Animal Welfare

  • Cats Protection

    Cats Protection

    Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity. Over the past five years we have helped around one million cats through our network of 260 volunteer-run branches, 29 adoption centres and one homing centre. Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.

  • Charities @ Work

    Charities @ Work

    Working together for all our futures. Charities @ Work is a group of five national charities representing a cross section of the major concerns which affect our daily lives, one of which is RSPB.

  • Charities For CHANGE

    Charities For CHANGE

    Charities for CHANGE offers you the chance to support five fantastic charities with a single monthly gift.Charities for CHANGE is a unique group of charities, united in our mission to achieve positive change in the world. Charities for Change includes RSPCA.

  • Dogs Trust

    Dogs Trust

    Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and we will never put a healthy dog to sleep. Last year we cared for nearly 17,000 lost and abandoned dogs through our network of 21 rehoming centres. Each gift we receive means so much to us and with your regular donations we are able to plan for the future and give our dogs the very best care possible.

  • International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)

    IFAW

    As one of the world’s leading animal welfare organizations, IFAW has offices in the UK and 14 other countries and carries out its animal welfare work in more than 40.  IFAW focuses its campaigns on improving the welfare of wild and domestic animals by reducing the commercial exploitation of animals and protecting wildlife habitats, working both on the ground and in the halls of government to save lives and prevent cruelty to wild and domestic animals.

  • PDSA

    PDSA

    PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity, which provides free veterinary treatment to sick and injured pets of people in need through a network of 47 PetAid hospitals and over 343 private practices. Every working day, PDSA treats more than 4,650 sick and injured pets. This is funded entirely by public support, mainly through donations, trading and gifts in wills.

  • RSPCA

    RSPCA

    The RSPCA's vision is to work for a world in which all humans respect and live in harmony with all other members of the animal kingdom. The RSPCA as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of animals.

  • Scottish SPCA

    SSPCA

    The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Scottish SPCA) is Scotland's animal welfare charity. Our objectives are to prevent cruelty to animals and encourage kindness and humanity in their treatment. As an animal welfare charity, we receive no government or lottery funding and rely on public donations to continue our vital work rescuing and rehoming Scotland's abandoned, neglected and defenceless animals.

  • Together for Animals

    ASSISI

    Why support one animal charity when you can help FIVE? Together for Animals brings together five charities, all working to ease the suffering of thousands of animals in the UK and overseas. Each donation will be split between Blue Cross, World Horse Welfare, the Animal Health Trust, SPANA and the Mayhew Animal Home.

  • WSPA

    WSPA

    WSPA has been promoting animal welfare for more than 25 years. Our work is concentrated in regions of the world where few, if any, measures exist to protect animals. WSPA’s work is focused on four priority animal welfare areas: Companion animals – responsible pet ownership, humane stray management and cruelty prevention. Commercial exploitation of wildlife – intensive farming and the cruel management and killing of wild animals for food or by-products. Farm animals – intensive farming, long distance transport and slaughter of animals for food. Disaster management – providing care to animals suffering as a result of man-made or natural disasters, and thereby protecting people’s livelihoods.

  • WWF

    WWF

    WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. We do this by conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

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