Registered charity number 1151287 Wansford Cambridgeshire
The Rescue relies on donations and fundraising.
Dog Food, dried is better- can you organise a food collection with family and friends. Buying an extra tin or pack of food with your weekley shop?
Blankets, throws, bedspreads and single duvets (no pillows or sheets).
Toys for the dogs, new or used.
Tombolla prizes. Nice things, bottles of wine, chocolates, smellies, items we can use for raffles and tombollas.
Fancy doing some fund raising for the kennels?
If you have a few hours spare how about lending a hand to do tombollas, street collections, car boots etc to help raise funds. Please give us a ring to be put in touch with our helpers who fundraise for us.
Could you organise a carboot and send us the proceeds? Great way to make new freinds and you would be helping a worth while cause at the same time.
To join our fundraising team please contact Lynn via firstname.lastname@example.org
Could you spare a few hours to help at the kennels? Helping walk the dogs is a great way to get some excersize and really make a difference to the dogs time in the kennels.
It helps socalise the dogs, gives them some excersize and burns off pent up energy. Keeps the dogs healthy and really helps the over run kennel staff.
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We are in the process of updating our kennels.
Have you any building skills, or plumbing, decorating etc you would be willing to give your time and skill to help update and maintain exsisiting ones?
Are you in a position to help with building materials? Bricks, fencing, cement etc.
We have a Amazon wish list CLICK HERE
We have a clothes bank at our rescue. Any unwanted clothes/ shoes (no linen) please do bring along.
My Story –by Teresa Phillips.
I don’t know why I went there
I just know I was found
And then somebody took me
To a place they call the pound
There were many dogs around me
I felt their bewilderment and pain
Then one day they disappeared
And never barked again
Then it came to my turn
I was quaking in my paws
They put a lead around my neck
And led me to the doors
I was very frightened
I realised my fate
I offered up a silent prayer
As they opened up the gate
Then I felt the sunshine
In the distance stood a man
He picked me up and carefully
Placed me in his van
Then I heard the man speak
He said that I was safe
I was being taken
To a place they called AH
We travelled quite a distance
And then at journey’s end
The van doors opened slowly
And I recognised true friends
Quite quickly someone spotted me
They looked into my soul
Looked past my colour and my breed
And saw me as a whole
I went home to live with them
My new life had begun
I have been so very lucky
To have found a dad and mum
Now I send out a message
Will you listen to my plea
There are still so very, many dogs
Who are unwanted, just like me
We do not ask for very much
Some food, a bed, a bone
A walk, a brush a comfy lap
But most of all a home.
If you adopt a dog from Animal Helpline you will be saving the life of another!