Wadars Animal Rescue
Based near Worthing, Wadars is a leading animal rescue charity and has been caring for and protecting sick, neglected, and injured companion animals and wildlife since 1969
adopting a wadars pet
WADARS has strict operating procedures to ensure the suitability and safety of both the family and the pet that is to be rehomed.
looking to the future
This is a very exciting time for Wadars as we continue to develop our Animal Rescue Centre in Ferring. We have now completed the construction of a purpose-built cattery for the rehoming of cats and kittens, and also developed a small wildlife unit.
We have rehomed cats, dogs, kittens and puppies in the community for the last 50 years, but previously all of our animals have either been cared for in commercial catteries and kennels or with our volunteer fosterers until suitable forever homes could be found. The new cattery means that cats and kittens looking for new forever homes are now cared for by our specially trained Wadars Animal Welfare Team.
SUPPORT animals in our care
With your support Wadars can care for even more birds, wildlife, and companion animals. Among other things, donations will help to fund our veterinary and kennelling fees.
Every year, WADARS receives hundreds of phone calls from members of the public who have lost or found a variety of different animals.
VOLUNTEERING at wadars
Volunteers are an essential part of Wadars. They are at the heart of what we do and achieve. If you have any questions or would like some more information you can call us on 01903 247111 or email email@example.com
High Sheriff of West Sussex officially opens new Wadars rehoming cattery as part of the charity’s 50th anniversary celebrations
The High Sheriff of West Sussex, Mrs Caroline Nicholls DL officially opened the brand-new Wadars rehoming cattery at a ceremony which was held last week.
Staff at Wadars animal rescue are so sure they can set their clocks by the influx of orphaned and injured seagull chicks that they are
Bobby is a 4-year-old Bulldog cross who was signed over to Wadars for rehoming after his family had a new baby and were scared that
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