Sickness Fund is the only registered charity raising funds specifically for research into grass sickness, a disease which kills many horses and ponies in Britain each year. It finances projects aimed at finding the cause of the disease and offers advice and support to owners of affected animals.


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Registered charity
No. 1117893
Four Paws Animal Rescue (South Wales)

We are a small independent charity who try to help any animal in need - those that are unwanted or in danger. Primarily, however, we tend to take in and rehome dogs, which is where our expertise is. We pride ourselves in a non-destruction policy.


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Registered charity
No. 508579
Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre

Freshfields Animal Rescue has been providing shelter and sanctuary for almost 30 years. No healthy animal is ever destroyed. All admissions exhibiting severe behavioural problems will be treated fairly, appropriately, without prejudice and without recourse to euthanasia. Priority given to strays, mistreated animals and those whose owners have died.


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Registered charity
No. 1068731
Friends of RSPCA Southridge

The Friends of RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre is a fundraising group of volunteers, whose aim is to raise money desperately needed to ensure the Centre can provide medical treatment for all the animals in its care. The Friends of RSPCA Southridge hope that you will pay the Centre a visit to see how important your support is.


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Registered charity
No. 1049828
The Friends Of The Rspca Leybourne Animal Centre

Raises funds to support and enhance the lives of the animals at the RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre.


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Registered charity
No. SC031037
Greyhound Awareness League

The Greyhound Awareness League is Scotland's largest independent charity helping to rehome over 200 retired or abandoned Greyhounds and Lurchers every year. GAL is run totally by volunteers and receives no financial help from the Greyhound racing industry or the government. It looks after over 75 dogs at any time while it finds loving homes for them as pets.


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Registered charity
No. 1113207
Greyhound Gap

Greyhound Gap is a registered charity that rescues takes in and re-homes death row Greyhounds and Lurchers who find themselves in a PTS situation in UK pounds.


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Registered charity
No. 1131399
Greyhound Rescue West Of England

Greyhound Rescue West of England (GRWE) is the leading independent animal rescue charity, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abused and abandoned greyhounds and lurchers. At any given time we have around 70 dogs in our care.

Entirely run by volunteers, the charity receives no financial help from the greyhound racing industry and is completely reliant on donations. From humble beginnings in the west of England GRWE now operates nationally rehoming over 760 of these special dogs every year.


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Registered charity
No. 1069438
Greyhounds In Need

Greyhounds in Need exists to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome retired and abandoned greyhounds in Spain. Its work centres on the native Spanish greyhounds (galgos) used for coursing who commonly live and die in poor conditions.


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Registered charity
No. 1115822
H.A.T.UK

HAT raises funds to help improve the lives of animals in Nepal. It carries out animal birth control and educational programmes, and offers a rescue service for street cats and dogs which have no access to veterinary care.


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Registered charity
No. 1115174
HEROS

Hundreds of racehorses finish racing each year, with some disappearing of the radar. HEROS helps find new homes and careers for ex-racehorses when they have finished racing giving them a fresh start and a new and happy life.


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Registered charity
No. 294606
Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary

It provides care and protection for animals deemed to be in need of such due to illness, injury, maltreatment, neglect or abandonment.


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Registered charity
No. 1094115
Hula Animal Rescue

Provides sanctuary, care and re-homing for unwanted and lost animals in and around Milton Keynes, Beds, Bucks and Northants.

HULA Aims:

To relieve suffering & distress, by providing refuge and care to animals until suitable permanent adoptions can be found if appropriate.

To provide help and advice to pet and animal owners or their families, who are unable to cope due to a change in their circumstances.

HULA takes in unwanted and abandoned pets for re-homing, but also rescues other animals and has goats, pigs, ponies, chickens, ducks, geese, sheep, a donkey and cows. All will stay with HULA for the rest of their lives. All animals are vet checked, most of the cats and dogs are neutered and all are micro-chipped and vaccinated prior to re-homing. HULA never puts any animal to sleep unless medically advised.

Animals come to HULA for a variety of reasons,including domestic break-up, death or infirmity of the owner, hospitalisation, imprisonment, emigration, change of job, moving to new accommodation where pets aren?t allowed and, unfortunately, sometimes they are simply abandoned.

