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In 2018 we rehomed 79 of each. a record for the cats. Thank you to the adopters, volunteers and supporters.

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Help us replace our van

Posted on Feb 7, 2019 in News

Our van needs replacing very soon. We estimate it will cost about £14,000. We need the van to take our animals to the vets. If you can help us, you can use the donate now button on the home page. or by this link https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/westmorlandrspcaVAN     You can also help with regular payments through our go cardless portal. Please let the office know if you want to sign...

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Update on Winnie

Posted on Dec 11, 2018 in News

Winnie is now well enough to be back at the kennels. As the skin has started to heal the skin has contracted back, so the coverage has not been the full 100%. Due to the complexity of the operation, this was anticipated as a possible outcome. Thankfully the operation has improved the coverage by about 66% and importantly has incorporated some elements of her lip, which was one of the important things for her future care. At the moment she needs daily care to keep the wound as clean as possible during her recovery. She is still as vigorous with her love of life and has been amazing with her robust and care free approach to all the treatments, handling and cleaning she has to go through. A little star winning the hearts of all who have contributed to her improvement. Thank you to the team at Oakhill Vets for the progress that has been made. Thank you to all our supporters who have made this possible for...

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Max – Siberian husky

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Help Feed Our Animals

We accept animals into our care for a wide variety of reasons, so whilst they are with us and before they are rehomed, it’s important that they settle into a regime of eating healthy, nutritious food. You can appreciate that with so many dogs to feed, we’re only too happy to ask for all the help we can get.

From as little as £1 a day, could YOU spare a little cash to ensure that our dogs have enough good food on their journey to recovery?