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Animal welfare charities

Founded in 1996 BCTGB rescue and rehome between 400 and 500 collies each year from our rescue centre in Staffordshire. Funded completely by donations and our own fundraising, your support is vital to helping the hundreds of collies and their owners who need our help. For more information about our work please visit our website.   ...
Dogs Trust is the UK and Ireland’s largest dog welfare charity and we care for around 16,000 stray and abandoned dogs every year at our 1...
Our first research project was started by Dr Kate Evans in the Okavango Delta, Botswana in 2002. With careful nurturing and commitment we have grown into the registered non-profit organisation that we are today. Botswana ...
The Alternative Animal Sanctuary takes in a variety of animals none of the other charities will help and who would otherwise be 'put down' they live at the sanctuary for life other than those who can be rehomed ...
We are World Animal Protection. We end the needless suffering of animals....
 All Creatures Great and Small Animal Sanctuary has been serving the South Wales community since 1992. Our experience and commitment to animal welfare have earned us the excellent reputation we have today. We do not receive any funds from the Government or the Council so we rely on volunteers and donations/legacies from the public and Charitable Trusts to keep running. ...
 Taking action We lead on action plans to help reverse declines in reptiles and amphibians. Amphibian and Reptile Conservation plays an active key role to save important habitats like wetlands and heathlands.  Understanding threats Roads, diseases, pollution, loss of habitat and climate change - all of these issues pose real problems for amphibians and reptiles. Our scientists identify solutions and priorities.  Protecting wild places ...
Anim-Mates is a voluntary animal rescue and care group based in northwest Kent and southeast London that rescues, cares for, and re-homes unwanted cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs. ...
 Animal Allsorts is a small charity in Birmingham, UK that adopts / rehomes unwanted, abandoned or mistreated animals around the West Midlands area. The charity is run entirely by unpaid volunteers using a network of dedicated foster carers, we occasionally use private kennels. The animal rescue mainly caters for dogs, but also rehomes cats, small animals and birds. Before being adopted all dogs and cats are ID microchipped, castrated or spayed, fully vaccinated and flea & worm treated. The charity performs home checks and provides after support. ...
ACE is dedicated to helping animals in the poorest communities in Luxor, Egypt, by providing free veterinary care, advice and education. ACE helps relieve the suffering of over 25000 animals every year. ...
The Animal in Distress Rescue Centre is based at Ipplepen which is on the A381 half way between Newton Abbot and Totnes. ...
Animals In Need is a voluntary organisation dedicated to rescuing sick, injured, trapped and distressed wild and domestic animals. We provide veterinary treatment where necessary, care for and rehabilitate animals until they can be released or re-homed. ...
The Aspinall Foundation is a leading animal conservation charity working in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks in Kent to breed rare and endangered animals and return them to the wild. ...
This is the charity's mission statement: •    The rescue, rehabilitation and training / re-training of equines (horses, ponies, donkeys and mules) suffering from neglect, abuse or ill-health •    The placing of rehabilitated equines into suitable long term foster homes. •    Education and promotion of discussion on all aspects of equine welfare ...
Education We specialise in educational activities & experiences that cater for schools & groups. Why not get in touch to see what we can offer? We support the interests of all age groups from 4yrs upwards. We cater for Birthday Parties too. ...
The Barn Owl Trust is a small charity working very hard to conserve one of the most beautiful birds on earth. Anyone who has ever watched a Barn Owl hunting at dusk has surely been touched by the experience but sadly these magical birds have become increasingly rare - and the reasons are all man-made. Lack of food due to intensive farming, the loss of roost and nest sites, road mortality, and a host of other factors are to blame. ...
We accept all dogs, cats and small animals in need - lost, abused, sick, injured and unwanted animals are brought in to us by the...
Established in 1860, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of our help. We reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners through our Lost Dogs & Cats Line or care for them until new homes can be found, giving them shelter and the highest standards of veterinary care. ...
Bedfordshire Wildlife Rescue was formed in 2004 to provide a vital service, rescuing and supporting vulnerable wildlife.   We are open 7 days a week to aid people who have found an injured wild animal and in addition to this we provide a service to local vets, RSPCA officers and other organisations who do not have access to a local wildlife rehabilitation facility.  ...
Birdline UK Ltd is the largest parrot rescue charity in the UK. We have a substantial amount of parrots and different birds coming into our care every month, the charity is run completely by volunteers and relies only on donations as we are not government funded. We are a 100% non profit organization. ...

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