• Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals

    Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals

    HookUnited Kingdom

    The Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals was formed in 1970 by a group of clergy and lay Christians who felt very strongly that the Church did not speak out on the subject of animal cruelty and suffering. Our mission is therefore to ‘put animals on the agenda of the Christian church’.

  • Animal Care Trust,  Royal Veterinary College

    Animal Care Trust, Royal Veterinary College

    North MymmsUnited Kingdom

    Our pets bring us so much joy. You can do something very special for them in return by leaving a gift in your will to the Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust. The RVC’s animal hospitals provide specialist veterinary care to the sickest pets, pioneer new treatments and train the next generation of vets.

  • Animal Welfare Foundation

    Animal Welfare Foundation

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    The Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF) is a charity run by veterinary and animal welfare professionals, which uses expert veterinary knowledge to improve the welfare of all animals through science, education and debate. AWF funds research, supports veterinary education and stimulates debate on pressing animal welfare topics.

  • Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

    Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    Battersea is here for every dog and cat, and has been since 1860. Over more than 160 years, we’ve gone from one home in London to three rescue and rehoming centres across the country and have cared for over three million vulnerable animals. We believe that every dog and cat deserves the best. That’s why we help every dog or cat in need, regardless of their age, breed or background.

  • Bulldog Rescue and Rehoming Trust

    Bulldog Rescue and Rehoming Trust

    MidhurstUnited Kingdom

    The Bulldog Rescue and Rehoming Trust are the original rescue for the British Bulldog breed and has been helping bulldogs since 1978. Thousands of bulldogs have come to us for help during that time and we will always do whatever we can to do the best we possibly can for the British Icon that is the Bulldog.

  • Cat Action Trust

    Cat Action Trust

    CroydonUnited Kingdom

    Cat Action Trust was established in 1975, as the UK pioneer in promoting the welfare of feral cats. We were from the outset committed to caring not culling and were among the first to use the humane trap, neuter, return (TNR) method of managing feral cat colonies. Over the years we have broadened our voluntary work to include assisting lost or abandoned domestic cats that had been forced to fend for themselves.

  • Cat Action Trust 1977

    Cat Action Trust 1977

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    The policy of Cat Action Trust 1977 is to help feral cats by limiting their numbers through neutering and returning to site, by providing veterinary care where necessary, and by finding homes for kittens and tame stray cats. The charity is totally against killing for expediency. CAT 1977 also helps to educate the public and other animal welfare organisations about the humane control and care of the feral cat population through its website, newsletters and leaflets.

  • Celia Hammond Animal Trust

    Celia Hammond Animal Trust

    WadhurstUnited Kingdom

    Thousands of healthy cats and dogs, kittens and puppies will die today and every day. Why? They were born into a world where there are not enough homes to go round. Countless strays are struggling for survival on the streets - cold, hungry, frightened - condemned to a life of suffering and often victims of cruelty. There is a humane alternative to this sickening daily slaughter and misery.