South Wales Animal Rescue

All of our animals were once beloved pets and for one reason or another they have ended up in need of our help. We are funded entirely from donations from volunteers and supporters and desperately need your help. Please click the links below if you would like to be a part. No donation is too large or too small so get clicking!


Help save our animals

Help save our animals

 

South Wales Animal Rescue

We are currently running off phones and placements with foster homes and other rescue placements but our volunteers are still working as hard as possible for any unwanted, neglected or abandoned animals, the website is out of date but be patcient and we will update asap.  Our volunteers are looking for a new base.

 

South Wales Animal Rescue is re-homing animals in South Wales covering everywhere from Cardiff, Swansea to Llanelli. Run by dedicated volunteers. South Wales Animal Rescue have rabbits, dogs, cats and other animals on the lists looking for lifetime owners.

South Wales Animal RescueAnimals from all backgrounds need our help. Some become too much of a handful, some owners relocate to warmer climates while some unfortunately pass away leaving their beloved pets behind. South Wales find placements for them. Arrange  food, shelter and a thorough check up before they go to  potential loving homes.

Unfortunately all of this costs money,  non-profit organisation, volunteers are having to pick up much of the slack. With your help we can continue providing an excellent service to these adorable creatures.

You can help by:

  • Adopting one of our animals.
    • By taking an animal on board you would be taking a huge responsibility. Give us a call or browse the animal pages for more information. We will offer you all the advice you need to pick out the animal who will be your perfect companion. There is a minimum donation on all adoptions and potential owners will undergo a screening process to ensure you know what you're getting yourself in for with a playful puppy or your home and garden are safe enough for an acrobatic cat.
  • Donations
    • None of our volunteers take a wage, all moneys raised goes directly towards food and vets bills, all donations are therefore welcome no matter how large or small. If you can donate £100 per month or your spare coppers, it all helps to find spaces for the animals.
  • Volunteer
    • the volunteers raise funds to place animals, sometimes they need vet treatment or vaccinations or neutering before a rescue space can be found so any help in this field is always appreciated