Coronavirus update

We continue to be in a very difficult and worrying time, and we appreciate your patience and understanding whilst we keep our centre open to visitors, strictly by appointment only. Visitor numbers are controlled to enable us to maintain social distancing, to protect our staff, volunteers and visitors, whilst continuing to provide essential services for our four council partners and the pets in our care.

We are pleased to be able to continue safely rehoming some of our pets, by appointment only. You can still register your interest in adopting a pet from us by completing our online form. We are also trying to keep our charity shops open, with additional precautions.

If you need to relinquish a pet, please do get in touch. Even if we can’t accommodate a pet straight away, we can still provide advice.

The charity continues to keep its on-site veterinary centre open during the pandemic, whilst maintaining government guidelines. We have been able to continue providing a high level of veterinary care for all our animals, including operations, vaccinations, flea and worm treatments and even nail trims, to ensure that the pets in our care are happy, healthy and comfortable during their stay at Stray Aid.

How you can help

Due to a catastrophic loss of income over the past months, we are more dependent on donations than ever before. We have recently invested in a marquee outside the rehoming centre to allow a prospective new owner to meet their Stray Aid dog under cover from the worst of the winter weather, whilst following best practise and current government guidelines.

If you can, please make a donation to Stray Aid today. Any amount will help make a difference, ensuring vulnerable pets keep on getting the love and care they deserve.

Your support now, more than ever, is crucial in helping us continue our vital work. Please make a donation today to ensure homeless pets keep on getting the love and care they need.