HULA?s services are increasingly in demand due to local population growth, meaning everyday survival is all too often a daunting challenge. HULA relies solely on the generosity of the public and is grateful for all help received.

Thank you very much for your contribution, it means we can continue our valuable work.


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Registered charity
No. 207513
Humane Education Society......Animal Sanctuary Wilmslow

It takes in abandoned,unwanted and ill treated animals including horses,donkeys,ponies.cats and small furries.It aims to re-home as many animals as possible but also provides a permanent sanctuary for animals that cannot be re-homed.It aims to educate people,especially children,about animal welfare.


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Registered charity
No. 1118277
International Animal Rescue

At International Animal Rescue we do exactly what our name says: we save animals from suffering around the world. We cut free dancing bears in India; rescue primates from the animal traders in Indonesia; save migrating birds from the guns of Malta and provide veterinary care for stray dogs and cats in developing countries. When we can, we release rescued animals back into the wild but, if that?s not possible, we give them a safe haven for life in one of our sanctuaries.


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Registered charity
No. 1123430
The Jill Martin Fund for Tortoise Welfare and Conservation

The fund helps various aspects of tortoise welfare and conservation.


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Registered charity
No. 327802
The Kennel Club Charitable Trust

The Kennel Club Charitable Trust - making a difference for dogs by funding a wide variety of work ranging from supporting research into canine diseases to welfare initiatives and the promotion of support dogs, all of which give dogs healthier and happier lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1059122
Labrador Rescue South East and Central

Established in 1996 Labrador Rescue South East & Central has the sole aim of caring for and re homing pure bred and first cross Labradors Retrievers, who through no fault of their own find themselves in need of help as a result of ill treatment, domestic crisis, divorce, finance, bereavement, or health issues. We re- home over 400 Labradors each year, thats more than a dog a day!


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Registered charity
No. 1088198
The Labrador Rescue Trust

The Labrador Rescue Trust is a charity covering the South West of England, to rescue and re-home Labradors in need of new homes for whatever reason, and to re-home them into genuine, caring homes. It matches the dog to the home and does not operate on a 'waiting list' basis.


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Registered charity
No. 1105955
Labrador Retriever Rescue Southern England

LRRSE is a registered UK charity whose aim is to unite pure bred and first cross Labrador Retrievers with loving new homes. Primarily covering Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, Middlesex, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, London and Kent, LRRSE also rehomes dogs from rescue centres in Eire.


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Registered charity
No. 242560
The Leicester And Leicestershire Animal Aid Association

LAA is a rescue and re-homing centre for lost, unwanted or neglected dogs and cats. It operates a non euthanasia policy and rescue and re-home approximately 450 animals each year. The vision is 'happy pets in responsible, loving homes'. It provides services and opportunities of benefit to the local community.


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Registered charity
No. 516674
Lluest Horse and Pony Trust

The Lluest Horse and Pony Trust runs a rescue centre for horses, ponies and donkies in the Black Mountains of Carmarthenshire. It aims to restore animals to full health and find them loving foster homes, or alternatively provide them with a safe haven for the rest of their natural lives.


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Registered charity
No. 224337
LLYS NINI ANIMAL CENTRE

The branch is an independently run charity based in South Wales. It is a self-financing organisation committed to providing animal welfare services in its area. The Branch is affiliated to the national RSPCA, but receives no automatic funding from it. This means that the 800,000 annual running costs of the Branch must be entirely met from fundraising activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1001346
MANCHESTER & CHESHIRE DOGS HOMES

It was established in 1893 to help the stray and unwanted dogs roaming the streets of Manchester. Later covering parts of Lancashire, Cheshire and Derbyshire, today it remains the only Home of its kind, caring for over 7000 dogs each year. Over 95% of dogs are Homed or re-Homed


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Registered charity
No. 252594
Margaret Green Animal Rescue

Margaret Green Animal Rescue is an animal welfare charity with 3 sites in Dorset and Devon. MGAR rescue and rehome more than 1200 animals per year and are open to the public (Church Knowle site has 35 acres to wander round). With more animals needing care they do need your support to ensure their work continues.


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Registered charity
No. 1077588
The Mayhew Animal Home

The Mayhew Animal Home is one of the busiest animal sanctuaries in London, finding safe and loving homes for thousands of dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs each year. The Mayhew focuses heavily on the prevention of cruelty and neglect and runs highly successful neutering, educational, fostering, volunteering, community and international projects.


