Roundshaw area - Have you seen me?
Last seen early Saturday morning (27/06/2020) in the Roundshaw area.
Lancastrian rd/Hunter Close/Ensign Way/Mollison Drive.
If you know him, you'll know it's out of character not to be around. His mum is beside herself. He's also an ex WAR cat. He may have got into a van so could also be in Waddon area. Please check your sheds and let's get this boy home.
Please share and contact us at Wallington Animal Rescue if you've seen him. He is microchipped.
After the release of Brian the Buzzard the other week, we're delighted to show you the follow up of the Gosling rescue immediately afterwards.
Working in conjunction with the amazing Liz Kane and our friend's at Wildlife Aid, this is the story of that rescue. Baldy is looking good and he stayed dry!
A huge shoutout and thank you to Wildlife Aid Foundation for their ongoing support and for the unconditional love and care they give to the animals they rescue.
Much love from one rescue, to another!
You find out more about the many wonderful rescues we've worked with over the years at our Request Assistance page.
COVID-19 Update (June 2020)
Hi everybody! It's time for a monthly Team WAR update!
We've been very busy during these tricky times caring for the rescue animals in WAR (with assistance from our wonderful fosterers!), as well as still taking call-outs for animals in distress or need of rescue and hand-rearing lots and lots of kittens.
It's been difficult, but everyone in the team is ploughing through at the best of our abilities, all in the name of making sure our animals are happy and healthy!
Let's begin the monthly updates...
Adoption Application Suspension
With immediate effect, as of 6th June 2020, we will be suspending all adoption applications until a later date.
During COVID, we received over 150 applications since the 1st May alone, that's without applications prior to that. Whilst this is amazing that so many people are interested in becoming a new potential, loving owner for our rescue animals, it has been extremely difficult to move forward on these applications due to health and safety risks.
We've been unable to carry out home checks safely in the current climate, which is an essential part of ensuring the animals go to the very best suited families. We wouldn't want to put any applicants or our team at any risk, so it was a difficult decision that had to be made...
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