Angel's Rescue runs a 24/7 animal rescue organisation that also provides a one stop support system for those caring for animals. Our services range from practical advice and guidance through to the direct care of animals in need.
The Rescue has been operating for over 16 years, and has been involved in rescuing and rehabilitating animals nationwide. In 2011 became acknowledged by the Charity Commission, granting Angel's Rescue official charity status (Charity Number 1138505).
In addition to benefiting the public by caring for sick, injured or homeless animals, Angel's Rescue also runs a re–homing and fostering program for both animals in the rescue's care, and unwanted pets. Animals have included; cats, dogs, horses, and even local wildlife such as hedgehogs! More information regarding animals in our care currently looking for homes or that need fostering can be found on the our animals page.
Angels Rescue also also provide opportunities for enrichment, development and also offer support to people who gone through physical, emotional and mental trauma.
All staff and trustees involved provide their time on a voluntary basis, offering a range of skills and experience such as:
|The re–rehabilitation of animals||Monitoring of sick animals|
|Over 20 years experience in caring for horses||Rescue and re–rehabilitation of wildlife.|
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, foster home, trustee or if you would like more information on the animals currently available, please visit our contact us page or contact us via our website form
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