We’re supposed to be a county of pet lovers and in most cases our cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs are loved and respected family members. Unfortunately, things sometimes go wrong. That’s when our seven-day-a-week pet rescue service (including exotic pet rescue) goes into action...
Many demands for pet rescue
Sometimes an unfortunate change in circumstances, a move to accommodation where pets aren’t allowed, or a divorce throws pets’ lives into crisis. Then there are accidents, where pets escape onto busy roads or they’re attacked by wild animals. And sadly, there are too many cases where human neglect or cruelty turns innocent pets’ lives into misery.
Sadly, there’s little we haven’t seen since beginning pet rescue in 2002. Over the years, our intervention has improved the lives of many North Devon pets. We often benefit humans too, such as when elderly owners can’t care for their pets any more. When this happens, it’s rewarding to reassure someone that their beloved animal has a loving new home. Moments like that are priceless.
Our pet rescue work needs your support
Whether we’re dealing with cruelty or helping pet owners with vet fees they simply can’t afford, we continually need funds and practical support from people like you. From our ambulance driver to our special care unit volunteers, none of the NDAA team is paid a salary (not a claim that everyone in pet rescue in the UK can make).
Contact us now
Please read on to learn more about our work. Ff you think you could help with our pet rescue work, please contact us.
You can help us in several ways:
- Report injured, mistreated or abandoned pets
- Donate: we always need funds
- Volunteer at our pet rescue centres
- Help with fundraising
- Join our team
- Help in our charity shops
- Provide a home for a rescued pet
- Remember us in your will