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Make a Donation

We have been caring for animals for half a century but we wouldn’t exist without our supporters.  
Can you help us to continue our work?

How does your donation help?

  • £5 will help pay for toys and blankets for traumatised dogs, cats, puppies and kittens;
  • £10 will help pay for fresh veg and bedding for our many rabbits and guinea pigs;
  • £15 will  help us to pay for necessary vaccinations for all of our animals;
  • £25  will contribute towards neutering costs (all of our animals are neutered before they are rehomed)

Wythall Animal Rescue respects your privacy and we will not sell your personal data.


Give a one-off donation

A one-off donation is much appreciated and will make a huge difference to us.

We will use it to pay for our daily essentials such as food, cat litter and toys.

Give a regular donation

A regular gift is fantastic because it means we can plan our future and be able to accept animals into our centre which need our help, knowing we have the money we need to care for them.

Our biggest regular cost is vets bills.

As a Friend of Wythall you will receive

  • A Key Ring
  • A Car Sticker
  • Quarterly Newsletters

Sponsorship

Sponsorship is a lovely way to help our long term residents by making a regular donation towards their daily happiness.

You can also sponsor a kennel or cat pen, or a hutch and we will keep you updated on their current occupants.
Your name will be displayed on the kennel/pod/hutch, listed as a sponsor.

As a sponsor you will receive:

  • A Key Ring
  • A Personalised Certificate
  • A Car Sticker
  • Quarterly Newsletters
  • Twice Yearly updates about your sponsorship

Amber's story Why we are a pro neuter charity

UPDATE  6/8/19 She is currently still at the vets, but has now been taken off the drip. She is eating and toileting well, and slowly getting a bit brighter each day.

This beautiful girl is Amber. She is about 7 months old and currently fighting for her life at our vets. She was rescued by two of our animal carers on Sunday evening after we were alerted to her situation. 
She had kittens almost a week ago and we were informed she was in labour for 3 whole days, having had one kitten per day! 
She had been taken to a vet where they had to cut the cords because Amber was not interested or doing anything. 
Why? Read on 

Fund raisers will be attending local carnival

Please support our fundraising stall at this upcoming event.
Taking place in Wythall Park, Silver St, Wythall, B47 6LZ

Wythall Carnival Facebook Page

Looking for a dog?

Looking at our web site you may be forgiven in thinking that we do not have many dogs here. Our rescue kennels always run at maximum capacity and we have a waiting list of dogs needing our help. When a dog comes into our care it has to go through a process.
Looking at our web site you may be forgiven in thinking that we do not have many dogs here. Our rescue kennels always run at maximum capacity and we have a waiting list of dogs needing our help. When a dog comes into our care it has to go through a process. Firstly most coming into our care are not fully vaccinated and have often not been to see a vet recently or treated for worms or fleas. A new dog needs to go into our isolation area whilst it is treated for parasites, vaccinated and usually neutered. Whilst in there they are given an all over health check by our vet and any issues such as dental, skin or mobility problems are addressed. Whilst in there our carers carry out initial behaviour assessments. Once they have passed this process they then move into one of our two re-homing blocks where further behaviour and socilaisation assessments begin. This includes how they are around other dogs, how they react to cats, livestock, strangers/visitors and how they are when walking on and off lead and basic commands. Only when we feel that we have a good overall picture of the dog and viable information that we can pass on to potential new owners and only then will they be put on our web site and given a mention here on our facebook page.
Many dogs are spotted by visitors to our Sanctuary and simply never make it to the web site. Some dogs have bigger issues and the training/socialastion period is taking longer than usual so they can be with us for longer without actually being on the web site. We have a behaviourist who visits to help us address issues before the dog is put up for adoption.
Although we ask people who are surrendering their, or a relatives, dog to fill out a disclaimer form noting as much information as they can all rescue dogs come with baggage! Some people are not entirely truthful with what they tell us and in some cases - such as when an owner has passed away - no information is known. We put on our sleuthing hats and see what we can find out from vets and via microchips BUT the only information that we can truthfully give you is what we have experienced here first hand with the dog. This is why we take great care over the assessment period.
If you are currently looking for a rescue dog it is always worth visiting the Sanctuary you may see the ideal dog that is still under assessment
 
 
 
 

Opening Hours:

Animal visiting hours are:
Monday - Sunday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Closed Tuesdays

The office telephone lines are open every day:
9.00am – 4.45pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year's Day

Telephone:
01564 823288

Address:

Wythall Animal Rescue
Long View, Middle Lane, Kings Norton
Birmingham.
B38 0DU

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Thank you so much!
We would like to thank our Patron Tony Iommi for
supporting our charity, it means a lot to us.