News

Urgent Appeal for Information

** REWARD NOW £700 **

We are appealing for information about a stray dog found on Rhigos Mountain near Aberdare, on Tuesday afternoon at approximately 1pm. The dog, thought to be a young Mastiff-type breed, was in such an appalling condition that on vet advice, he was put to sleep to end his misery. A reward is being offered of up to £700 for information leading to the identification of the person responsible.

New Fundraising Volunteer Roles

We have three new volunteering opportunities working in our fundraising team.

These roles will report in to our Fundraising Manager and are all based in South Wales. We are looking for the following:

Lead Fundraiser - responsible for generating income through arranging, coordinating and participating in fundraising events and shows.

Static Collections Coordinator - responsible for the income generation through placement, management and promotion of static collection boxes in various locations across the local community.

Look Who's Had Visitors!

Yes, we have some great news to share. The lovely Fudge, who appeared on Animal Rescue Live this week, had a visit from potential adopters Ryan and Alice. This is brilliant news and subject to a successful home check, we can confirm that Fudge has now found her forever home.

Ryan and Alice from Cardiff saw Fudge on #AnimalRescueLive and applied straight away. It’s the perfect match and we are so happy for them all. 

Don’t forget to tune in tonight for the final show – Channel 4 at 8pm.

Fudge Takes Centre Stage

One of our lovely Cocker Spaniel mums tastes the limelight as she appears on Channel 4’s Animal Rescue Live this evening, Tuesday 8th August.

Sat alongside none other than the Supervet himself, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, she features on the show that aims to draw attention to the benefits of adopting a rescue pet.

Adoption Process and Public Opening Times at our Rescue Centre

We have now been in our rescue centre in Llanharan for four months and it has certainly been a steep learning curve for us all. After some teething issues we have reviewed our adoption process and public opening times. Taking into account visitor, staff and volunteer feedback we have some concerns that we are not offering our visitors and potential adopters the best customer experience possible. We also have some concerns about the welfare impact of an "open house" viewing policy on our lovely rescue dogs.
 

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