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Registered charity
No. 1090499
National Animal Welfare Trust

The National Animal Welfare trust cares for unwanted and needy animals. The Trust offer safe and secure accomodation to pets that sometimes have no where else to go. Apart from re-homing cats and dogs, NAWT is home to a suprisingly wide variety of animals including pigs, cows, goats and rabbits.


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Registered charity
No. 1114880
National Pet Month

National Pet Month?s aims are to: promote responsible pet ownership make people aware of the benefits of pets for people and people for pets increase public awareness of services available from professionals who work with animals raise awareness of the role, value and contribution to society of working companion animals


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Registered charity
No. 515195
North Clwyd Animal Rescue

NCAR help stray & unwanted animals find new loving homes. They have been established for 30 years and growing dramatically, the charity relies totally on generous donations as they receive no government funding. They home over 1000 animals each year. NCAR have many fundraising events if you can help them.


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Registered charity
No. 1118246
Oldies Club

Oldies Club is a dog rescue charity which is run by volunteers and helps dogs aged 7+. It often takes in dogs that have been neglected, resulting in large vet bills. Oldies Club places dogs in foster homes, where they are assessed and receive any veterinary treatment required before being rehomed.


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Registered charity
No. 208217 & SC037585
PDSA

PDSA is the UK's leading veterinary charity providing care for more than 350,000 pet patients. This year PDSA will provide more than 1.8 million free treatments to sick and injured pets and more than 200,000 preventive treatments.


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Registered charity
No. 037745
Pet Blood Bank UK

Pet Blood Bank UK (PBBuk) is the first UK charity which will collect, process, store and supply pet blood products in the UK. PBBuk will collect canine blood which will then be processed into various blood products and stored on the premises.


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Registered charity
No. 1024811
Petsavers

Petsavers is dedicated to improving the health of all small animals. It funds studies into the prevention and treatment of illnesses and conditions affecting pets and other small animals.


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Registered charity
No. 1085689
Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund

Rabbits are the third most popular pet in the UK, and yet many live miserable lives confined to small hutches with no little or no space, companionship or exercise. The RWAF aims to improve the lives of these beautiful, intelligent and unfortunately neglected animals. Because Rabbits deserve better!


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Registered charity
No. 1115089
Rain Rescue

Helping pets in crisis situations, primarily the dogs in the Sheffield City Centre dog pound at the threat of destruction due to the high volume of dogs with no homes. A well respected charity working in and around South Yorkshire. Helping pets - helping people.


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Registered charity
No. 237696
Raystede Centre For Animal Welfare Limited

Raystede aims to prevent and relieve cruelty to animals and to protect them from unnecessary suffering. Over 1500 unwanted and abandoned animals arrive at the centre annually. Dogs, cats and other companion animals are found new caring homes while others remain in Raystede's care for the rest of their days.The Raystede Centre relies totally on voluntary support.


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Registered charity
No. 800145
Rescued Animals in Need

RAIN is a Kent based organisation that helps animals in need. The main aim of RAIN is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals, and to provide any help that is needed in terms of general care and veterinary treatment. RAIN mainly deals with cats and dogs in the Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, Orpington and Bromley areas.


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Registered charity
No. 1105654
The Retreat Animal Rescue

The Retreat Animal Rescue is entirely voluntary and rescues farmed, domestic and wild animals. All donations go directly to the welfare of the animals in its care and to those needing help in the future. Thank you for helping them to help abused, sick, injured and unwanted animals.


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Registered charity
No. 279478
Rottweiler Welfare Association

It rescues abandoned and neglected Rottweilers and helps those who are unwanted. It provides all necessary care, treatment and rehabilitation and finds suitable homes who will adopt them and give them the second chance they so deserve. In 2008 it found new homes for 120 Rottweilers. Please give your support for the most special of breeds - The Rottweiler.


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Registered charity
No. 281571
The Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust

The Animal Care Trust exists to improve standards of veterinary care for animals in the Royal Veterinary College's animal hospitals. It assists students by providing the best possible prospects for a career in veterinary medicine.


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Registered charity
No. 263515
RSPCA - Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston & District

The RSPCA works to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals by promoting responsible pet ownership, preventing unnecessary suffering and re-homing unwanted animals with new, responsible owners.


