CHRISTMAS ADOPTION POLICY

It is our policy not to re-home animals over the festive period. This is not only to ensure that animals are not acquired as Christmas gifts but also because settling into a new home, no matter how wonderful, is a stressful time for a rescue and there are a lot of added hazards in the household over Christmas and the new year in the way visitors, decorations, celebrations and rich food which makes it not an ideal time for your new pet to settle in.
We stop re-homing this year on the 8th of December and renew again on the 2nd of January.
Our kennels are still open as normal for viewing our animals and we will be reserving and taking details for home visits. Rest assured our staff and volunteers will continue to come in as normal over the Christmas and New Year period to ensure our animals are looked after as normal. We hope that you can understand and comply with our policy over this time. Thank you.

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Winter Fayre Raises Over £1000 For Animals

Winter Fayre Raises Over £1000 For Animals

A BIG thank you to everyone who came along to our Winter Fayre last night. To Dot for organising the event, the team at the West Heath Community Centre for their help and support, everyone who donated or baked, manned a stall or turned up and supported the event. We raised just over £1000! Which is fantastic. Well done all involved.
 

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Christmas Shoe Box Gift Appeal

Christmas Shoe Box Gift Appeal

Fill a shoe box with a some Christmas treats for one of our rescued animals and we will distribute them on Christmas morning to make Christmas day special for all of the animals spending the festive season in our care this year. 

PLEASE NOTE  You are welcome to bring your shoe box to the Sanctuary anytime between 9 and 4 but if you wanted to look around whilst you are here you would have to come during our opening hours of 2 til 4pm. Thank you. 

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Big Day For Alfie

Big Day For Alfie

Alfie the pony has had a really big day on Tuesday it was the first time in his life that he has had someone on his back. This is the accumulation of lots of hard work from his carer Val, our volunteers Ruth and Joanne to help him reach this level over many weeks of working with him.

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Charity Shop Now Open

Charity Shop Now Open

Our new charity shop is now OPEN it is still on the Pershore Rd in Cotteridge just a few doors up from our old one. 
Here is a message from our hardworking shop manager Bev 
Thank you to everybody who have dropped off donations to our charity shop and to Wythall Animal Sanctuary,we are so very grateful. We have relocated to our new shop which is a very short walk up towards the island opposite Dominos,and next door to Lloyds chemist,1887 Pershore Road.Our new sign is now up. We would love you to just pop in and see our new premises and bargains,and obviously for a natter,tea/coffee and a few biscuits.
Thank you
Bev and all our hardworking Volunteers

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Kitten abandoned in airtight box!

At around 2.50pm on the 21st of September we had a young male kitten approx 10-12 weeks old left outside our reception door. He was left in a sealed airtight storage container.

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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

Email:
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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.