Wadars Animal Rescue
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
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak we have suspended all volunteering and fostering until further notice. We are doing this to protect our staff and ensure that they can continue to look after the animals in our care.
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
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
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