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Registered charity
No. 232253
RSPCA - Lancs East Branch

The RSPCA Lancs East branch works to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals in the branch area, including Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Nelson, Colne & Darwen. From it's Animal Centre in Altham it rehomes animals to caring new owners. We do not put healthy animals to sleep.


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Registered charity
No. 219099
RSPCA - National Society

The RSPCA helps more animals than any one else in the UK. Working in practical animal welfare, law enforcement, education and campaigning for change to improve the lives of all animals, it employs experts in every field that benefits animals, from cruelly treated pets to rescued fledglings. All money raised through Justgiving for the National Society will go into RSPCA general funds and once in there will not be redistributed to an RSPCA branch.


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Registered charity
No. 205098
RSPCA Cambridge and District Branch

RSPCA Cambridge is a local branch of the National RSPCA and provides animal welfare services, including a charity clinic and pet rehoming in South Cambridgeshire, Newmarket and Royston.


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Registered charity
No. 210743
RSPCA Canterbury And District Branch

The RSPCA Canterbury branch is responsible for raising all the funds it requires to provide care and shelter to needy animals within our area. We rely on donations as we receive no external funding and nearly everyone involved with the branch works as a volunteer. We are currently in the process of building a much needed animal centre near Canterbury that will provide accommodation for 40 cats, 20 dogs and a number of small furries.


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Registered charity
No. 248489
RSPCA Central & North East London Branch

Each year the Central and North East London Branch of the RSPCA helps around 1,500 cats, dogs, rabbits and other animals. One of our main activities is running a cat neutering scheme, which helps people who cannot afford vets' fees, to have their animals neutered. This service is available in the Greater London area, with the support of other RSPCA branches and other charities.

We also do as much as we can to help animals in distress, and find them permanent or temporary homes.

We are a separate charity from RSPCA Headquarters with responsibility for raising funds to pay for the work that we do. We constantly apply our funds to help as many animals as possible in the Branch area.


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Registered charity
No. 223678
RSPCA Coventry Animal Centre

The Animal Centre is an independent charity and all the money it needs to survive is raised from in and around Coventry. The branch runs a busy animal centre rehoming over 1000 animals per year. In the current economic climate the animal centre needs more help to meet its daily running costs.


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Registered charity
No. 1112369
RSPCA Danaher Animal Home

It owns and operates an animal shelter to provide temporary accomodation for dogs, cats and other small animals which are rendered homeless as a result of bring badly treated, neglected, unwanted, strayed or abandoned. We then obtain the necessary veterinary treatment and work to rehome the animals.


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Registered charity
No. 222620
RSPCA Derby and District Branch

The branch objectives are to use all lawful means to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate the suffering of animals. The animal centre cares for abandoned or mistreated animals and operates a rehoming programme.


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Registered charity
No. 232247
RSPCA Furness and Barrow Branch

Promoting animal welfare and prevention of cruelty.


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Registered charity
No. 225575
RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and District Branch

The RSPCA Halifax & District works to promote kindness and prevent and suppress cruelty to animals throughout Calderdale, West Yorkshire. It advocates responsible pet ownership, through education, and delivers effective relief of animal suffering within the confines of the law. All monies raised by the charity contribute to its work in the locality of Calderdale.


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Registered charity
No. 232225
RSPCA Hull And East Riding

The RSPCA in Hull and East Riding works to promote kindness and prevent and oppose cruelty to animals throughout Hull and the East Riding. It apromotes responsible pet ownership, through education, and delivers effective relief of animal suffering. At our centre on Clough Road we look after injured, neglected or unwanted animals and find them new loving homes.


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Registered charity
No. 210633
RSPCA Kent North West Branch

The RSPCA Kent North West Branch promotes animal welfare within its area. The Branch is currently raising funds to build and run its own animal centre and this will be entirely funded by donations and the income from its two charity shops.


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Registered charity
No. 224482
RSPCA Lincoln

RSPCA Lincoln, like all of the RSPCA branches, is self-governing, which means we need to raise all our own funds. We find loving homes for over 300 animals a year, including dogs, cats and rabbits. We also help with neutering, and other animal welfare throughout our area (Lincoln, Gainsborough, Horncastle, Market Rasen etc). Please visit our charity shop in St Marks in Lincoln


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No. 212444
RSPCA London South East Branch

The RSPCA London South East branch is a very active charity, doing a wide range of animal welfare work in the local community, including microchipping, rescue, rehoming, advice, fund-raising, neutering schemes and many other animal welfare activities. It has one shop and hopes to add more to finance its local animal welfare work.


