This World Animal Day we need your help!
Together for Animals members work tirelessly to create a world where animals are treated with the love and respect they deserve – whether that’s rescuing an abandoned pet, providing humane equipment to working animals, or providing life-saving care to a sick or injured animal. Animal lovers like you are making this vital work possible. If […]Read More
Saving working animals during the coronavirus crisis
The global pandemic is having a devastating impact on working animals and the communities that depend on them around the world. When strict travel restrictions were put in place, working animals were left in a tragic situation. Many owners lost their livelihoods overnight and became unable to afford to feed or even look after their […]Read More
In January, a concerned member of the public called Together for Animals member Mayhew to help a thin and bedraggled dog who had appeared in their garden. Dora, a four-year-old white and tan terrier, had clearly been living on the streets for some time. She was very underweight and her coat was stained and matted. […]Read More
Foal baby boom – why your support is so vital
Together for Animals member World Horse Welfare has seen foals born at several of its Rescue and Rehoming Centres this summer as a result of pregnant mares coming into the charity’s care as part of large welfare cases. One of the foals at Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre was born to mum Winona in […]Read More
Celebrate your pets on World Animal Day
Celebrated on 4th October – Francis of Assisi feast day, the animals’ patron saint – World Animal Day raises awareness of animal rights issues, animal welfare, and the work charities do to help animals live better lives. Together for Animals members work tirelessly to create a world where animals are treated with the love and […]Read More
Sinbad came into the care of Together for Animals member World Horse Welfare in 2003 at just a year old, severely underweight, and unhandled, alongside several other ponies. He was so weak that he collapsed with exhaustion and was in desperate need of urgent veterinary attention, without which he would not have survived. Thankfully, Thoroughbred […]Read More
Little Lincoln finds a new mum
Little Lincoln arrived at Together for Animals member Blue Cross’ Torbay rehoming centre in May, mid-lockdown, having been found by a walker. The tiny kitten was found tucked inside a box after being abandoned in Dartmoor National Park. Despite being terribly scared and just days old, Lincoln was healthy, clean, and hungry. Lincoln was so […]Read More
Deaf Dalmation Dylan lives life to the full!
Dalmatian puppy Dylan came to Together for Animals member Blue Cross confused, scared and frustrated as nobody knew he was deaf, but they gave him the diagnosis and fresh start he needed… Trapped in a world of silence, the first 11 months of Dylan’s life must have been a bewildering time. Oblivious to the fact […]Read More
As Covid-19 continues to affect us all, our members are still providing urgent, lifesaving care to pets here in the UK and working animals in some of the world’s poorest communities. Spring and Summer 2020 were certainly unlike any we had all experienced before, and throughout the crisis animal welfare has continued to be an […]Read More