Wadars At Ferring
The reality of a new centre dedicated the rehoming of abandoned and unwanted pets and the rescue of sick and injured wildlife has taken a massive step forward.
The new homing and wildlife centre is well into its design stage with detailed plans being prepared by our architect, Leeza Aldis-Hobbs. Ensuring that every animal has the best possible environment whilst we search for its forever home, is paramount to the design of the new Centre.
Currently, as we have no homing centre of our own, Wadars animals are cared for in commercial kennels and catteries or with our volunteer fosterers until suitable homes can be found.
We also have the support of various wildlife sanctuaries in the area. Wadars at Ferring will be a dedicated rehoming and wildlife centre and forms part of the Charity's vision for the next ten years.
At the heart of Wadars is the dedication and support of our many volunteers who give so tirelessly of their time and love for our animals.
Even after the new centre is built, we will still need our volunteer fosterers for the most precious of our rescued animals plus a whole army of helpers from manning the phones and raising much needed funds, to hands on work with the animals and of course, your generous donations.
Our move to Ferring has only been made possible because of the incredible generosity of the late Denise Sandberg.
Her legacy has meant a real and lasting legacy for the sustainable future of Wadars and we are all so very grateful to her.
This is only the beginning; we will need to raise the money to build the new Centre at the same time as raising £400,000 every year for vet fees, food, heating and our wildlife rescue and rehabilitation work.
The new Centre at Ferring will take several years to develop so please be patient with us.