Our Blog

We are delighted to announce we now have a blog available on our website.

With insights from our experts and frontline staff, it will be jam packed full of all animal related information.

Black Cat Awareness – 23/05/2024

Black kitties are often overlooked in rehoming centres so we put something together to show off how great they are!

This blog covers some fun facts on black cats. To read more click here.

National Hedgehog Week – 09/05/2024

Hedgehogs are one of the most beloved animals in Great Britain but are sadly on the decline. 

This blog covers some important information on hedgehogs. To read more click here.

Brooks’ Story – 10/04/2024

Brooks didn’t have the easiest start in life but with the help of our supporters and his carers he is living his best life!

This blog goes over Brooks’ story. To read more click here.

Respect your Cat Day – 28/03/2024

You should respect your cat everyday but we thought we would hop on todays trend which is respect your cat day!

This blog goes over the ways you can make you cat feel comfortable and happy. To read more click here.

Dog Enrichment – 22/03/2024

Keeping your dog happy and busy is very important for your dogs life. Enrichment comes in many forms so we have complied a blog to give you some ideas!  

This blog entry goes over multiple ways you can keep your dogs brain active in fun way. To read more click here.

Importance of Neutering – 27/02/2024

Neutering is the process of removing the reproductive organs from an animal. This is done under general anaesthetic and your pet should recover quickly.

In this blog we go over the benefits of neutering your furry friend. To read more click here.

Dental Awareness – 15/02/2024

Your pets dental health is very important as neglecting it can cause a lot of painful and uncomfortable issues for your furry friends.  

In this blog we have compiled information on how to look after dog, cat and rabbit teeth. To read more click here.

Why You Should Vaccinate Your Pets – 18/01/2024

Vaccinating your pets is something you all need to do! This is important to protect them from fatal and harmful diseases. The last thing we want is for your furry friends to fall ill! 

We have compiled a list of some of the most important illnesses to get your pets vaccinated against. To read more about this please click here.

Your Pets at Christmas – 14/12/2023 

Whilst Christmas is one of the most wonderful times of the year with lots of family time, parties and plenty of yummy food – it can be one of the most stressful times for our furry friends!

We have put together a list of hazards for you to watch out for with your pets, and also a guide on how to keep them calm during all your festive socialising! To read more click here.

Cat Behaviour: The Benefits of Enrichment – 29/11/2023

Cats are creatures of habit – most don’t stray too far from their own territories and homes. When they then come into the cattery environment, it can feel quite daunting and unpredictable to our little kitty friends.

In order to help them relax and to give them an element of security and control, we provide them with different types of environmental enrichment. To read more click here.

The Importance of Rabbit Teeth – 08/11/2023

Rabbit’s are known for their sweet little chewing and whilst it may look cute, it also serves a very important purpose.

This blog entry is all about rabbit’s teeth, why this chewing is so important and how you can help keep your bunnies teeth nice and healthy. To read more click here.

The Traffic Light System – 25/10/2023

The traffic light system protects staff, volunteers and visitors.  It is also key for the welfare of the animals in our care. Within the first few days of intake the staff can process the information from previous owners, behavioural observations and a medical assessment. This information combined can allow experienced kennel staff and our onsite behaviour team to compose a behaviour and welfare plan tailored to the individual. This creates predictability and offers consistency thereby encouraging a feeling of safety for the animals at the start of their journey with us. To read more click here!

Fireworks Night – 12/10/2023

Many of our animals hate fireworks. Loud bangs and flashing lights can have them frozen with fear or panicking and jumping around in fright. It’s stressful for both the animal and pet owner alike. No-one likes to see a loved one in distress!

With November 5th nearly upon us, we have put together some tips and advice on how to keep your pets safe and calm during fireworks nights. To read more click here!

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