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No. 210634
RSPCA Mid Essex

It's chief aim is to create an awareness of, and to prevent, cruelty to animals. It provides veterinary treatment at it?s Clinic in Great Baddow and raises funds through the RSPCA shop in Chelmsford and various fundraising events. It also supports RSPCA Inspectors and assists in re-homing.


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No. 208331
RSPCA Middlesex North West Branch

The RSPCA Middlesex North West Branch works in the north west Middlesex and south Hertfordshire areas. It focuses on taking in and rehoming stray and unwanted pets, providing welfare assistance to ensure animals receive veterinary care, and on neutering and microchipping of owned pets.


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No. 232257
RSPCA Rochdale Branch

We care for abused, abandoned and neglected animals with the eventual aim of rehoming to a suitable, loving home. We promote the work and objects of the national RSPCA but with particular reference to the area of the branch.


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No. 225570
Rspca Sheffield Branch

The RSPCA Sheffield Branch rehomes unwanted and neglected animals, as well as operating a Welfare Clinic for pet owners on a low income. We also hold Community Action days, providing free microchipping and neutering vouchers to the pet owners of Sheffield.


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No. 264783
RSPCA Somerset East

It helps people with animals on low incomes, homeless or travelling communities. It cares for unwanted animals endeavouring to find new homes where possible and it ensures that whenever possible it prevents an animal from suffering.


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No. 226284
RSPCA Stockport, East Cheshire And West Derbyshire Branch

Protecting animals from cruelty and harm and providing new homes for them and vetinary treatment in the Stockport, Marple, New Mills areas of Derbyshire and East Cheshire. All the money is spent direct on animal welfare as the group is made up of volunteers and it receives no goverment or lottery support.


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No. 232258
RSPCA, Southport, Birkdale And District Branch

We are a Branch of the RSPCA but we are an autonomous Registered Charity. We accept needy animals for which we have room and care for them temporarily while we find new homes for them - which we do at the rate of about 100 a month. The majority are, of course, cats and dogs but we can also accommodate a small number of rabbits, birds and other small animals. All of our animals have been rescued.


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No. 225634
Sheffield Cats Shelter

The Sheffield Cats Shelter is a small, local charity which has helped to rehome cats and kittens since 1897. We never put a healthy cat to sleep. We receive no lottery or state aid and are solely funded through the generous contributions of our supporters, voluntary donations and legacies.


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No. 1122891
Shy Lowen Horse and Pony Sanctuary

It provides safe haven for unwanted, misused and neglected equines retraining using holistic intelligent horsemanship methods. It provides education about the welfare of animals in general and equines in particular. It rehomes the animals on a permanent loan basis ensuring that they are safe for life.


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No. 245426
Society For Abandoned Animals

This charity, established in the 1960's, takes in unwanted and abandoned cats, dogs and rabbits. It provides for their needs, including food, shelter and veterinary care, until loving new homes are found for the animals.


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No. 249295
SOUTHAMPTON SAMARITANS

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No. SC040565
Springer Rescue for Scotland

Springer Rescue for Scotland rescues and rehomes Springer Spaniels across Scotland. All dogs in their care are fostered in family homes, vet-checked, vaccinated and microchipped and any other necessary veterinary treatment. Ongoing veterinary support is often provided for elderly or infirm dogs.


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No. 205096
The Stubbington Ark Animal Shelter

The Stubbington Ark Animal Shelter rescues any animal from neglect, cruelty, accident and misfortune and provides them with an opportunity for a better life. It supports and maintains the objectives, principles and policies of the RSPCA and seeks to improve the welfare of animals and promotes responsible pet ownership. It receives no RSPCA funding.


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No. 1100596
The Suffolk Punch Trust

The Trust aims to preserve the Suffolk Punch, the rarest breed of horse in the world; develop existing links with Hollesley Bay Open Prison, aiding prisoner re-settlement through acquisition of horse-handling experience, on site employment and education in conservation; and provide public environmental and conservation programmes for all ages.


