At 11am on Wednesday 9th May at Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre in Angmering, our community ambassadors will be giving a talk about our work with
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 develop the first stage of our Animal Rescue Centre in Ferring. This will include the construction of a specialist cattery for the rehoming of cats and kittens, and the development of a small wildlife unit.
Sadly, providing this level of facility and care doesn’t come cheap. The total cost to build and equip the cattery and to develop the wildlife unit will be £200,000 and we desperately need your help to raise that money.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
This little cat was found in the Salvington area of Worthing by a lady who had driven from Chatham in Kent, to Horsham, and then on
We desperately need donations of wet cat food – can you help? We are currently caring for a large number of hedgehogs who are either
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