Cheltenham Animal Shelter
Since 1926, Cheltenham Animal Shelter has been a cornerstone of animal welfare in Gloucestershire, dedicated to rescuing and rehoming unwanted and abandoned stray cats, dogs, and small animals, including rabbits, gerbils, and guinea pigs.
The shelter collaborates with Gloucestershire Constabulary to take in rescue dogs and also helps rehome animals from owners who can no longer care for them due to various reasons.
Adhering to the high standards set by the Association of Dogs and Cats Homes, the Shelter ensures each animal is carefully matched with the right home.
Their mission encompasses not only providing shelter for homeless domestic animals but also educating the public on proper animal care through humane education programmes.
Operating without National Lottery or Government funding, Cheltenham Animal Shelter relies on the generosity of its supporters to cover the £1m annual running costs.
Approximately 650 animals pass through their doors each year, all receiving immediate veterinary care thanks to the shelter's on-site veterinary surgery.
This level of care, ensuring homeless animals receive the best possible treatment until they find new loving homes, is sustained by the community's invaluable support.
If you'd like to help us support Cheltenham Animal Shelter, you can select the charity when ordering and we'll donate 10% of the order to their cause.
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