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No. 1104152
Support Adoption For Pets

Support Adoption For Pets believe that every pet deserves to live a happy and healthy life. Every year thousands of pets end up without a home, due to a change in their owners circumstances. Support Adoption For Pets have made it their mission to help these abandoned pets find new and happy homes.


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No. 265069
Tailwaggers Club Trust

It mainly makes grants to help needy people faced with large veterinary bills. Occasionally it makes grants to other animal charities to assist in special projects aimed at improving treatment for sick or injured animals.


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No. 1105626
Tia Greyhound & Lurcher Rescue

Tia Greyhound & Lurcher Rescue is an independent charity situated in Cragg Vale, West Yorkshire and has been dedicated to rehoming retired, abused and abandoned ex-racing greyhounds and lurchers since 1997.


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No. 1091253
TWINKLE TRUST

TO HELP STRAY AND ABANDONED CATS, TO RELIEVE THIER SUFFERING FROM DISEASE, STARVATION AND NEGLECT. OUR MAIN AIM IS TO KEEP THE FERAL CAT POPULATION UNDER CONTROL BY HUMANLEY STERILISING THEM AND TO RAISE AWARENESS OF THE NEEDS OF SUCH CATS.


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No. exempt
University of Cambridge Veterinary School Trust

"Leading the way in animal health and welfare" The University of Cambridge Veterinary School Trust is a charity dedicated to raising funds in support of the Cambridge Veterinary School and Queen's Veterinary Hospital and their aim of providing the best in animal healthcare.


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No. 1104072
Veteran Horse Welfare

Veteran Horse Welfare is dedicated to the welfare and care of elderly horses. Funded purely by supporters and donations, this is the only charity within the UK or Europe that rehabilitates, rescues and re-homes veteran horses.


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No. SC029625
Willows Animal Sanctuary

Home to many rescued animals and Willows also offers animal assisted therapy to vulnerable members of the community


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No. 298348
Wood Green Animal Shelters

Wood Green Animal Shelters has been rescuing and rehoming animals since 1924. The Charity takes in over 6,000 animals a year and has set national standards in animal care. It takes in unwanted and lost animals, providing shelter and care, finding secure loving homes and offering advice, support and guidance for owners.


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No. 514874
Worcestershire Animal Rescue Shelter

This charity rehomes and rehabiltates unwanted or abandoned animals. At the moment it only caters for dogs but with funding will expand to other animals eg cats. It rehomes about 150 dogs a year and currently is independently funded by a small group of dedicated staff and volunteers.


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Registered charity
No. 206658
World Horse Welfare

World Horse Welfare encourages the use, not the abuse of the horse and is one of the world's leading international equine welfare charities. World Horse Welfare campaigns for better legislation to protect horses; runs 4 Recovery and Rehabilitation Centres, with over 2,000 horses on the World Horse Welfare loan scheme at any one time; employs 16 World Horse Welfare field officers to investigate welfare complaints in the UK and provides educational courses to combat the major causes of equine suffering in the Developing World.


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No. 1100485
Worldwide Veterinary Service

WVS is committed to improving the treatment and welfare of all animal species throughout the world.The main emphasis is on providing a sustainable veterinary resource in the form of volunteer teams, drugs, equipment and advice to assist animal charities and non-profit organisations around the world.


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No. 257843
Worthing & District Animal Rescue Service (WADARS)

WADARS is a Worthing (UK) based Charity established in 1969. The main objectives of the Charity are the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife and the rescue and rehoming of domestic animals. We rely solely on Membership, Donations, Legacies and Fund Raising to keep us running.


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No. 1081849
WSPA

WSPA is an animal welfare charity working for a world where animal welfare matters, and animal cruelty ends. WSPA's animal welfare programmes include a mix of direct fieldwork, campaigning, education, training and member society development. The charity is best known for it's work with bears but it helps all kinds of animals all over the world.


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No. 232222
York RSPCA Animals Home

The RSPCA has been caring for animals in the York area since 1864. There is an animal centre which cares for dogs, cats and small animals until a new home can be found for them. This can take months, or even years for some pets as no healthy animal is ever put to sleep. It costs about 1500 a day to run the home, and all this has to be raised locally as they receive no external funding.


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